Line on Agriculture
Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Committed to Collaboration
Quality, Food Safety of American Pistachios Pushes Back on Competition
New Red Kiwifruit in California and Derecho Damage Drone Assessment
Fruit Grower ReportAs tree fruit harvest ramps up, tree fruit growers want you to know they're taking the health and safety of their workers very seriously.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWashington Farm Bureau Director of Safety and Claims, Richard Clyne talks about what farmers are doing to keep their workforce healthy and safe.
Fruit Grower ReportNorthwest Horticultural Council president Mark Powers talks about the challenges the tree fruit industry is navigating as they try and keep employees healthy.
Farm and Ranch ReportEmployers Being Cautious
The Agribusiness UpdateU.S. potato exports higher in the first quarter of the 2019-2020 marketing year.
The Agribusiness UpdateEverything's better with bacon as witnessed by the record level of U.S. pork bellies in storage, and Syngenta recognized at top ag employer.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThe move to charge H-2A employers twice for the program fails to make it through a bill in Olympia.
Fruit Grower ReportHouse pulls additional H-2A fees from Senate bill.
Fruit Grower ReportA Senate bill has moved to the House that would add even more fees for the farmers who hire H-2A foreign guest workers.
Fruit Grower ReportWashington Tree Fruit Association President Jon Devaney talks about the Senate Bill that would boost the fees for hiring H-2A foreign guest workers.