California Ag Today
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Fruit Grower ReportNorthwest Horticultural Council president Mark Powers says our tree fruit industry is facing many challenges in this coronavirus climate, but isn't backing down.
Market LineBetter news for producers going home on Friday. China announced purchases of U.S. corn, hard red winter wheat, pork, and sorghum.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportTransportation and the infrastructure that allows the transportation of ag products is the focus of a study at Washington State University.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWSU study looks at the impact of the nation's transportation system on agriculture.
Farm and Ranch ReportNew Electronic Logging Device Regulation
Colorado Ag TodayColorado's State Highway Freight plan says agriculture is a key freight industry in Colorado
Fruit Grower ReportPort of Quincy proposed as Intermodal Port to Seattle for Eastern Washington.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportNorthwest growers sent scrambling for options after shipping giant Hanjin files for bankruptcy. Pt 2
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportPart 1 - Northwest growers are sent scrambling for shipping alternatives after shipping giant Hanjin files for bankruptcy.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThe marijuana industry is trying respond to recent recalls...and moving ag products to port may be getting easier in the state.
Northwest ReportThe subject of moving freight is topic of a seminar in Spokane...and the Forests are getting bit of a boost.
Northwest ReportVery few salmon returned from the Pacific to Idaho but that's not endangering the species...and Congress is acting to help save rail.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportFreight rail congestion impacting the shipment of goods nationwide and forcing some state ag shippers out of business.
Line on AgricultureFortune Magazine is currently featuring an article about how excessive shipping costs charged by the freight rail industry are hurting farmers and export growth here in the U.S.