Colorado Ag Today
Fruit Grower Report
Land & Livestock Report
Almond Food Safety is Big Priority
September Beef Export Volume Steady with 2018; Pork Exports Higher Year-over-Year but Down from Summer Pace
AgrAbility Helps Ag Workers with Disabilities
Fruit Grower ReportUSA Pears has been awarderd $1,540,830 in the second round of the Agricultural Trade Program funding.
The Agribusiness UpdateThe USDA funding socially disadvantaged veteran farmers, and Dept. of Labor proposes improvements to H-2A program.
Fruit Grower ReportThe Washington State Tree Fruit Association's 26th Annual Golf Tournament is scheduled for August 6th with funds going to tree fruit scholarships.
Fruit Grower ReportWashington state wine research just got a big shot in the arm with funding jumping nearly 300%.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportBureau of Reclamation commits to ensuring water for farms and communities in Odessa Subarea.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportHouse passes bill that would allow for the shutting down of the Livestock Branding and Inspection Program if it keeps losing money.
Fruit Grower ReportWashington's wine industry could soon have its own specialty license plate.
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.
Fruit Grower ReportA Senate bill looks to raise additional fees for ag employers who hire H-2A foreign guestworkers.
Land & Livestock ReportAppropriations Letter Shows Support for Wildlife Services
The Agribusiness UpdateUSDA says monthly crop supply and demand report will be out February 8th, and now that government employees are back to work USDA says dairy is a priority.
Fruit Grower ReportWashington Wine Grower Association scholarships for college students studying viticulture and enology, or wine related courses.
Fruit Grower ReportWine Research Review coming to Clore Center once again January 16th & 17th.