Line on Agriculture
Fruit Grower Report
The Agribusiness Update
Oregon Wine Reopens Pt 3
Oregon Wine Reopens Pt 2
NCBA: New CFAP Details “One More Step, But Much More Needs to Be Done to Help Family-Owned Cow-Calf and Stocker Operations”
The Agribusiness UpdateU.S. Pork posts the best ever July exports, and African Swine Fever found in several Philippine pig herds.
The Agribusiness UpdateCrop production and WASDE reports out with few revisions, and Chase and other banks getting out of agriculture lending.
The Agribusiness UpdateU.S. and Japan agree to eliminate Japan's longstanding restrictions on U.S. beef, and USDA working on plan to test pigs in the even African Swine Fever is found in U.S.
The Agribusiness UpdateRumors about imminent trade deal with China, and hog production down in China due to African Swine Fever.
The Agribusiness UpdateDrought conditions push cattlemen to culling herds and dipping into hay supplies early, and Canadian officials argue over denial of dairy tariffs and need to end supply management.
The Agribusiness UpdateCryptocurrencies used for first time shipping food commodities, and Supreme Court rules on WOTUS challenge venues.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWright Way Angus services help other ranchers gain economic success within the Angus and commercial cattle business.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportAttendees at this year's Shepherd's Extravaganza will get to see the ancient art of waulking wool.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportShepherds' Extravaganza showcases local and national sheep breeders, wool growers and craft vendors.
Food ForethoughtThe subject of horse slaughter in the United States is an emotional one to say the least.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThis year the Shepherds' Extravaganza is highlighting the ancient art of "waulking wool" .
Line on AgricultureToday we wrap up our look at using herds to rejuvenate the land.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportEvery year the Shepherds' Extravaganza showcases local and national sheep breeders, wool growers and craft vendors.
Line on AgricultureMore today with Allan Savory on desertification.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWSPC seeking to fill one at-large commissioner position, and USDA Chief Economist talks about many changes the drought will bring.
Food ForethoughtThe Halloween holiday has more of horticulture than horror about it than many people today realize.