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Fruit Grower ReportThere are some potential changes going on in the world of ag labor this year and next, including the new overtime laws, that are going to challenge all farmers.
The Agribusiness UpdateThe U.S. Supreme Court has upheld California’s Proposition 12, and Ford CEO announces Ford will keep AM radio in their newly manufactured vehicles in 2024.
Fruit Grower ReportNorthwest pears are delicious, healthy treats that could be more ready-to-eat if Ethylene conditioning becomes a more common practice.
Fruit Grower ReportThe Washington State Tree Fruit Association has donated air purifiers for Yakima Valley farmworker housing to help protect workers from the spread of airborne illness.
Fruit Grower ReportAir purifiers have been donated for Yakima Valley farmworker housing by the Washington State Tree Fruit Association.
The Agribusiness UpdateSolicitor General filed brief to the Supreme Court supporting challenge to California's Prop 12, and ag groups disappointed in SCOTUS denying consideration of glyphosate case.
The Agribusiness UpdateCalifornia's Proposition 12 housing requirements don't apply to 4-H programs and exhibitions, and Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack says he's ready to get started on next Farm Bill.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportIowa Senator Chuck Grassley shares his thoughts on the Supreme Court potentially taking up California's Prop 12 in the new year.
Fruit Grower ReportWAFLA Executive Director Dan Fazio shares his relief after state revises farmworker housing regulations.
Fruit Grower ReportGovernor Jay Inslee says agworkers will still follow COVID emergency rules until further notice.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportGovernor Jay Inslee denies request from Washington Farm Bureau and WAFLA to repeal emergency rules for ag workers.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThe Washington Farm Bureau and WAFLA joined forces in a request to Governor Inslee asking for a repeal of emergency restrictions on farmworker housing.
Fruit Grower ReportWashington Farm Bureau CEO John Stuhlmiller talks about a recent judge's ruling that walks back some "unworkable" emergency farmworker housing rules set by the state.