Colorado Ag Today
Drone Operators Cautioned to Not Disrupt Low-Flying Ag Aircraft
Gene Editing for Animal Welfare
CFAP2 Opens for Farmers and Drought in Western States
Fruit Grower ReportNew products from Valent offers results you've always expected.
Fruit Grower ReportValent keeps up with the times, bringing more and better products for your input needs to improve the quality and productivity of your crops.
Fruit Grower ReportFinding your favorite or new pear recipes couldn't be easier.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWheat growers can turn to BASF for their fungicide needs.
Fruit Grower ReportPear Bureau Northwest has added a new feature to its website where pear lovers can order recipe ingredients online.
The Agribusiness UpdatePerdue University research could speed up E.coli testing in lettuce and other crops, and GMO labeling law set to begin Jan. 1 of next year.
The Agribusiness UpdateOSU entomologist finds new wasp that could be natural control tool for Brown Marmorated Stink Bug, and USDA proposes National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportPNW Wheat growers get help with stripe rust from Nexicor.
The Agribusiness UpdateFarm Bill headed to full House for debate angers Democrats, and U.S. Beef #1 supplier to South Korea years after Mad Cow ban.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWSDA holds workshops to help Cottage Food Operation applicants.
Food ForethoughtOriginal-flavored Cheerios will soon include a label on boxes stating "Not Made With Genetically Modified Ingredients".
Food ForethoughtReading the ingredient list on food labels can be a challenge for most consumers.
Food ForethoughtLabeling food products as green/good, amber/not real good, or red/bad would result in demonizing foods that have health benefits.
Vine to WineToday we are addressing a question from the email. A listener writes to ask "why are some wines so expensive are the costs of basic ingredients really that far apart?"
Food ForethoughtJust because the label says so does not mean you should trust it. Yes, food labels and manufacturers have been know the stretch the truth pretty thin.