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Washington State Farm Bureau ReportAg Secretary Sonny Perdue heaps praise on those at every step along the ag supply chain that move our food from farm to fork.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportAg Secretary Sonny Perdue hails work everyone along the supply chain does in getting food to America.
California Ag TodaySome companies, like Sacramento-based INPUTS, sees the future of ag retail moving online.
Fruit Grower ReportIt's not easy, but if you're not embracing the technology available to agriculture, Chad Colby of Colby AgTech says you'll be left behind.
The Agribusiness UpdateClear up difference between yams and sweet potatoes, and J.R. Simplot acquires Pinnacle Agriculture.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportDon't forget TONIGHT'S public meeting in Okanogan to get feedback on bringing Grizzly Bears to the North Cascades!
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportA series of public meetings to help develop a wolf management plan in Washington state have been canceled due to concerns over safety.
Idaho Ag TodayThe farm economy has been very much of a challenge of late and that may have farmers faced with tough choices with regard to inputs.
The Agribusiness UpdateUSDA looking for input on putting able-bodied adult SNAP recipients back to work, and Syngenta acquires NC-based Farmshots with high-resolution satellite imagery to monitor crop health.
The Agribusiness UpdateAg groups want input when renegotiating NAFTA and the cost of Crop drops
Food ForethoughtLow gas prices can be a double-edged sword for farmers.
Line on AgricultureInput costs are rising and that means a much smaller profit. But what if you can lower those inputs?
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWashington state already has the highest minimum wage in the country, and is set to raise it again.
Line on AgricultureWe take a look into what may be causing food and gas prices to jump!
Line on AgricultureIn general, profits stayed fairly flat for Oregon's farmers and ranchers in 2008, according to newly released statistics on net farm income.