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Southeast Regional Ag NewsCan agriculture help struggling military veterans? Jon Jackson thinks so.
Southeast Regional Ag NewsFlorida Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried has named Staff Sargent Dustin Grooms as the Veteran of the month.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportRepresentative Dan Newhouse talks about the DACA fix they hope to complete by year's end.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportGrowing drone use in agriculture prompts WSU workshop on the expanding technology.
Land & Livestock ReportAmerican Wool Council's Military Wool Tour
Fruit Grower ReportOne man journey from a veteran of the Middle East to a winemaker.
Northwest ReportA new program wants to help veterans get into ag jobs...and Idaho kills wolves.
Northwest ReportThe sage grouse may just bring down the U.S. military...officials are trying to put an end to the massive honeybee die off.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThe Veterans On the Farm program helps veterans get back in touch with the earth.
Land & Livestock ReportI always enjoy bringing light and attention to amazing organizations that ag folks are involved in.
Food ForethoughtVeterans know how to commit to a cause, struggle to survive, and overcome great obstacles; all qualities that can be well applied to a career in agriculture.
Land & Livestock ReportOne group is teaming with cowboys to help U.S. military.
Northwest ReportThe farm bill may or may not get extended...one WSU professor is asking questions regarding antibiotics in food animals...and Lacy talks about Hiring Heros.
Food ForethoughtMany ag companies are getting creative when it comes to recruiting professionals to fill available positions.
Food ForethoughtU.S. President is the only person who should have responded to Putin.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWind farm celebrates seven months of operation, and Sentinel Landscapes partnership to be launched in the South Puget Sound region.
Food ForethoughtMemorial Day offers us a chance to remember and reflect.
Line on AgricultureThe world's biggest user of petroleum wants to diversify its fuel options and that's good for national security and the U.S. economy.
Northwest ReportAn accident at the Darigold plant sends 9 to hospital...some politician are trying to cut biofuels for the military and Lacy relaxes on the front porch.
Food ForethoughtToo often, we forget what Memorial Day really means.