California Tree Nut Report
Idaho Ag Today
Drones and Farmers
NCBA Working to Keep Beef Moving
Canada Passes USMCA and USDA on ASF Prevention
David Sparks Ph.D.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportAg Secretary Sonny Perdue hails work everyone along the supply chain does in getting food to America.
Fruit Grower ReportWashington State Tree Fruit Association President Jon Devaney talks about the good and the bad for agriculture in this year's legislative session.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportPotato Variety Management Institute is always looking to develop the next great variety!
Farm and Ranch ReportNew Pork Processing Rules
The Agribusiness UpdatePhase-One of the trade deal with China could spell a slowdown for Brazil's soybean boom, and U.S. beef opportunities expected to grow in China.
Market LinePea markets stifled by lack of processing capacity in North America.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportResearchers at Oregon State University are putting unused whey from creameries to good use in the making of vodka.
Fruit Grower ReportFDA announces changes to the Food Safety Modernization Act that include not holding growers and producers of wine grapes, hops, pulse crops, and almonds to the same standards as other eat-now fruits and vegetables.
The Agribusiness UpdateEconomist says China just wants to survive Trump, and UC Davis study see nutritional benefits adding broccoli byproducts to chicken feed.
The Agribusiness UpdateDairy inventory up at year-end instead of the normal shortage, and American cattlemen are producing more Prime beef than ever.
Land & Livestock ReportUSDA to Conduct Annual Potato Processing Survey
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportStudy at Oregon State University uses new "whey" to make vodka.
Fruit Grower ReportFarmers, America's True Environmentalists.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportPotato Growers that rely on the Odessa aquifer may be running out of water.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportPotato growers that rely on the Odessa aquifer may be running out of water.
Fruit Grower ReportNorthwest berry growers worry about trade pacts.
Fruit Grower ReportOrganic apple acreage in Washington climbs 37% in 2017 and expected up another 16 % this year.