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The Agribusiness UpdateSoutheast Asia is looking to be promising market for U.S. red meat producers, and China continues buying U.S. pork.
The Agribusiness UpdateAmerican Farm Bureau is praising deal reached with EU for U.S. beef exports, and Congress is on recess with USMCA hanging over their heads.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportAg Labor bill doesn't have the votes before recess and will have to wait until September.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportU.S. Representative Dan Newhouse talks about the likelihood of getting a new Farm Bill done before September deadline.
Northwest ReportGet ready for higher gas prices...and after the recess expect more congressional work on water issues.
Food ForethoughtMembers of Congress are on August recess while the current farm bill expires in a month.
Line on AgricultureA campaign by Farm Bureau is hoping to move members of Congress to action during the August recess.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWashington farmers and ranchers are some of the most productive in the world.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportAg producers are hoping that legislators don't go after tax breaks.
Food ForethoughtCongress is back from their summer recess this week and will be returning to the same stack of issues, but hopefully with a different attitude.
Line on AgricultureMembers of Congress are heading back home to campaign, but many constituents may not be happy with how much work they left undone.
Northwest ReportSo, the recession is over...right.....The NRCS rolls out a sage grouse initiative and Lacy takes a look at the case of bigger isn't really better.
Northwest ReportThe recession may have been worse than originally thought and farmers may see a benefit to Obama's fuels standard.
Line on AgricultureThe harvest season is still several weeks away, but a new survey shows that Oregon's Christmas tree industry remains number one in US production.