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Fruit Grower ReportJust what does the new trade deal with Japan mean for our tree fruit growers? Northwest Cherry Growers president BJ Thurlby gives his take.
Fruit Grower ReportViet Nam has become a new, exciting market for Northwest blueberries.
Fruit Grower ReportDead Crow may be an unusual name for a wine label, but that does not translate to the taste.
The Agribusiness UpdateChina looks to other sources of protein as African Swine Fever decimates hog herds, and Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue applauds Trump Administration's disaster aid package.
The Agribusiness UpdateNorthwest ag exports to China are down, and the Forbes AgTech Summit is coming up in California.
The Agribusiness UpdateThe USMCA is not perfect but an overall win for U.S. Ag, and Bayer's largest shareholder not supportive of management.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportGeorge DeRuyter and Sons Dairy in Central Washington will soon be producing natural gas from cow manure.
Fruit Grower ReportBend, Oregon-based Northwest Beneficials helps Northwest Orchardist battle aphids with ladybugs.
Fruit Grower ReportCass Gebbers talks with House Ways and Means subcommittee on trade about the tariffs that are making it hard for growers to compete.
Fruit Grower ReportNorthwest cherry growers are testing out the feasibility of shipping cherries to Asia from 747's out of Grant County International Airport.
Fruit Grower ReportNorthwest cherry growers using charted 747s out of Moses Lake to get their fruit to markets in Asia.
Fruit Grower ReportCosmic Crisp apples exceeding all expectations as release draws closer.
Fruit Grower ReportNorthwest Cherry Outlook very good, but not quite up to last year's record standard.
Farm and Ranch ReportNew Electronic Logging Device Regulation
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportRepresentative Dan Newhouse joins Congressional Republicans in signing a letter to President Trump over concerns about his steel and aluminum import tariffs.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportRepresentative Dan Newhouse joins other Republicans in sending a letter to the President about his steel and aluminum import tariffs.