Line on Agriculture
Farm of the Future
California Tree Nut Report
Farm Bureau Establishes 2021 Policies
NILE Foundation Continues Awarding Scholarships to Youth in Agriculture
New Ag Technologies Try Crowdfunding
The Agribusiness UpdateTheft of industrial hemp becomes a problem growers chuckle over, and the U.S. and Japan are talking trade.
Land & Livestock ReportAg Trade Secrets at Risk
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportAnimal Activists trespass to take or film farm animals.
Northwest ReportFarm commodities seems to be the next target for thieves...and Oregon is trying to keep the public and farmers educated on spraying pesticides.
Land & Livestock ReportSupply and demand is driving cattle prices to historic highs this summer, which gives cattle thieves a bigger economic incentive to commit a crime.
Line on AgricultureToday we take a look at our second part of our talk with Jack Field on cattle rustling.
Line on AgricultureThieves will have another thing to contend with when it comes to selling stolen scrap metal.
Northwest ReportOne Senator takes a stand on the Senate floor for native Women...your trucks tailgate may just be a new target...and Lacy reminisces about Main Street.
The Agribusiness UpdateAgribusiness Update for Wednesday 2/13/13
Food ForethoughtFarmers and ranchers find themselves not only have to combat the weather and government regulations, but thieves as well.
Line on AgricultureFarmers and ranchers spend a lot of time working to make ends meet and sometimes the last thing they need to do is be on the lookout for the fraudulent business practices of others.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThe last thing a farmer wants to deal with is having to wrangle money out of an agricultural dealer they've sold product to.
Line on AgricultureRanchers are keeping an eye out this time of year for a crime that has been around since the days of the old west.
Line on AgricultureToday we wrap up our series on cattle rustling.
Line on AgricultureToday is part 2 of our discussion of cattle rustling.
Northwest ReportMore and more reports show that cattle rustling is on the rise...more today on the hot topic of horse slaughter and Lacy discusses the gift giving season.
Northwest ReportMore tainted foods have been found...it seems thieves are becoming much more brazen and Lacy looks at the Ohio livestock situation.
Northwest ReportThe Renewable Fuels Association is taking their message to Sturgis...a freak accident has killed a horse trainer and copper thieves have Lacy's dander up.
From The EditorScrap metal theft, especially that of copper, seems to be on the rise costing the victims of the thefts far more than the actual worth of the copper that is stolen.
Line on AgricultureA crime that has been around since the days of the old west has evolved with modern technology, and that has ranchers in Oregon concerned.