Letter: A false climate change dichotomy
Would you prefer heavy-handed government regulations or a revenue-neutral market-based approach that lets the market respond to a steadily increasing price on carbon, and returns equal shares of the revenue to each person so they can afford adjustments...

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FDA reconsiders added sugar label for maple syrup, honey
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration reconsiders its plan to label pure maple syrup and honey as containing added sugars
Idaho family sues US after child sprayed by cyanide trap
U.S. officials have said the cyanide trap was placed in error.
EU to tax Harleys, bourbon and other US goods
The spat comes amid a wider push by the Trump administration to hit other countries with tariffs.
Washington spreads money for clean manure projects
Washington spreads money for clean manure projects
Washington Conservation Commission awards manure grants
Idaho Milk Products to expand Jerome facility
Idaho Milk Products to expand Jerome facility
The $26 million expansion will accommodate an additional 1 million pounds of milk per day.
Research identifies mastitis-prone cows
Research identifies mastitis-prone cows
Metabolites in the blood can identify cows that begin milk production early and are prone to mastitis, according to an Oregon State University researcher.
Cattle analyst expects decent market conditions despite volatility
Cattle analyst expects decent market conditions despite volatility
Strong demand is taking a bite out of the higher beef supply.
Scenic designation for Nehalem River raises concerns
Scenic designation for Nehalem River raises concerns
Restrictions associated with a potential “scenic” designation for 17.5 miles of the Nehalem river could impact forestry and agriculture.
Contempt sought for ex-employee in trade secrets dispute
Contempt sought for ex-employee in trade secrets dispute
Omnigen Research, which produces livestock nutrition additives, wants a former employee cited for contempt of court in a trade secrets lawsuit.
Washington cherry harvest off to good start
Washington cherry harvest off to good start
Dodging a few rain showers and with good quality, strong prices and apparent adequate numbers of pickers — Washington cherry harvest is off to a pleasant start.

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Heavy rain along Rocky Mountain Front leads to flooding
The Red Cross planned to open a shelter for people affected by the flooding.
Idaho family sues US after child sprayed by cyanide trap
U.S. officials have said the cyanide trap was placed in error.
Washington spreads money for clean manure projects
Research identifies mastitis-prone cows
Cattle analyst expects decent market conditions despite volatility

Nation/World

Selected Western livestock prices
Auction reports from around the West.
Fed chair signals gradual rate hikes in tame inflation era
Low unemployment historically has pushed up inflation as companies raise prices so they can pay more to keep workers.
Heavy rain along Rocky Mountain Front leads to flooding
FDA reconsiders added sugar label for maple syrup, honey
Idaho family sues US after child sprayed by cyanide trap

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Selected Western livestock prices
Auction reports from around the West.
Fed chair signals gradual rate hikes in tame inflation era
Low unemployment historically has pushed up inflation as companies raise prices so they can pay more to keep workers.
Heavy rain along Rocky Mountain Front leads to flooding
FDA reconsiders added sugar label for maple syrup, honey
Idaho family sues US after child sprayed by cyanide trap

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Letter: A false climate change dichotomy
Would you prefer heavy-handed government regulations or a revenue-neutral market-based approach that lets the market respond to a steadily increasing...
Column: Oregon OSHA focusing on heat safety
Farms and ranches with employees working in hot conditions need a safety plan in place.
Letter: Organization wants to change dairy industry
Editorial: Solar power, honeybees and saving farmland
Editorial: Statewide officials, statewide perspective

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