Cattle ranchers press for elimination of the entire Harl Butte wolf pack
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Cattle ranchers press for elimination of the entire Harl Butte wolf pack
The Oregon governor’s natural resources adviser listened to what the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association had to say.

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Thousands turn out to East Idaho eclipse event in volcano amid farm ground
Thousands turn out to East Idaho eclipse event in volcano amid farm ground
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Wildfire burns 5 homes in southwestern Oregon
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Washington Farm Bureau’s D.C. trip cited in pesticide furor
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Cattle ranchers press for elimination of the entire Harl Butte wolf pack
The Oregon governor’s natural resources adviser listened to what the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association had to say.
Water call settlement yields 50,000 acre-feet for recharge
Participants in a 2015 Idaho water call settlement have agreed to donate water to the state for the Snake River Plain’s aquifer recharge.
Eclipse brings crowds to tiny Oregon town
164 years later, this farm is still going strong
Thousands turn out to East Idaho eclipse event in volcano amid farm ground

Nation/World

Wildfire burns 5 homes in southwestern Oregon
Authorities have designated a wildfire burning in Oregon as the top firefighting priority nationwide
After Millions In Damages, Oregon Standoff Defendants Agree To Pay Back $78,000
The Department of Interior estimated its total costs for the occupation exceeded $6 million.
Jury refuses to convict 4 in Nevada ranch standoff retrial
Groups make last-minute push to save national monument areas
Oregon’s governor, state police chief stand up for marijuana

Ag Sectors

Cattle ranchers press for elimination of the entire Harl Butte wolf pack
The Oregon governor’s natural resources adviser listened to what the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association had to say.
Water call settlement yields 50,000 acre-feet for recharge
Participants in a 2015 Idaho water call settlement have agreed to donate water to the state for the Snake River Plain’s aquifer recharge.
Eclipse brings crowds to tiny Oregon town
164 years later, this farm is still going strong
Thousands turn out to East Idaho eclipse event in volcano amid farm ground

Opinion

Why people should avoid GMOs
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Public needs ‘Fresh Look’ at GMO crops
The problem with biosolids
We’re still waiting for those better trade deals

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