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Colorado Company converts shredded trees to carbon product
Biochar Now products have won the acclaim of producers of specialty crops such as berries, vegetables, grapes and citrus.

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California shell egg price report
Demand is moderate to good while some distributors secure shell eggs in advance of the upcoming 4th of July holiday.
Fluid milk and cream review – West
Some impacts of the cold, wet winter may have lingered through the remainder of cow lactations, but warmer weather is helping milk production recover.
Western hay price report
Exporters remain very aggressive for new crop Timothy in the Columbia Basin.
Total solar eclipse casts spotlight on rural Oregon town
Madras is predicted to be among the country’s best viewing spots because of its clear, high-desert skies.
Idaho county passes Emergency Declaration ahead of eclipse
County commissioners passed the declaration so they could ask the state for assistance in case more resources are need.
Kids today: They don’t work summer jobs the way they used to
For many, not working is a choice. For some others, it reflects a lack of opportunities where they live.
In major blow to Brazil, US suspends meat product imports
The decision came three months after a major scandal into allegations of bribed meat inspectors shook Brazil’s meat industry.
Idaho Wheat Commission budget includes $210,000 for falling number research
Idaho Wheat Commission budget includes $210,000 for falling number research
The Idaho Wheat Commission’s fiscal year 2018 budget includes $210,000 for five research projects aimed at helping solve the low falling number issue in wheat. At $3.18 million, the 2018 budget is down 6 percent from the current budget.
Study links legalized pot with increase in car crash claims.
Insurance companies found several possible factors at play in the spike including distracted driving through texting or cellphone use, road construction and marijuana use.
Lawsuit seeks reassessment of predator control program
The suit says new studies have questioned whether killing predators protects livestock.