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Japan resumes U.S. wheat tenders
Japan resumes U.S. wheat tenders
The restrictions were imposed after 22 genetically engineered wheat plants were found in a fallow field in Washington.

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National wool and sheep report
Slaughter lambs were mostly steady; instances $10-15 higher.
Western hay price report
All grades of export and domestic Alfalfa steady in the Columbia Basin.
West Coast grain market report
Portland in unit trains or barges during August for ordinary protein trended 30 to 32.75 cents per bushel lower compared to week ago prices for the same delivery period at $4.75-4.8125.
California shell egg report
Asking prices for next week are unchanged on all sizes.
National feeder and stocker cattle report
With grain harvest just around the corner and the onset of the fall run, buyers were eager to get cattle bought at current values.
Selected Western livestock auctions
Trade active with good demand at the Toppenish, Wash., Livestock Auction.
Christmas tree production down as market stabilizes
Christmas tree production down as market stabilizes
Oregon's Christmas tree sales dropped dramatically over the past five years, according to NASS.
Portland daily grain report
Bids as of 9:30 a.m. Pacific time; subject to change.
FDA: Listeria found in Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams kitchen
Jeni’s shut down twice last year after listeria was found in a pint of ice cream in Nebraska and in Jeni’s kitchen. A second finding on a kitchen floor occurred later that year.
Seattle grain exporter to pay $699,000 to settle lawsuit
Seattle grain exporter to pay $699,000 to settle lawsuit
A Seattle grain terminal has agreed to pay $699,000 to settle a citizens lawsuit, alleging the company spilled grain into Elliott Bay.

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