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Washington Farm Bureau pans Inslee’s carbon cap directive
Washington Farm Bureau pans Inslee’s carbon cap directive
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee directs Department of Ecology to develop carbon cap, drawing rebuke from Washington Farm Bureau.

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Egg industry struggles to recover from bird flu
Egg industry struggles to recover from bird flu
Egg prices continue to rise as industry tries to recover from bird flu epidemic.
Mid-year cattle inventory confirms expansion
USDA's July 1 cattle inventory report verifies beef herd expansion with increases in beef cow and heifer repplacement numbers.
Pheasant hunting as a successful ranch enterprise
Pheasant hunting as a successful ranch enterprise
Columnist Doug Warnock discusses the latest topics in ranch management.
Soda Springs rancher appointed to Idaho Senate
Soda Springs rancher appointed to Idaho Senate
Soda Springs rancher and farmer Mark Harris has been appointed to the Idaho Senate by Gov. Butch Otter.
WDFW: One more kill will put Dirty Shirt wolves at risk
WDFW: One more kill will put Dirty Shirt wolves at risk
A Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife official says ranchers will be offered a permit to shoot up to two wolves if any more livestock is killed by the Dirty Shirt pack in Stevens County.
Officials say Michigan beef cattle herd has bovine TB
The most recent case is the 62nd cattle herd found to have the infectious bacterial disease in Michigan since 1998 and the second this year.
Molly Jo DelCurto serves as Oregon’s Beef Ambassador
Molly Jo DelCurto serves as Oregon’s Beef Ambassador
A Linn-Benton Community College student is Oregon's Beef Ambassador.
Wolves kill yearling Angus in Central Washington
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has confirmed that a yearling Angus has been killed by wolves in Central Washington.
NE Washington wolves linked to more cattle deaths
Wolves have killed three cows and one calf in Stevens County in northeast Washington. Ranchers call for lethal removal.
Downtown cattle drive highlights ICA’s 100th birthday
Downtown cattle drive highlights ICA’s 100th birthday
The mood was celebratory as a few hundred Idaho Cattle Association members celebrated the group's 100th birthday in Boise July 14-18.