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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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South Carolina Zika spraying kills honeybees
Officials apologized after they failed to notify local beekeepers about mosquito spraying last weekend.
Hepatitis A from Egyptian berries infects 50 people in 4 states
Cases linked to smoothie cafes in Virginia, Maryland and North Carolina are being investigated as well.
Wolf near Jackson killed, 3 more targeted for killing cows
The wolves have killed two adult cows and injured four calves over the last week.
USDA reopens some offices after email threats
USDA offices in Hamden, Connecticut, and Leetown, West Virginia, will remain closed while waiting for security improvements or notifications to union officials.
Low commodity prices taking toll on U.S. farm income
Low commodity prices taking toll on U.S. farm income
U.S. net farm income is expected to be down 11.5 percent in 2016 compared with 2015, according to a USDA forecast released Aug. 30.
USDA closes offices in five states after anonymous threats
USDA closes offices in five states after anonymous threats
Offices in six locations were closed Tuesday until further notice.
USDA forecast record U.S. sugar production
USDA forecast record U.S. sugar production
U.S. sugar production could be record high this year but still within marketing allotment amounts. Imports of refined sugar from Mexico, however, are depressing U.S. refined sugar prices.
Portland daily grain report
Bids as of 9:30 a.m. Pacific time; subject to change.
500 cows rustled from New Zealand farm
The farmer noticed his herd was eating less feed.
Yellowstone’s south entrance reopens
The fires in Yellowstone and Grand Teton remain active and continue to grow. But all major tourist attractions and roads in Yellowstone are open.

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Settlement forces government to decide whether nine species endangered
The Center for Biological Diversity had sued the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in March, alleging agency officials repeatedly missed previous...
South Carolina Zika spraying kills honeybees
Officials apologized after they failed to notify local beekeepers about mosquito spraying last weekend.
Hepatitis A from Egyptian berries infects 50 people in 4 states
USDA reopens some offices after email threats
500 cows rustled from New Zealand farm

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Japan resumes U.S. wheat tenders
The restrictions were imposed after 22 genetically engineered wheat plants were found in a fallow field in Washington.
Portland daily grain report
Bids as of 9:30 a.m. Pacific time; subject to change.
Portland daily grain report
Firm markets WSU grain varieties
National wool and sheep report

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Portland daily grain report
Bids as of 9:30 a.m. Pacific time; subject to change.
Portland daily grain report
Bids as of 9:30 a.m. Pacific time; subject to change.
National wool and sheep report
Western hay price report
West Coast grain market report

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Settlement forces government to decide whether nine species endangered
The Center for Biological Diversity had sued the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in March, alleging agency officials repeatedly missed previous...
South Carolina Zika spraying kills honeybees
Officials apologized after they failed to notify local beekeepers about mosquito spraying last weekend.
Hepatitis A from Egyptian berries infects 50 people in 4 states
Wolf near Jackson killed, 3 more targeted for killing cows
USDA reopens some offices after email threats

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NAWG polls wheat growers on farm bill needs
The National Association of Wheat Growers is polling farmers about their needs in the next Farm Bill.
Farms see agritourism industry grow
More than 33,000 farms nationwide offered agritourism and recreational services such as farm or winery tours, hayrides and hunting in 2012.
Sorghum facility would provide farmers with stable rotation crop
Potato truck takes to Hudson River during New York visit
Farm safety top priority with farm tourism on the rise