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Oregon-Idaho bulb onion crop smaller, but prices are much higher

A 50-pound bag of jumbo yellow onions is selling for $10 to $11, nearly twice the price of a year ago. More

Featured Stories

Ruling reinstates 23,000 acres as wild horse territory

Over the objections of local ranchers, a federal appeals court has reinstated 23,000 acres of wild horse territory in California. More


Farm Bureau highlights Washington farm’s labor shortage

Washington vegetable farm featured in video on labor shortage More


Washington feedyard operator featured in national beef ad campaign

Pasco, Wash., feedyard operator Cody Easterday is featured in the National Beef Checkoff campaign, promoting advances in the cattle industry. More

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Brewery’s beer name challenged by West Coast brewery

An Oregon brewery is demanding that a Maine beer maker change the name of its signature India pale ale More

Montana officials fear seaplanes transfer invasive mussels

The Flathead Basin Commission and seaplane pilots’ groups are figuring out how they can perform inspections on the planes. More

Northwestern Montana wood products company plans expansion

A northwestern Montana wood products company says it plans to move its operation, increase its production and hire more than 75 new employees by the end of 2019 More

Birds gone wild: Resurgent turkeys spar with human neighbors

Wild turkeys are increasingly clashing with their human neighbors as they spread out into urban areas More

Salmon-Friendly Rulings On Columbia, Snake Dams Could Be Oveturned By Congress

House Bill 3144 cancels court orders for spilling water and analyzing dam removal. More

Weary Californians try to find all that’s lost as fires rage

The death toll had climbed to an unprecedented 31 and was expected to keep rising. More

Federal wildlife agency says wolf was shot, offers reward

In the past year, two wolves have been found dead in the Fremont-Wenema National Forest. More

Caldwell business people learn about area’s agriculture

Members of the Caldwell business community got a closer look at some of the challenges the state’s farming industry faces Oct 10 during a panel discussion by farm industry leaders. More

WSDA seeks study on dairy manure use

WSDA seeks study on whether to regulate all manure applications, not just ones on dairies More

Wolf numbers growing in Mount Emily, Meacham

Wolves are making their home in the Mount Emily and Walla Walla units of northeast Oregon, with four packs and three additional pairs or groups. More

Big overseas hazelnut crop cuts prices for Oregon growers

Hazelnut growers in Turkey ramped up production this year, driving down prices for growers in Oregon More

Emergency alerts get scrutiny after deadly wildfires

In emergencies where a few minutes or even seconds can save lives, the notification systems have inherent blind spots. More

Winds expected to drive next wave of deadly California fires

The 22 fires, many out of control, spanned more than 265 square miles as the inferno entered its fourth day. More

First REAL Oregon class selected for leadership training

The program is intended to develop leaders who will speak for agriculture and natural resource industries during policy or legislation discussions. More

Washington hemp pioneer has crop, but needs market

After one summer, Washington's industry already at a crossroad More

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