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Aging farmers will turn over two-thirds of Oregon’s ag land
Aging farmers will turn over two-thirds of Oregon’s ag land
The report says nearly two-thirds of Oregon farm and ranch land will change hands over the next 20 years.

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First Malheur occupier sentenced to probation
Scott Willingham was not one of the defendants charged with conspiracy for the 41-day occupation.
13 railway cars derail in Eugene
Ten empty rail cars were behind the tanker, tilted at awkward angles. Two grain cars also derailed.
Western Innovator: Nursery grower ventures into hemp
Western Innovator: Nursery grower ventures into hemp
Nursery grower Barry Cook is diversifying his operation to include hemp.
Brown, Pierce clash on rural issues
Brown, Pierce clash on rural issues
Gov. Kate Brown and Republican challenger Bud Pierce sparred Saturday in their first debate.
Oregon’s bounty to be spotlighted at Capitol
Oregon’s bounty to be spotlighted at Capitol
Oregon's Bounty will raise awareness of agriculture and familiarize the public with the workings of the Capitol.
Oregon’s IR-4 Project leader ready to retire
Oregon’s IR-4 Project leader ready to retire
To calculate the value of DeFrancesco’s work, one has to understand that the majority of the Oregon's agriculture involves specialty crop production.
Small grower opens chicken processing facility
Small grower opens chicken processing facility
Hawkins Sisters Ranch is the only Oregon Department of Agriculture processing facility in Eastern Oregon.
Conservation groups sue over Oregon’s wolf delisting
Conservation groups sue over Oregon’s wolf delisting
The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission removed the wolf from the endangered species list last year, saying the species had rebounded within significant portions of its range.
Judge threatens to hold Bundy lawyer in contempt of court
The judge told Bundy lawyer Marcus Mumford on Thursday that she will fine him $1,000 each time he raises the Finicum issue while questioning witnesses.
Portland container shipping faces broad challenges
Portland container shipping faces broad challenges
Container shipping from the Port of Portland faces broader challenges than the labor dispute that discontinued service last year.

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