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Family farmers keep up with latest innovations
Family farmers keep up with latest innovations
The Taber family concentrates on quality at their Shoshone, Idaho, farm.

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Farm aims at creating community
Farm aims at creating community
Heavenly Hills farm uses a community supported agriculture program to make contact with its customers.
Tieton farmers learn by doing
Tieton farmers learn by doing
Scott McIlrath makes the transition from selling insurance to operating a farm.
Mustard provides multiple benefits
Mustard provides multiple benefits
Gallup Farm grows mustard to break up the disease cycle, as a natural fumigant — and for a spice.
Unique location produces top-quality spuds
Unique location produces top-quality spuds
The Stoddard family farms in a unique enclosed mountain valley.
Turfgrass specialist makes lawns, sports fields greener
Turfgrass specialist makes lawns, sports fields greener
Alec Kowalewski, the turfgrass specialist at Oregon State University, helps golf course managers and sports field groundskeepers keep their grass in top shape.
Farm grows to include wide variety of crops
Farm grows to include wide variety of crops
The Berry Patch raises a variety of berries, a variety of cherry and bigger tomatoes, and also zucchini, cabbage, Brussels sprouts and table grapes.
Farm gives its customers the produce they want
Farm gives its customers the produce they want
Raymond Fordyce calls his operation a "retail farm," offering the flexibility to offer his customers the unique crops they desire.
Smaller is better for farmers’ market operation
Smaller is better for farmers’ market operation
Jim Leet says he enjoys connecting with his customers at the local farmers' market.
Company keeps sugarbeet farmers supplied with seed
Company keeps sugarbeet farmers supplied with seed
Betaseed operates a state-of-the-art processing plant in Western Oregon.
Farmstand puts special emphasis on ‘fresh’
Farmstand puts special emphasis on ‘fresh’
The Fresh to You farmstand building now houses just-picked produce, seeds, locally made products that complement the fruits and vegetables, a line of jams and syrups and more.