The annual Oregon Ag Fest happens this weekend at the state farigrounds in Salem.
Shipments of fresh blueberries to South Korea are subject to high hurdles, but some Oregon growers a
Despite the drought and a reduction of acreage, California strawberry production is up from last yea
Oregon State University agricultural economist Larry Lev
Washington Association of Wheat Growers Kara Rowe is working on the Washington Grown project to build the public's awareness of the producers who grow their food. Farmers need to become "real" to consumers, Rowe says.
An Orland, Calif., dairyman who uses raw milk to make cheese is in the awkward position of opposing efforts by some of his fellow raw milk proponents to ease restrictions on home dairies selling or sharing excess milk from their cows.
The Idaho Department of Water Resources has been directed by the state to buy a trout farm owned by the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation to protect the water rights. The parks department has been looking to sell the facility to raise revenue.
The state kill permit was issued after it was determined that a yearling heifer had been killed by a bear. Two days later, on April 4, Marie Leehmann was checking the cows when a bear ran out of the herd. Her son, Ryon, shot the bear within a...
President Barack Obama is making a brief stopover Tuesday while on his way to the Asia-Pacific region for a four-country visit.
The lawsuit filed in Lane County Circuit Court in Eugene, Ore., contends a 1957 law prohibits the state from selling any portion of the Elliott that previously was part of a national forest.
An economist with the state Employment Security Department, John Wines, says the shortage was largely caused by the weather. There was little spring frost and orchards bloomed about a week earlier than last year, so growers need more help thinning blooms.
Dead bees were found Sunday scattered along on Highway 99 at Sunset Boulevard near Sherwood, Ore. State Insect Pest Prevention and Management specialist Pat Mitchell says there are many theories but the state won’t know what happened until samples...
Permits for all but the largest orchard acreage have been approved by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for orchards southeast of Wenatchee, Wash., to get much-needed Columbia River irrigation water.
Orchards southeast of Wenatchee, Wash., are extending Columbia River pipes to get much needed water after the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers approved permits.