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Idaho, Washington farmers see above-average year on wheat
Portland Daily Grain Report last week listed soft white wheat prices between $6.20 and $6.35 a bushel.
Panel: Consider water access, soil health before signing lease
Panel: Consider water access, soil health before signing lease
A panel of farmers spoke about ways to connect farmers and landowners during the Tilth Alliance conference Nov. 10 in Spokane. Farmers should consider their non-negotiable needs, said Puyallup, Wash., farmer Amy Moreno-Sills.
U.S. potato exports down in opening quarter of marketing year
U.S. potato exports down in opening quarter of marketing year
The declines reflect the impact of retaliatory tariffs from Mexico and China while competing products from the European Union continue to reflect low prices from the 2017 crop.
WDFW seeks to save farmer support for fish projects
WDFW seeks to save farmer support for fish projects
Washington Fish and Wildlife trying to fix botched salmon project that threatens farmland
Canadian farmer to help Spokane County growers tell their story
Canadian farmer to help Spokane County growers tell their story
Cherilyn Nagel will speak Nov. 12 and 13 in Spokane County about sharing farming practices with the public.
Miller, Henning to be Washington Wheat Ambassadors
Miller, Henning to be Washington Wheat Ambassadors
High school seniors Lacey Miller of Ritzville and Evan Henning of Thornton will serve as Washington Wheat Ambassadors for the upcoming year, delivering speeches to during the Tri-State Grain Growers Convention in Portland Nov. 15.
Are Oregon’s cougars being overhunted? Experts disagree
Estimates of the cougar population in Oregon vary widely, and an accurate answer could shed more light on whether or not the big cats are being overhunted
Apple prices increasing, marketers say
Apple prices increasing, marketers say
Washington wholesale apple prices have been low but are moving up, marketers say, as the crop estimate remains small.
Seed tester errs; Washington actually still free of black leg
Seed tester errs; Washington actually still free of black leg
No black leg afterall in Washinton; lab makes mistake
Susewind: ‘Routine’ of managing problem wolves will improve ‘onerous’ process
Susewind: ‘Routine’ of managing problem wolves will improve ‘onerous’ process
Kelly Susewind said the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife needs to get into a routine of wolf management. “We’re not going to get there until we get both sides satisfied we’re doing it right, and we’re not there...

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