Dairy company helps food distribution nonprofit provide for food banks and shelters.
The Wheat Foods Council is defending the health characteristics of enriched grains. The council says enriched grains are responsible for lowering neural tube birth defects and a primary source of folic acid. Council president Judi Adams says enriched grains make an easy target.
Washington state considers rolling the existing medical marijuana program into the new recreational marijuana program.
Despite the risks involved, hundreds of people are eager to step into Washington state's new recreat
Washington State University researchers will monitor wolves and cattle in an effort to reduce depredations on livestock.
The investigation into the fatal collapse of a grain silo in Western Washington will likely take several months.
A marketing committee decided to still allow packing and sales of small cherries even though an economic analysis shows they substantially negatively affect price in weeks of heavy volume.
Emergency workers have retrieved the body of a feed mill worker who died when a silo collapsed earlier this week.
The USDA is assessing opening the U.S. to Chinese apples. The Washington apple industry hopes it's a step toward allowing U.S. apples back into China.
Emergency workers plan to stabilize grain bins at a feed mill in Roy, Wash., where a worker was buried.
Four Washington tree fruit trade organizations seek grower comment on probable consolidation. One grower says it will be a loss of voice for independent growers.
A feed mill worker is believed to be trapped after a silo filled with corn collapsed in Roy, Wash.
Seasonal ag workers wages are rising at perhaps an unsustainable rate, a labor association director says.
Many factors are involved in choosing a new apple variety to invest in, experts say at tree fruit meeting.