‘Most ancient’ solid cheese found in dug up Egyptian jar
Scientists have discovered that a solidified whitish substance in an ancient jar dug up in Egypt is "probably the most ancient archaeological solid residue of cheese ever found."

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Court reinstates suspended WOTUS rule
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Nursery industry meets at Farwest Show
Nursery industry meets at Farwest Show
Show provides perfect venue for nursery buyers and sellers to make connections and do business.
Labor, immigration reform remain challenges for nursery industry
Labor, immigration reform remain challenges for nursery industry
A shortage of labor available to the industry remains a threat, Oregon Association of Nurseries Executive Director Jeff Stone says.
Nursery blossoms and farm diversifies
Nursery blossoms and farm diversifies
The nursery is known for its many hanging baskets — around 3,000 each year — that Diana Wavra plants.
Nursery grows 400 varieties of native plants
Nursery grows 400 varieties of native plants
Mike Ridling and his business partner, Scott Anderson, are the owners of the nursery.
Native ornamentals flourish with little water
Native ornamentals flourish with little water
Diane Jones started her nursery on 3 acres she bought in 1999.

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‘Most ancient’ solid cheese found in dug up Egyptian jar
Scientists have discovered that a solidified whitish substance in an ancient jar dug up in Egypt is "probably the most ancient archaeological solid...
Life returns to BLM land burned by 2012 Cave Canyon Fire
On the evening of Aug. 5, 2012, a bolt of lightning shot from the clouds, striking the northeastern edge of the South Hills
National wool and sheep review
West Coast grain price report
California shell egg price report

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‘Most ancient’ solid cheese found in dug up Egyptian jar
Scientists have discovered that a solidified whitish substance in an ancient jar dug up in Egypt is "probably the most ancient archaeological solid...
Life returns to BLM land burned by 2012 Cave Canyon Fire
On the evening of Aug. 5, 2012, a bolt of lightning shot from the clouds, striking the northeastern edge of the South Hills
National wool and sheep review
Fluid Milk and Cream - Western U.S.
National feeder and stocker cattle report

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Editorial: New forest plan a work in progress
While years of work have gone into the new document, federal judges likely will decide the fate of federal forests in the Blue Mountains.
Column: Make the most of August recess
Members of Congress host town hall meetings to get first-hand accounts of how policies impact their constituents. For farmers, events like this are a...
Editorial: FDA head travels to farm country
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Column: End the trade war, now

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Nursery industry meets at Farwest Show
Show provides perfect venue for nursery buyers and sellers to make connections and do business.
Nursery blossoms and farm diversifies
The nursery is known for its many hanging baskets — around 3,000 each year — that Diana Wavra plants.
Nursery grows 400 varieties of native plants
Native ornamentals flourish with little water
Nursery serves dual purpose for this Oregon farm