The America’s Water and Infrastructure Act of 2018 includes several key provisions for farmers and ranchers in the Klamath Basin.
Officials are taking adoption applications for the more than 60 horses seized from a central Oregon ranch earlier this year
Federal investigators have already checked records at winery, owner says.
Oregon clover farmers are examining alternative ways to access Python herbicide after its manufactur
Even if the controversial Lost Valley Farm cleans up its wastewater problems under a new operator, the Oregon Department of Agriculture will proceed with a permit revocation.
Wimmer will receive Oregon Aglink’s 2018 Agriculturist of the Year award, and the Oregon Dairy Women will receive its 2018 Ag Connection award at the annual Denim and Diamonds dinner and fundraiser on Nov. 16 at the Salem Convention Center.
Ranchers and conservation groups indicated they may have common ground on a new framework for managing wolf-livestock conflicts proposed Tuesday during a stakeholder meeting in Salem.
A lawsuit filed by Oregon growers over alleged lost radish seed value has been reactivated, but the defendant bank wants the case dropped.
Before the rain, southwest Idaho beets showed higher sugar content than in the past.
Proponents of locating an Oregon intermodal yard in Brooks and Millersburg both claim their preferred site has major advantages.
Without fungicides, mature hazelnut orchards in Oregon may have perished due to Eastern Filbert Blight years ago, according to a study published by Oregon State University.
Research goals include improving efficiency, sustainability of ranching industry in Eastern Oregon.
The Resource Education and Agricultural Leadership Program, or REAL Oregon, has announced its second class of participants.
A settlement deal will allow a controversial 73-acre solar project and apiary to move forward in Oregon’s Clackamas County.