Dairy has its day at Oregon Capitol
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Dairy has its day at Oregon Capitol
Event helps the public learn about the way the 228 dairy farm families in Oregon manage their 125,000 cows.

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Dairy has its day at Oregon Capitol
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Dairy has its day at Oregon Capitol
Event helps the public learn about the way the 228 dairy farm families in Oregon manage their 125,000 cows.
Some Washington ranchers fear USFS taking their grazing
Ranchers in Okanogan County, Washington, believe the USFS is trying to take away rights to graze cattle on federal land. The USFS denies it. A...
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