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Meeting with EPA on What’s Upstream frustrates lawmaker
Meeting with EPA on What’s Upstream frustrates lawmaker
A U.S. House member says he left meeting with EPA over What's Upstream advocacy campaign "mostly frustrated."

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Western grain market report
Bids for U.S. 1 Soft White Wheat delivered to Portland in unit trains or barges during December for ordinary protein trended steady to 11 cents per bushel lower compared to Nov. 24 prices.
California shell egg price report
Retail demand is reported as moderate to good while movement into food service accounts is seasonally moderate.
Western fluid milk and cream review
Bottling demand from educational institutions is returning after the Thanksgiving holiday break.
National stocker and feeder cattle report
Steers and heifers traded $2 to $6 higher with most steer calves under 600 lbs. up to $10 higher.
Selected Western livestock auction reports
Stocker and feeder cattle were $2-7 higher at the Toppenish, Wash., Livestock Auction.
Biggest fertilizer distribution plant opening planned
Biggest fertilizer distribution plant opening planned
Valley Agronomics plans to start filling a new plant near Pocatello, Idaho, with dry fertilizer this month.
Members of Congress push for more hops research
Members of Congress push for more hops research
Resources should be reallocated so that hop research can be expanded into two, full-time USDA-ARS positions, more than 100 members of Congress say.
Western Innovator: ‘A rancher fixing ranchers’ problems’
Western Innovator: ‘A rancher fixing ranchers’ problems’
As a rancher and Idaho Soil and Water Conservation Commission employee, southeast Idaho rancher Chris Banks has seen both sides of the fence when it comes to water and soil conversation efforts.
EPA and tribe: State should stay out of What’s Upstream
EPA and tribe: State should stay out of What’s Upstream
EPA and Swinomish tribe say the Washington Public Disclosure Commission isn't the proper venue to investigate What's Upstream.
Tyson announces plans for $150 million venture fund
The venture fund’s first investment is a 5 percent ownership stake in Beyond Meat, a California-based company that makes “plant-based protein.”

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Selected Western hay price reports
Trade slow with light to moderate demand in the Columbia Basin.
Western grain market report
Bids for U.S. 1 Soft White Wheat delivered to Portland in unit trains or barges during December for ordinary protein trended steady to 11 cents per...
California shell egg price report
Western fluid milk and cream review
National stocker and feeder cattle report

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Selected Western hay price reports
Trade slow with light to moderate demand in the Columbia Basin.
Western grain market report
Bids for U.S. 1 Soft White Wheat delivered to Portland in unit trains or barges during December for ordinary protein trended steady to 11 cents per...
California shell egg price report
Western fluid milk and cream review
National stocker and feeder cattle report

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Meeting with EPA on What’s Upstream frustrates lawmaker
A U.S. House member says he left meeting with EPA over What's Upstream advocacy campaign "mostly frustrated."
Appeals court drops California egg rule challenge
A judge correctly dismissed a lawsuit filed by several state governments against California's rules for egg-laying hens.
California lawmakers aim to protect immigrants from Trump
EPA and tribe: State should stay out of What’s Upstream
Grain storage a concern in South Dakota heading into winter

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Members of Congress push for more hops research
Resources should be reallocated so that hop research can be expanded into two, full-time USDA-ARS positions, more than 100 members of Congress say.
Western Innovator: ‘A rancher fixing ranchers’ problems’
As a rancher and Idaho Soil and Water Conservation Commission employee, southeast Idaho rancher Chris Banks has seen both sides of the fence when it...
Industry seeks better malting barley varieties
In farming, sustainability means loving it, sticking with it and passing it along
Variability of ARC-County payments topic for next farm bill, economists say