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State fair opens under new management
State fair opens under new management
Oregon State Fair opens with a new management structure.

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Meat goat market on the rebound, industry leader says
Meat goat market on the rebound, industry leader says
Meat goats are regaining in popularity following the recession, the president of the Oregon Meat Goat Producers says.
After late start, water fund begins to take shape
Two task forces charged with shaping Oregon 's $10 million water supply fund held their first joint meeting on Aug. 15.
Chesnimnus wolves blamed for another calf attack in N.E. Oregon
Chesnimnus wolves blamed for another calf attack in N.E. Oregon
The Chesnimnus group of wolves, which killed a calf in Northeast Oregon in July, is blamed for injuring another calf.
Oregon State hires an outreach coordinator for cereal grain varieties
Oregon State hires an outreach coordinator for cereal grain varieties
OSU's cereal grains program have a new advocate.
Oregon Cattlemen’s Association seeks new exec
The executive director of the Oregon Cattlemen's Association is leaving her job at the end of August.
Stanley Timmermann, wheat industry leader, dies at 84
Stanley Timmermann, wheat industry leader, dies at 84
Stanley Timmermann, a long-time leader in Oregon agriculture, has died.
New nursery sprayer could be ‘game changer’
New nursery sprayer could be ‘game changer’
The USDA and university researchers are testing a sprayer that dramatically cuts pesticide use and drift.
Group challenges Oregon right to farm law
The lawsuit was brought by 17 residents of the Cedar Valley area north of Gold Beach, who were victims last fall of herbicides meant for neighboring timberlands.
Oregon’s Farm to School leader takes new job
Oregon’s Farm to School leader takes new job
The Oregon ag department is losing the woman credited with making the Farm to School program a success.
Spearmint oil assessment rate goes down
The assessment fee for spearmint oil produced in Washington, Idaho, Oregon and parts of Nevada and Utah has been decreased from 10 cents to 9 cents a pound.