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Oregon pursuing legal options to stop dairy violations
Lost Valley Farm allegedly started violating its environmental and agricultural permits within months of opening.

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Dozens more charges filed in wildlife poaching ring probe
Prosecutors in Oregon have filed more than a hundred charges in an investigation of wildlife poaching that has spanned state lines and allegedly left dozens of animals shot illegally and sometimes left to rot
FDA warns Oregon juice maker about fungal toxin
FDA warns Oregon juice maker about fungal toxin
An Oregon juice manufacturer is accused by the FDA of violating food safety regulations by inadequately controlling for patulin, a fungal toxin.
Republican Buehler Nominated To Face Brown In Oregon Governor’s Race
No Republican has won an Oregon governor’s race since 1982.
McLeod-Skinner Nominated To Take On Walden For Oregon Congressional Seat
In years past, Democratic strategists have generally conceded the district. Not this year.
Emmett Earl Pryor, wheat industry leader, dies at age 92
Emmett Earl Pryor, wheat industry leader, dies at age 92
A celebration of life will be held at the Condon Elks Lodge Saturday, May 19, noon for family and friends; lunch will be served.
Lost Valley Farm’s owner seeks to sell dairy
Lost Valley Farm’s owner seeks to sell dairy
The owner of Lost Valley Farm, a controversial Oregon dairy, wants to sell the property and cattle herd for about $109 million.
Idaho-administered Produce Safety Rule nets comments from border
Idaho-administered Produce Safety Rule nets comments from border
Idaho-administered approach would need to travel well, growers and packers tell officials.
Bid accepted for work on Malheur Siphon in Eastern Oregon
Bid accepted for work on Malheur Siphon in Eastern Oregon
The project is slated to begin at the end of the irrigation season this fall.
Oregon environmental regulators gauge water quality
Oregon environmental regulators gauge water quality
Oregon’s top environmental regulators discussed agricultural water quality during a tour of waterways in Wasco County.
Ag consultant stays busy with H-2A work
Ag consultant stays busy with H-2A work
Idaho H-2A guestworker jobs have nearly doubled in last five years.

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