Oregon State University researchers warn this could be a bad year for bugs in the vineyards.
The infected horse had been at two recent events in Oregon's Willamette Valley.
Ranchers and the Oregon Farm Bureau believe wolves should be taken off the state endangered species
Oregon grows nearly all of the U.S. hazelnut crop, and Oregon State University plans to hire an exte
A key legislative committee has voted to approve raw milk advertising and to prohibit hunting and fishing with drones in Oregon.
The NRCS funding program is intended to reduce fire danger in three Central Oregon counties.
Oregon Ag Fest offers children — and their parents — a sample of what agriculture is about. Hundreds of volunteers and sponsors combine forces to make the event a success.
The young male gray wolf from the Imnaha pack wandered into Washington state before returning to Oregon and going into the Mount Hood National Forest.
Bill Buhrig, a crop agent with Oregon State University's Malheur County extension office in Ontario, didn't have to travel far when he took the job. He was born in Ontario and was already closely linked with the local farming industry.
Oregon's wolf population is growing at 6 percent a year and appears healthy.
A woman from Albany, Ore., has been named Norwest Farm Mom of the Year by Monsanto and American Agri-Women. She is the first Oregonian to win the honor in the award's six-year history.
A lawsuit filed by ranchers against BLM was thrown out by a federal judge.
A proposal to streamline permitting for fake beaver dams has progressed in the Oregon House.
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife officials confirmed that a lone wolf has been hanging around Adrian in Eastern Oregon for more than a week. It is believed to be the first wolf that has spent more than just a brief moment in Malheur County.