Davisco's CEO saysthe sale of the dairy processors' assets to Canadian Agropur was a business move to continue to grow operations and offer more opportunity to their employees.
Record-breaking cattle prices, bringing strong profits up and down the beef supply chain, have many
Fish and lettuce create a symbiotic system that saves water.
Easter lilies continue to be a popular— and hard-to-grow — crop that originated in Jap
Cow/calf producers are enjoying sweet prices on their beef calves, with average profits running $480 per cow.
An oilseed crushing plant scheduled to open this fall in Plymouth, Utah, should make soybeans and canola more common in regional farm rotations.
Hop growers in Washington, Oregon and Idaho ,the nation's top hop producing states, have been slow to warm to the idea of freezing instead of drying hops. A South Dakota man who is pushing the idea may shift the focus of his project away from this area...
Washington State University will partner with Washington Genetics, LLC. The newly formed company, owned by Washington Grain Commission board member Mike Miller and his wife Marci. will market WSU varieties, manage royalties and look for new...
Potato industry leaders have taken a stance in favor of biotechnology as a safe option for developing improved crop varieties.
After buying a farm in 2002, Calvin and Gail Ansley got into the elk business. The have since moved and now have set their sights on agritourism.
Pacific Northwest Farmers Cooperative and Cooperative Agricultural Producers, Inc., are adding Mid-Columbia Producers, of Moro, Ore., to their marketing alliance, which includes the McCoy grain terminal in Rosalia, Wash. The new partnership and...
Northwest Farm Credit Service sreports Northwest dairy producers are using strong margins to reinvest in facilities and operations verses significant milk-production expansion.
Northwest Farm Credit Services sees continued favorable times ahead for cattle producers, due to tight supplies, low feed costs and strong demand.
The embattled Gerawan Farming in Fresno recently hiked its workers' base pay from $10 to $11 an hour. The company's attorney says the raise was unrelated to Gerawan's battles with the United Farm Workers.