Columnist Doug Warnock discusses the latest topics in ranch management.
Oregon State University field trials have shown that camelina can be grown at a small profit in East
After falling to break-even levels this winter, onion prices have increased sharply.
Eastern Idaho wheat farmers have new options for selling their grain this season, including a new La
The National Agricultural Statistics Service classified a large percentage of the region’s winter wheat as below-average quality this month.
The author has been experimenting for a few decades with growing hazelnuts as an alternative to corn and soybeans.
Rain forecasts have Washington State University wheat breeder Arron Carter cautioning about possible sprout damage.
U.S. cranberry growers renew federal marketing order, but there's no immediate relief for an oversupply driving down prices.
Pro Chefs of Oregon works in tandem with commodity commissions each summer to sponsor the Oregon Bounty Chef’s Table at the Bite of Oregon, which will be Aug. 7-9.
Thresher Artisan Wheat is running a pilot program testing an "act of God" clause in some of its 2015 contracts, seeking to make wheat more competitive with other crops.
Provo, Utah, farm seeks more customers to fulfilled the owner's dream.
Valley Cooperative and Valley Wide Cooperative are moving forward with details of a merger after their members recently overwhelmingly voted to support it.