Last winter’s extreme weather pulled down Idaho’s hay stocks for livestock feed, but not enough to boost prices given less demand from dairies.
Big supplies of corn and wheat around the world dampen the market outlook, but there could be upside
U.S. cattle inventory and beef production are expected to continue to grow through 2019, and the out
Calvin Riggleman, 36, got his start in farming the way many do.
Great wine starts with great grapes, the kind that can't survive an 8-month-long winter
Organic farmer built a catchment system to collect water from the roofs of his barns.
Industry experts say it’s not clear how many L.A. businesses will be ready to open their doors on Jan. 1.
Prices for grass seed are expected to remain strong as supply is matching demand.
Farmers from Idaho, Oregon, Washington and Montana will serve on the board of directors for the new Pacific Northwest Canola Association.
The rise of recreational marijuana since Oregon voters legalized it has dramatically changed the economic landscape for cannabis statewide
The lawsuit argues that California’s requirements violate the U.S. Constitution’s interstate commerce clause.
Natalie Shaw gave a presentation on the growing demand for low carb hay at the Oregon Hay and Forage Association’s Hay Conference.
China has positioned itself as a leading advocate of free trade, particularly since President Donald Trump pulled the U.S. out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership
An Oregon Congressman and one from California who are the namesakes of an amendment that prevents federal officials using public funds to enforce federal laws against medical marijuana are pushing to ensure the protections remain for another year