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Oregon, Idaho onion farmers inducted into hall of fame
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Oregon, Idaho onion farmers inducted into hall of fame
Two past presidents of the Idaho and Oregon onion growers associations have been inducted into the groups' joint hall of fame together.

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Cattle drive draws focus to Florida’s cowboy history
Spanish explorers brought horses and Andalusian cattle to the New World in the 16th century, making Florida the nation’s oldest cattle-raising state. Today, Florida’s $531 million cattle industry has 1.7 million cattle and calves, and...
Practice makes perfect in potato peeling contest
Practice makes perfect in potato peeling contest
Six teams of three from the Northwest potato industry competed in the second annual potato peeling contest at the Washington-Oregon Potato Conference in Kennewick, Wash.
Wildfire bill calls for quick response by DNR
Wildfire bill calls for quick response by DNR
Washington legislators are considering a proposal to spend more money on attacking wildfires, but they have questions about how well resources are being used now.
Governor calls for more engagement on federal land issues
Governor calls for more engagement on federal land issues
Gov. Kate Brown says there needs to be more engagement on federal land issues, but first the protest at the Malheaur National Wildlife Refuge must end.
500 FFA blue jackets converge on Idaho Capitol
500 FFA blue jackets converge on Idaho Capitol
About 600 FFA members, legislators and Idaho farm industry leaders attended the annual Cenarrusa Day on the Hill event Jan. 25. The event in Boise gives FFA students the chance to mingle with legislators and learn first-hand how Idaho government works.
New dairy princess-ambassador crowned
New dairy princess-ambassador crowned
Sara Pierson, 20, is the daughter of Steve and Susan Pierson, owners of Sar-Ben Farms of St. Paul.

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