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Aging farmers will turn over two-thirds of Oregon’s ag land
Aging farmers will turn over two-thirds of Oregon’s ag land
The report says nearly two-thirds of Oregon farm and ranch land will change hands over the next 20 years.

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Retired professor donates timberland to benefit rural school
Retired professor donates timberland to benefit rural school
The timberland donor, Emery Castle, is considered one of the pioneers in the field of agricultural and resource economics.
East Idaho city hosts celebration of the russet
East Idaho city hosts celebration of the russet
The City of Shelley has hosted a celebration of the staple of its economy — the russet potato — for the past 88 years.
Idaho cropland rent increased in 2016, bucking national trend
Idaho cropland rent increased in 2016, bucking national trend
Despite declining in neighboring states and around the country, cropland rental expenses in Idaho increased 6 percent in 2016, according to USDA data.
Corn maze allows people inside Jimmy Fallon’s head
Corn maze allows people inside Jimmy Fallon’s head
A Meridian, Idaho, farmer known for his unique and clever corn maze designs has chosen the image of comedian Jimmy Fallon this year, while Star Trek and themes supporting police officers are popular corn maze designs around the nation this year.
Ag vendors at Idaho’s largest market doing fine after split
Ag vendors at Idaho’s largest market doing fine after split
Farm vendors at Idaho's largest farmers market say they have no regrets about remaining there when a few dozen of their fellow farmers split and formed their own market four seasons ago.
Cooperation key to Idaho raw goat milk producers’ success
Cooperation key to Idaho raw goat milk producers’ success
Small-scale producers of raw goat milk in Eastern Idaho are working together to help one another out.
Five Washington FFA chapters are national award finalists
Several Washington FFA chapters have received national honors
Beef Counts to provide 1 millionth meal
Beef Counts will deliver its 1 millionth meal this fall.
Glyphosate-resistant tumbleweed discovered in NE Oregon
Glyphosate-resistant tumbleweed discovered in NE Oregon
Tumbleweed resistant to glyphosate has been confirmed in Oregon's Morrow County.
Groups create biggest public hunting access in North Dakota
Ranch owners Byron and Kathy Richard purchased what had been the Beaver Creek Ranch property llast year, with the idea of creating a cattle and wildlife legacy ranch for future generations.

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