National wool and sheep review
Slaughter lambs under 70 lbs were mostly steady, heavier weights were firm to 15.00 higher.

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National feeder and stocker cattle report
Missouri is the epicenter of drought in the Midwest as parts of the state have had very hot and dry weather in recent weeks and months, and some parts have been dry for the last year or longer.
Western hay price report
Retail/Stable type hay remains the most demanded hay in Oregon.
Court reinstates suspended WOTUS rule
Court reinstates suspended WOTUS rule
A U.S. district court ruling has resurrected a contentious 2015 rule that would give the federal government broad regulatory control over virtually any waters and associated land.
Nursery industry meets at Farwest Show
Nursery industry meets at Farwest Show
Show provides perfect venue for nursery buyers and sellers to make connections and do business.
Labor, immigration reform remain challenges for nursery industry
Labor, immigration reform remain challenges for nursery industry
A shortage of labor available to the industry remains a threat, Oregon Association of Nurseries Executive Director Jeff Stone says.
Nursery blossoms and farm diversifies
Nursery blossoms and farm diversifies
The nursery is known for its many hanging baskets — around 3,000 each year — that Diana Wavra plants.
Nursery grows 400 varieties of native plants
Nursery grows 400 varieties of native plants
Mike Ridling and his business partner, Scott Anderson, are the owners of the nursery.
Native ornamentals flourish with little water
Native ornamentals flourish with little water
Diane Jones started her nursery on 3 acres she bought in 1999.
Nursery serves dual purpose for this Oregon farm
Nursery serves dual purpose for this Oregon farm
The nursery portion of the farm sells wholesale and retail.
The Plant Place plays dual role
The Plant Place plays dual role
Retail displays are set in combinations that inspire creativity in customers.

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It’s about time: 14 historic Oregon farms honored
12 century, 2 sesquicentennial farms gain special recognition.
Fixing The Willamette’s Toxic Algae Problem Could Start At Ross Island
The lagoon at Ross Island has created severe blooms four out of the last five years.
Portland Water Bureau Has Location, Technology In Mind For New Filtration Plant
Federal Officials Outline New Plan To Lower Wildfire Risk
Cougar fatally shot after killing sheep, turkey near Bend

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National wool and sheep review
Slaughter lambs under 70 lbs were mostly steady, heavier weights were firm to 15.00 higher.
West Coast grain price report
Bids for US 1 Soft White Wheat delivered to Portland in unit trains or barges during August for ordinary protein trended mixed, from eight cents...
California shell egg price report
Fluid Milk and Cream - Western U.S.
National feeder and stocker cattle report

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National wool and sheep review
Slaughter lambs under 70 lbs were mostly steady, heavier weights were firm to 15.00 higher.
Fluid Milk and Cream - Western U.S.
Pacific Northwest milk production has passed the peak but remains strong.
National feeder and stocker cattle report
Western hay price report
Court reinstates suspended WOTUS rule

Opinion

Editorial: New forest plan a work in progress
While years of work have gone into the new document, federal judges likely will decide the fate of federal forests in the Blue Mountains.
Column: Make the most of August recess
Members of Congress host town hall meetings to get first-hand accounts of how policies impact their constituents. For farmers, events like this are a...
Editorial: FDA head travels to farm country
Column: Of wolves, wildfires and grizzly bears
Column: End the trade war, now

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Nursery industry meets at Farwest Show
Show provides perfect venue for nursery buyers and sellers to make connections and do business.
Nursery blossoms and farm diversifies
The nursery is known for its many hanging baskets — around 3,000 each year — that Diana Wavra plants.
Nursery grows 400 varieties of native plants
Native ornamentals flourish with little water
Nursery serves dual purpose for this Oregon farm