Delta fish species decline amid California’s drought
Five fish species in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta saw their numbers drop last year amid California’s historic drought.

Featured Stories

DOD airlifts dairy, produce to Pacific commissaries
The Department of Defense has begun airlifting dairy products and produce to military commissaries in the Pacific as shipping delays at West Coast ports have led to empty store shelves.
Something for everyone at Northwest Ag Show
Something for everyone at Northwest Ag Show
The 46th Northwest Agricultural Show features something for every farmer and rancher.
Idaho wine industry has $169 million impact on economy
Idaho wine industry has $169 million impact on economy
A new impact study shows Idaho's wine industry brought in almost $170 million to Idaho's economy in 2013. It was also responsible for 1,226 full-time equivalent jobs.
Opponents of Oregon’s “right to farm” law can revive lawsuit
A lawsuit against Oregon 's right to farm law was dismissed but its opponents can resurrect their constitutional challenge, a judge ruled.
Hazelnut farmers squeeze profits from sickly orchards
Hazelnut farmers squeeze profits from sickly orchards
High hazelnut prices are making growers reluctant to remove diseased orchards that still produce solid yields.
Northwest Ag Show grows in the rain
Northwest Ag Show grows in the rain
For 46 years, the Northwest Agricultural Show has grown into the second-largest show on the West Coast.
FFA an integral part of Northwest Ag Show
FFA an integral part of Northwest Ag Show
The Northwest Agricultural Show is a major supporter of FFA chapters around the region.
Hort seminar focuses on orchard training
Hort seminar focuses on orchard training
A horticultural seminar will be devoted to different ways to train cherry trees.
American Farm Bureau Federation holds steady
American Farm Bureau Federation holds steady
At its annual convention, the American Farm Bureau holds on to its values while adapting to change.
Seminar to aid small-farm operators
Seminar to aid small-farm operators
Small-farm experts will present a seminar on making the most of your acreage.

State

First Oregon wild duck tests positive for avian flu
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife said Wednesday the female mallard was taken Dec. 20 at Fern Ridge Wildlife Area outside Eugene and was...
Court rules Yakima Valley dairy has polluted groundwater
U.S. District Judge Thomas O. Rice of Spokane ruled Wednesday that the pollution posed an “imminent and substantial endangerment” to...
Idaho wine industry has $169 million impact on economy
Opponents of Oregon’s “right to farm” law can revive lawsuit
Hazelnut farmers squeeze profits from sickly orchards

Nation/World

First Oregon wild duck tests positive for avian flu
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife said Wednesday the female mallard was taken Dec. 20 at Fern Ridge Wildlife Area outside Eugene and was...
DOD airlifts dairy, produce to Pacific commissaries
The Department of Defense has begun airlifting dairy products and produce to military commissaries in the Pacific as shipping delays at West Coast...
American Farm Bureau Federation holds steady
Bill would remove federal protections for wolves in 4 states
Chipotle suspends pork supplier

Ag Sectors

First Oregon wild duck tests positive for avian flu
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife said Wednesday the female mallard was taken Dec. 20 at Fern Ridge Wildlife Area outside Eugene and was...
Court rules Yakima Valley dairy has polluted groundwater
U.S. District Judge Thomas O. Rice of Spokane ruled Wednesday that the pollution posed an “imminent and substantial endangerment” to...
DOD airlifts dairy, produce to Pacific commissaries
Idaho wine industry has $169 million impact on economy
Opponents of Oregon’s “right to farm” law can revive lawsuit

Opinion

Minimum wages and other people’s money
Minimum wages fail to help employees as much as proponents say.
Presidential order likely to hurt agriculture
Farm groups say the president's executive action giving as many as 5 million illegal immigrants temporary legal status will take workers out of the...
Citizens ignored by representatives
Increased risk with increased access to China
How to prevent port slowdowns

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Something for everyone at Northwest Ag Show
The 46th Northwest Agricultural Show features something for every farmer and rancher.
Northwest Ag Show grows in the rain
For 46 years, the Northwest Agricultural Show has grown into the second-largest show on the West Coast.
FFA an integral part of Northwest Ag Show
Hort seminar focuses on orchard training
Seminar to aid small-farm operators