Western fluid milk and cream review
The weighted average regional price in the Northwest is $1.99.

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West Coast grain price report
Forward month bids for soft white wheat ordinary protein were as follows: October $4.75-4.82, November $4.75-4.92 and December $4.7550-5.50.
California shell egg price report
Trade sentiment is steady for the larger sizes and steady to mostly higher for Medium.
National feeder and stocker cattle report
Feeder steers and heifers sold mostly $3 to $5 higher, with instances $7 to $10 higher.
Selected Western livestock auctions
Stocker and feeder cattle firm to $8 higher at the Toppenish, Wash., Livestock Auction. Trade active with good demand.
Pocatello school plans potato semester
Pocatello school plans potato semester
Students at the Pocatello Community Charter School in southeast Idaho have started a semester-long, in-depth study of potatoes, with help from local spud industry officials.
Fair contest keeps youngsters involved in local beef industry
Fair contest keeps youngsters involved in local beef industry
About a dozen youngsters competed in a special class at the Tehama District Fair in Red Bluff, Calif., for calves and steers that were born and bred within the county. Local cattlemen sponsor the project to keep the youth involved in the area's beef...
Senate report says WOTUS expanding federal control
A Senate committee report this weeks details EPA and Corps actions that are eviscerating agricultural exemptions in the Clean Water Act despite the agencies' previous assurances that wouldn't happen under the WOTUS rule.
S. Idaho food hub looks to keep rolling
S. Idaho food hub looks to keep rolling
South-central Idaho has had phenomenal success in growing its food manufacturing sector and is now on the fast-track of garnering federal assistance to tackle some obstacles to further growth.
Wheat farmers ask RMA for help with falling numbers
Wheat farmers ask RMA for help with falling numbers
Wheat industry is asking the USDA Risk Management Agency for help with calculating farmers' actual production history.
New cover crop blends target specific soil-health needs
New cover crop blends target specific soil-health needs
Businesses that offer cover crop seed are focusing on seed blends intenced to provide specific soil-health benefits, geared to specific regions and crop rotations.

Marketplace

State

Washington wolf activities go beyond Profanity Peak pack
While the hunt for the Profanity Peak continues, wolves have been active elsewhere in Washington this summer.
Fair contest keeps youngsters involved in local beef industry
About a dozen youngsters competed in a special class at the Tehama District Fair in Red Bluff, Calif., for calves and steers that were born and bred...
S. Idaho food hub looks to keep rolling
New cover crop blends target specific soil-health needs
Prosecution in standoff trial turns its case to guns

Nation/World

Western fluid milk and cream review
The weighted average regional price in the Northwest is $1.99.
National wool and sheep price report
Slaughter ewes were mostly steady. Feeder lambs were weak in a light test.
Western hay price report
West Coast grain price report
California shell egg price report

Ag Sectors

Pocatello school plans potato semester
Students at the Pocatello Community Charter School in southeast Idaho have started a semester-long, in-depth study of potatoes, with help from local...
Fair contest keeps youngsters involved in local beef industry
About a dozen youngsters competed in a special class at the Tehama District Fair in Red Bluff, Calif., for calves and steers that were born and bred...
Senate report says WOTUS expanding federal control
Ocean Spray foresees record cranberry crop
USDA approves genetically modified Fuji apple

Opinion

The Monsanto-Bayer merger and ‘Big Ag’
The proposed sale of Monsanto to Bayer will get a thorough vetting.
Farmers get a chance to rate the Capital Press
Capital Press staffers ask some of our readers how we can do a better job.
Boards, commissions must represent all of Oregon
Monumental damage in Malheur County
Klamath dam removal vote a victory for citizens

Special Sections

Winemaker focuses on tradition, not trends
The lesson for the winemaker “is simply to focus on producing quality wines and not to chase trends,” Robbie Meyer of Murrieta's Well...
Chateau Ste. Michelle to celebrate 50 years
The property in Woodinville is where visitors can experience the wines, and this is where the white wines are produced. The red wines are produced in...
Vineyard brings new dimension to Pinot
Winery part of Idaho’s burgeoning industry
A computer career derailed by grapes