An incoming weather system is also beginning to spread freezing rain across a broad swath of the Cascades, Central Washington and southwest Washington.
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife releases report on the $134,999 operation to kill seven w
Washingon Senate committee warned: Responding to state Supreme Court rulngs will get you in hot wate
Idaho, Montana, Wyoming and Washington state are taking part in the study to find out if the animals can be reintroduced to some regions.
A Washington Association of Wheat Growers forum Jan. 31 in Colfax, Wash., will discuss falling number with farmers.
Two federal agencies are pushing ahead with an effort to restore grizzly bears to the North Cascades in Washington. An Okanogan County commissioner says he hopes the new Trump administration stops it.
Federal veterinary feed rules will make a difference for pork producers.
Washington Cattlemen's Association director Jack Field is moving over to lead the Washington Cattle Feeders Association
The farm labor association WAFLA is holding labor meetings in Washington and Oregon in coming weeks.
Washington Department of Agriculture Director Derek Sandison describes for lawmakers his department's response to the wheat industry's 'falling numbers' problem
With national holdings of Red Delicious and Gala up over a year ago, there may still be downward pressure on Washington apple prices. USDA tracking shows prices the same as a month ago.
Researchers have found jointed goatgrass resistant to Beyond herbicide in Eastern Washington.
The Pacific Northwest agricultural industry will discuss herbicide resistance developing in weeds at a Jan. 24 listening session in Pasco, Wash.
The hatchery’s permit expired in 1979 and it did not have a new permit.