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The dead Asian giant hornet found in Snohomish County, Wash., left no clue to its origin or whether there are survivors nearby, state Department of Agriculture entomologist Sven Spichiger said…

The company violated the Packers and Stockyards Act for failure to pay for purchased cattle in a timely manner.

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Despite the industry facing COVID-19 limitations, tariffs and port challenges over the past year, increased consumer demand for almonds has led to an all-time high volume of shipments.

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The state Department of Fish and Wildlife is seeking tips to identify the person who shot a wolf in northeast Washington last month.

Longtime soil researcher Rich Koenig is stepping in as interim dean of Washington State University's College of Agricultural, Human and Natural Resource Sciences, replacing Andre-Denis Wright,…

The report cited higher cow inventories for the gain in 2021 output and continued gains in milk per cow more than offsetting a slight reduction in the dairy cow herd for 2022.

The June 10 shutoff came after midseason suspensions — and as the high-altitude region failed to get meaningful additional precipitation or runoff timed to extend the season slightly.

Idaho Cherry Commission Chairman Sally Symms said she expects production in the state to be about 40% higher than last year, when heavy frost in late spring damaged much of the crop.

The bill would establish a dedicated office at USDA’s to investigate anticompetitive practices in the meat and poultry industries.

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MEACHAM — Wolf numbers in the northern Blue Mountains continue to increase, as does the risk to livestock and the dogs that protect and herd them.

The Oregon State University Extension Service in Union County his warning cherry tree owners of the impending emergence of the first adult western cherry fruit flies in the county.

ENTERPRISE — The Oregon State Grange is holding its 148th annual State Grange Convention in Enterprise from Saturday, June 19, through Thursday, June 24, according to a press release.

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In 127 years of record-keeping, only the spring of 1924 was drier statewide, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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NORTH LAS VEGAS (AP) — Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm said the Biden administration wants to see lithium needed for electric cars to be mined “in a responsible way" that respects the en…

STANFIELD — One bad run during the Northwest Region regular season kept Josie Goodrich from possibly winning the barrel racing and all-around titles, but she and her horse Keeper still perform…

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The infestation marks the second discovery of sudden oak death outside Oregon’s 515-square-mile quarantine area this year, after an outbreak was confirmed in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National …

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The Environmental Protection Agency said it won't return to the 2015 Obama administration's WOTUS definition, but will revert to the pre-Obama rule and then write a new one.

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Both the Joseph Canyon and Dry Creek fires started sometime between June 3-4 in the area's rugged and remote terrain. Despite coming in early June, Matt Howard, Wallowa Unit forester for the O…

The absence of high-quality food and feeling a desire to “deeply root themselves to a place” led Quinn Richards and Theus Weiskopf to stop traveling and pursue their interest in growing food.

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LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — Wine grape growers in Texas and surrounding states filed a lawsuit last week against drug-maker Bayer-Monsanto and chemical giant BASF for the damage their cotton herbici…

The investigation, which began in May 2020, is focused on whether anticompetitive practices have led to the disparity between the prices of live cattle and wholesale beef.

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The new, 3,000-square-foot dairy plant will be used as a research laboratory and hands-on classroom for students and faculty, an educational space for the community, an incubator for dairy sta…