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The value of Washington's agricultural production was $10.2 billion in 2020, a 7% increase over the year before and the most in five years, according to the USDA's National Agricultural Statis…

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Prosecutors have charged Rick T. Gray with bank fraud, wire fraud, mail fraud, unjust enrichment and violating the False Claims Act. Gray's false statements netted him at least $540,028, prose…

Capay Mills, produces dozens of heritage and varietal wheat flours and mills corn for polenta, grits and cornmeal, along with non-wheat flours such as barley, millet, rye and buckwheat. All ar…

The stopgap spending bill includes $10 billion in agricultural disaster aid through the Wildfire and Hurricane Indemnity Program Plus in 2020 and 2021, according to NAWG.

Samuel Porgesz, the manager of a kosher bakery in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, said Hasidic Jews have meticulous requirements to make sure the wheat they use is kosher under Jewi…

Seth Klann makes beer from scratch from his base of operations at Brad Klann Farm near Madras. That is, he actually grows the ingredients he uses to produce the beer sold at his tap house. Tha…

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The USDA Risk Management Agency has announced the crop insurance harvest prices for wheat. The agency will use a price of $9.86 per bushel for winter wheat and $9.21 per bushel for spring wheat.

ENTERPRISE — In a year when farmers are hurting because of the drought, related businesses also are feeling the heat as producers are struggling to harvest the meager crops that shippers such …

Wheat stripe rust in the eastern Pacific Northwest this year is at the lowest level since USDA Agricultural Research Service research geneticist Xianming Chen began working in the region more …

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The USDA Risk Management Agency is taking a closer look at wheat prices in response to farmers' concerns about lower prices for crop insurance coverage compared to elevator prices.

Hot and dry weather has impacted many crops, but weeds are still flourishing, says a Washington State University weed researcher.

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According to Umatilla County property records, The McGregor Co., a Colfax, Wash.-based agronomy and seed company, bought McKennon Station from PGG on July 20 for $924,720.

ISDA could accept license applications from growers and handler-processors from mid-October through year’s end if USDA approval comes when anticipated.

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Washington Gov. Jay Inslee declared a drought emergency Wednesday, though there appears to be little that can be done for the hardest-hit part of the state other than pray for rain.