Farmers will be able to plant Oregon State University's new malting barley variety Thunder next fall.
FARGO, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota's winter wheat crop is a bit bigger than it was a year ago.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — South Dakota's winter wheat crop is a bit smaller than it was a year ago.
SPOKANE — A longtime grain industry champion and FFA students who are working to spread the word about agriculture to their classmates received were honored during the Spokane Ag Expo.
UNADILLA, Neb. (AP) — Authorities say a man died in southeast Nebraska's Otoe County after climbing into a grain bin to clear a jammed auger.
SPOKANE — Grain prices are likely to be a little higher this year, but not enough to offset higher input costs, an expert says.
When Jerry Robinson started at the Washington Crop Improvement Association 14 years ago, there were about 80 seed varieties in inventory.
The National Wheat Foundation is now accepting entries for the 2019 National Wheat Yield Contest.
Four new varieties have been added to the American Malting Barley Association’s list of recommendations for 2019.
PULLMAN, Wash. — The Washington Grain Commission board has two new members.
SPOKANE — Buyers from overseas sometimes stop in to Glen Squires’ office to talk about the progress of the crop that’s critical to their business: wheat.
U.S. wheat prices are lower than those of competing countries, but experts say it's still a tough export market.
A seminar will help farmers with low pH in their soils in February.
A Washington farmer has won the annual wheat yield contest with more than 200 bushel per acre.
Grains are stated in dollars per bushel or hundredweight (cwt.) except feed grains traded in dollars per ton. National grain report bids are for rail delivery unless truck indicated.
SPOKANE — Two longtime Washington Grain Commissioners will depart the board at the end of the year.
SPOKANE — Kimberly Garland Campbell is the only club wheat breeder in the world.
PORTLAND — Ambassador Gregg Doud arrived in Portland around midnight Nov. 17 after an exhausting 25-hour flight from Morocco in North Africa, where U.S. trade officials spent last week working…
PORTLAND — Limagrain Cereal Seeds, an international agricultural cooperative and fourth-largest seed company in the world, will launch a new line of wheat varieties developed in partnership wi…
PORTLAND — With three times the fiber of oatmeal and a wide assortment of health benefits, barley has the potential to permanently change American food, says Bryce McKay with Highland Specialt…
Adding 10 orcas to Puget Sound over the next decade will require more fish habitat and possibly removing four Lower Snake River dams, according to a report released Nov. 16 by a governor’s tas…
ENDICOTT, Wash. — Author Richard Scheuerman is seeking stories about harvest traditions in the Pacific Northwest.
Jayne Bock may be just 10 days into her new job as technical director at the Portland-based Wheat Marketing Center, but she is already looking to build upon research to strengthen markets for …
Ten more invasive plants may be banished from Washington as threats to agriculture, forests and wetlands by the state Department of Agriculture
SPOKANE — Farmers of different backgrounds must work together to bolster support for future generations, a California grain farmer says.
LEWISTON, Idaho (AP) — Officials say farmers in Idaho and Washington saw above-average returns on wheat crop this year, but lentil prices are plunging.
Two high school students will represent wheat farmers as Washington Wheat Ambassadors for the upcoming year.
The Idaho Barley Commission at its Oct. 25 board meeting in Rupert presented Gongshe Hu with the 2018 Idaho Barley Service Award. He is a barley breeder with the USDA Agricultural Research Ser…
While you’re finding out from the Idaho Crop Improvement Association if the seed you’re about to plant is up to par, you just might hear something about garbanzo beans moving south or even get…
BANGKOK (AP) — The Pacific rim trade pact abandoned by President Donald Trump will take effect at the year’s end after Australia became the sixth nation to ratify it.
University of Idaho Extension in December plans seminars covering the state’s agricultural market outlook.