“In 2014, my son Andy called me and said, ‘I want to come home and farm,’” says Dave Baldus. For Dave, it was essential that Andy kept his day job until they had a plan. “I needed Andy to know what he was coming home to.”
With seed farms and production facilities in nine states, CSS Farms stretches across the U.S. and it prides itself on having a culture of “doing it right.”
The majority of California’s sunflower crop is grown in the Sacramento Valley, mostly for seed production.
It is a relatively small volume crop, grown on about 10,000 acres in California, but garbanzo beans are still significant because the variety grown is the large, cream colored bean used by the…
The root cellar at Wild Hare Organic Farm is finally full this year. After two years, “we could grow through winter with confidence and load up the root cellar without worry, because it was fu…
Two decades ago, the water coming out of the Yakima River during irrigation season was so muddy that researchers weren’t sure they could ever clean it up.
STAYTON, Ore. — Rebecca McCoun, like most watershed council leaders, walks a thin line between environmental and agricultural concerns. In 2018, that walk became increasingly important as the …
A new $900,000 head gate is modernizing the New Sweden Irrigation District in eastern Idaho. It replaces a 127-year-old structure that withstood a devastating flood when the Teton Dam burst in 1976.
When you're at the Spokane Ag Expo and Pacific Northwest Farm Forum, don't be surprised if FFA students stop to ask you a few questions about the show.
Bruce Vincent’s family logging company recently purchased its first timber sale from the U.S. Forest Service in 15 years.
Pacific Northwest farmers are likely to see normal or above-normal precipitation this year, weatherman Art Douglas predicts.
A new booth at the Spokane Ag Expo will feature two regional products that could potentially change agriculture around the world.
Melisa Paul is the new director of the Spokane Ag Expo and Pacific Northwest Farm Forum.
Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich will explain new state gun requirements during the Spokane Ag Expo and Pacific Northwest Farm Forum.
A local charity wants to cultivate a relationship with area farmers.
Mark Lidbeck, who has been teaching first aid and CPR courses for 40 years, returns to the Spokane Ag Expo and Pacific Northwest Farm Forum again this year.
Randy Fortenbery says he gets grain market trends right more often than he gets them wrong.
“When Lucien asked me years ago to be his successor, it was a great honor, that he believed in me enough to take on his family’s history and legacy for years to come. Keeping Crown Hill Farm o…