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Vantage-Northwest is the precision farming branch of Agri-Service with nine locations throughout Idaho, and Washington. We are your local precision agriculture expert on the full suite of Trim…

Driving up and down the Willamette Valley it is obvious that the hazelnut industry is growing. The reason? Consumers around the world are finding the flavor of this unique nut improves and enh…

For those new to precision ag, the one technology that can offer the fastest ROI is guidance and steering. Trimble guidance displays help you accurately monitor and map field information in re…

Vantage-Northwest is the precision farming branch of Agri-Service with nine locations throughout Idaho and Washington. We are your local precision agriculture expert on the full suite of Trimb…

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Many people are looking to sell a highly appreciated rental property, commercial real estate property, farm, or business. They all face a similar dilemma. When the sale is completed, depending…

Several years ago the engineers at John Deere were presented with a new challenge: build a bigger, faster and more efficient combine that farmers with the most acreage could use.

Almost every real estate investor has heard of a 1031 Exchange — a provision in the U.S. tax code that allows for the deferral of capital gains on the sale of real estate when it is exchanged …

Old MacDonald had a farm. ... He was a fourth-generation farmer who had inherited the family farm. His income had grown to $120,000 per year. He was getting aged and wanted to sell the farm an…

At the SAGE Center you discover where your food begins. From a farm to your table, we explore each step. Our mission is hands-on learning and education through our one-of-a-kind exhibits.

In one version of the future, beef and dairy animals are disease-free, fruits and vegetables are resistant to viruses, potatoes taste better and last longer, and wheat has no gluten or allerge…

On Sept. 14, 1960, President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed legislation that created a new approach to income-producing real estate investment — a manner in which the best attributes of real esta…

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Chad Higgins, an Oregon State University agricultural engineering professor, stands beneath a 30-foot steel tower in the middle of a hazelnut orchard a few miles southwest of Amity, and points…

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Farmers who are still not comfortable with technology are not alone. Agriculture is one of the last bastions of old-fashioned techniques, its practitioners preferring to grab a clod of dirt to…

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SALEM, Ore. — Over the past 70 years, fiber flax, once a major crop in the Willamette Valley, has virtually vanished from Oregon. But a new initiative called Fibrevolution aims to revive this …

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CORVALLIS, Ore. — Jean Hall has experienced firsthand the impact that receiving a competitive grant from the Agricultural Research Foundation has had on her studies.

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HARRISBURG, Ore. — Stephen Demergasso has plans for Detering Orchards. In his one year of ownership, Demergasso has added an agritainment aspect to the 120-acre orchard by bringing in a bar, t…

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Corvallis, Ore. — Giant wood beams, hewn from ancient cedar, Douglas fir and pine, once braced Oregon’s largest homes and business buildings. But as the large trees disappeared from the market…

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Farmers in Washington, Oregon and Idaho grow a lot of alfalfa hay for dairies and for export. Alfalfa is an important part of Washington state’s $539 million hay industry, grown on more than 4…