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Brad Wilcox, regional sales manager for Kubota Tractor Corp., said Kubota sells to hobby farmers and contractors, but the commercial farmer has been the company’s bread and butter at the North…

From a national perspective on the impacts of interest rates on rural America to how to save money on energy costs, seminars at the 2019 Northwest Ag Show will investigate a wide range of topi…

At the 2019 Northwest Ag Show, Oregon Ag in the Classroom is launching a push into high schools with its first ever Agricultural Career Expo. The expo will include workshops where presenters w…

Jessica Jansen fell in love with agriculture during her high school FFA years. Its broad range of disciplines led her to earn degrees in agricultural sciences and communications at Oregon Stat…

The Northwest Ag Show’s Tasting Room is a great place to take a load off, raise a glass of regional wine or locally brewed beer and even sample local confections.

You can rely on the Case IH collectors to bring their antique tractors to the Northwest Agricultural Show. And you can count on members of Antique Powerland’s Oregon Vintage Machinery Museum t…

Over the years, Garnet Cooke and Lori Cohen, OSHA compliance officers who present training sessions to farmers on pesticide safety, have resorted to many tactics to interest audiences.

Companies from near and far participate in the Northwest Agricultural Show each year. You can count Mandako Agri in Plum Coulee, Manitoba, Canada, as one of the companies from far.

Oregon leads the nation in Christmas tree production, with more than twice the production of North Carolina, which is ranked second.