An environmentalist lawsuit alleges that grazing should stop in Washington’s Colville National Forest until the U.S. Forest Service re-analyze…
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The case has drawn the attention of ranchers across the West who have traditionally believed federal grazing preferences are tied to “base” ranch property regardless of permit status.
A new test method that detects a gene-edited canola cultivar has raised the possibility that other crops developed through similar techniques can also be identified.
Aside from experience, grass seed farmers are often equipped with six-wheel-drive military-style fire trucks, as well as three-quarter-ton pickups outfitted with water tanks — numerous such vehicles descended on the area to extinguish blazes that erupted in brush and tree stands.
The Oregon Court of Appeals has overturned a land use decision that prohibited Linn County from rezoning a 108-acre property so it could be di…
A bankruptcy judge has approved the settlement deal between the former NORPAC cooperative and nearly 100 member farms, which means they’ll soon collectively receive $4.5 million.
The Oregon Court of Appeals has reversed an earlier ruling that annulled a 17,000-acre portion of a livestock district, which Curry County ranchers complained was disruptive.