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Last updated Saturday, March 17 at 2:32
03/16/2018 8:34 AM
They’re not suitable for mechanical harvesting, but a grower and former fieldman says growers can save money with pedestrian...
03/16/2018 8:03 AM
A man has been sentenced to time served and two years of supervised release for his role in the 2016 occupation of the Malheur National...
03/16/2018 8:01 AM
Within the past year, the El Niño effect has dissipated, and other longer-term climate cycles are shifting back toward a more...
03/16/2018 7:53 AM
Many banks refuse to do business with marijuana growers, processors and sellers because marijuana is still a controlled substance...
03/16/2018 6:15 AM
Locks at Ice Harbor and Lower Monumental dams, currently closed for annual maintenance, have delayed their return-to-service dates...
03/15/2018 11:01 AM
Ted Birdseye has lost animals to the predators, but is still trying to keep ahead of them.
03/15/2018 7:07 AM
Alexis Taylor, director of the Oregon Department of Agriculture, reflects on her first year on the job.
03/15/2018 12:11 PM
Prosecutors did not view the case as an instance of poaching, but rather illegal trapping.
03/15/2018 8:26 AM
The Oregon Farm Bureau is keeping a close eye on a new lawsuit filed March 13 by three environmental groups, which seeks to protect...
03/15/2018 7:05 AM
An Oregon winery has donated $6 million to bolster Linfield College’s interdisciplinary approach to wine studies.
03/15/2018 7:02 AM
A state agency has released a report that shows Portland faces mass casualties and billions of dollars in building damages if a massive...
03/14/2018 1:50 PM
The appeal cites both the loss of farmland and the potential for the site to be used for handling crude oil or natural gas.
03/14/2018 6:56 AM
Authorities say a truck hauling cattle crashed in Central Oregon, killing some of the 84 animals
03/14/2018 5:43 AM
Oregon’s Douglas County will make 22,500 acres of farm and forest land available for rural housing, down from the original...
03/13/2018 3:01 PM
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has declared a drought emergency for Klamath County, which is so far experiencing just 45 percent of its usual...
03/13/2018 9:13 AM
Retired Oregon State University researcher Porter Lombard honored with new wine grape planting.
03/13/2018 5:16 AM
Environmental groups filed a petition Monday with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to add the Siskiyou Mountains salamander to...
03/13/2018 8:16 AM
Oregon’s 30-year-old policy limits police from cooperating with federal immigration efforts.
03/13/2018 5:07 AM
Agritourism business supports hunger relief by donating portion of ticket sales and merchandise proceeds to Oregon nonprofits.
03/12/2018 12:51 PM
The bids for this year’s lineup of bulls ranged from a high of $11,000 down to $2,000.
03/09/2018 11:43 AM
Late-season snow near the Oregon-California border a welcome sight, but the snowpack is still less than half of what an average winter...
03/09/2018 5:56 AM
Oregon wheat officials announced they have signed onto letter, along with 33 other state and national groups, to U.S. Trade Representative...
03/09/2018 7:58 AM
Shelly Boshart Davis is involved in groups such as the Oregon Seed Council, Oregon Aglink, Oregon Women for Agriculture and the Oregon...
03/09/2018 4:27 AM
The new brewhouse at Oregon State University’s fermentation science program is nearly commissioned and ready to start making...
03/08/2018 5:22 AM
Exemptions for common farming practices in Oregon’s Willamette Valley are targeted in an environmentalist lawsuit over federal...
Beef is not able to match the others for quanity, but they do a good job of showing the family side of ranch bussiness.
Last updated Saturday, March 17 at 2:32
03/17/2018 9:00 AM
Max Armstrong and Steve Bridge offer a look at National Ag Day, new tech with Chad Colby, the upcoming outdoor farm shows and a planting...
03/17/2018 2:25 AM
Steers and heifers traded lower this week but there were instances of higher prices at some markets
03/16/2018 9:05 PM
Changes to how USDA assesses carcass maturity are likely helping more cattle grade at the highest level.
03/16/2018 8:58 PM
Demand continued strongest for grazing cattle, while softer futures prices and expected supply increases dampened the market for...
03/16/2018 4:00 PM
Viptera settlement details made public, farm bill draft on hold and drought increases in Kansas. (audio)
03/16/2018 8:14 AM
Max Armstrong offers insight into the value of the feed industry to agriculture
03/15/2018 1:21 PM
With the possibility of a dry spring leading to an even drier summer, getting the most out of your hay is critical.
03/15/2018 1:16 PM
Are those expensive vitamins really necessary? Or just a luxury that you can get by without?
03/15/2018 1:03 PM
You can use relevant tools to change mature cow size. But, before you do so, be sure to examine the strategies and tools available,...
03/15/2018 12:50 PM
Producers used a lot of hay last year, leading to lower year-end inventories. With continued drought this year, what’s in store?
03/15/2018 12:38 PM
Ed Czerwien, market analyst based in Amarillo, Texas, offers a concise summary of how last week's beef trade impacted the cattle...
03/15/2018 12:32 PM
It seems like a story on repeat. More feeder cattle come to town as drought condition pushed more cattle of wheat pastures.
03/15/2018 7:45 AM
Max Armstrong talks corned beef, consumers and remembers a Midwest celebrity
03/14/2018 4:16 PM
USDA proposes changes to the nation’s school lunch program and invites the public to comment on the new guidelines.
03/14/2018 3:11 PM
Everyone deals with government agencies, whether at the local, state or federal level. Make them your allies, and everyone’s world...
03/14/2018 7:45 AM
Max Armstrong explores an interesting consumer conundrum when it comes to eating meat
03/13/2018 5:52 PM
With calving season underway, here is the skinny on the importance of colostrum for newborn calves.
03/12/2018 11:00 AM
Following a few simple management techniques will help your cows breed back in a timely matter and stay bred.
03/13/2018 12:44 PM
The feedlot cattle trade was mostly steady to $1 higher.
03/13/2018 8:00 AM
Bambermycins are not absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract, suppress detrimental microorganisms and promote beneficial gut health....
03/13/2018 7:45 AM
Max Armstrong looks at state laws, food rules and interstate commerce
03/12/2018 2:42 PM
To create new opportunities in rural America, USDA is working to bring improved internet service to the flyover states.
03/12/2018 2:11 PM
Already this year, wildfires have burned a huge chunk of ranchland. Could this year be worse than last year? That and more awaits...
03/12/2018 7:45 AM
Max Armstrong tells the story of one business that wants the government to define the egg
03/11/2018 5:18 PM
Want to promote beef and earn scholarship money (or do you know a young person who would)? Check out this upcoming regional beef...
03/10/2018 12:36 PM
Calf and feeder prices soften this week
03/10/2018 10:00 AM
Max Armstrong goes solo this week and talks about a lot of news out of Washington and its impact on agribusiness. We also hear about...
03/09/2018 9:53 PM
U.S. beef export value in January averaged $293.06 per head of fed slaughter, up 14% year over year.
03/09/2018 9:49 PM
Despite strong current fundamentals, looming beef supplies are weighing on market psychology.
03/09/2018 5:00 PM
Bill Northey finally sworn in, Ag Economy Barometer rises again, tariffs and Chinese hog prices among items making news this week.