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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, OSU debunks Christmas tree maintenance myths, state snowpack well below average, ranchers testing new wolf deterrent strategy, nutrient management grants issued by WSDA, and families paying more for this year’s Christmas trees. OSU Debunks Christmas Tree Maintenance Myths Everyone has their preferred methods of caring for and extending the […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, agriculture in Washington reaches $10.6 billion, new gene discovered at OSU, tax tips for farmers designed to ease financial stress, poultry owners asked to vaccinate, and thousands of gardening tips now available online. Washington Ag Totals $10.6 Billion in 2017 Washington state agriculture production increased from 2016 to 2017 […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, Oregon proposes new wolf management rules, farmers celebrated, super oysters created, USDA plans to relocate, and U.S. meat exports beat last year’s earnings. Oregon Proposing to Craft New Rules for Wolf Management Both rancher and conservation groups may be working together to help form new guidelines for managing wolfs […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, severe drought continues to affect Oregon and Washington, ranchers may get grazing relief, trade agreements good news for U.S. cattle producers, grant awarded to WSU, and OSU shares poinsettia growing tips. Northwest Drought Triples in Size According to a U.S. Drought Monitor report, the drought in Oregon covers almost […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, wolves to be killed in Colville National Forest, planning ahead now makes for great tomatoes next year, troubled dairies appointed to trustee, Washington potato farmers expecting great yields, and a Colville National Forest plan is under scrutiny. WDFW to Target Wolves in Colville National Forest A Thurston County judge […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, pear production at historic levels, scientists received $1.8 million in funding to study evaporation, USDA disputes misleading article, growers watching closely for western yellow-striped army worm, and historic Oregon farms honored. Pacific Northwest Pears on the Rise According to harvest forecasts, Pacific Northwest fresh pear production is up 1.3 […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, questions about food preservation answered by professionals, wheat export demands expected to increase, farmers encouraged to join leadership programs, a good year for cherry growers, and white-birch trees in jeopardy from infestation. OSU Opens Food Preservation Hotline Oregon State University Extension Service opened its Food Preservation hotline on July […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, Scio hosts sheepdog competition, OSU offers fertilizer advice, wolf data being kept confidential, profits still expected for Northwest growers, and government aid could be offered to farmers facing tariffs. Scio Hosts Sheepdog Competition A Scio farm hosted a United States Border Collie Handler’s Association certified event held over several […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, reports show El Niño could be heading our way, a new blood test could predict bovine clinical mastitis, farm bill passes U.S. House, growers told to watch out for stripe rust in Washington state, and bats are being hailed for eating harmful insects. National Weather Service Predicts El Niño […]

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Coastal Ag News Roundup for June 14th

Coastal Ag News Roundup

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, agriculture is today’s high-tech industry, Oregon leads trade mission to China, wheat growers strengthen ties to Japan, town fights back against invading crickets, and online fleece auctions result in quick sales. High Tech Now Includes Agriculture High tech is changing the way farmers, ranchers, and growers are raising crops […]

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Coastal Ag News Roundup for June 14th

Coastal Ag News Roundup

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, stripe rust found in Eastern Oregon, native birds okay with human-made ecosystems, judge dismisses 15-year old grazing lawsuit, some leaders want to rejoin the TPP, and Colombia River treaty negotiations to begin late 2018. Stripe Rust Arrives Late Oregon State University researchers announced that stripe rust will have less […]

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Coastal Ag News Roundup for June 14th

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, Washington State University researchers find way to save honey bees, ecosystems may be destabilizing, ranchers given permission to kill wolves, large Oregon dairy ordered to allow auction of its livestock, and coastal martens face extinction.  WSU Researchers Working to Save Honey Bees Washington State University researchers have developed a […]

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Coastal Ag News Roundup for June 14th

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, uncertainty for Oregon wheat growers, rural areas to get better broadband internet, how the new South Korean trade deal will affect northwest farmers, ODA director visits all 36 Oregon counties, and Washington asparagus growers need people for possible early harvest. NE Oregon Wheat Trade Deals with Uncertainty Wheat farmers […]

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Coastal Ag News Roundup for June 14th

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, cutting and leaving western juniper not having intended effect on invasive grasses, Washington’s wolf population grows again, gypsy moth plan out for public comment, wolves impact Oregon rancher, and millions issued to protect and grow job opportunities in Washington state. Invasive Grasses May Increase with Cutting of Western Juniper […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, Washington apple growers to employ further market research, raw milk gets new study, snow pack in Washington at average, lawmakers block carbon tax, free social media app created to connect farmers and ranchers with the world. Washington Apple Industry May Need More Marketing Research The number of specialized apples […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, study proves salmon use geomagnetic fields, stricter mercury limits coming to Oregon, new livestock district postponed in Umatilla County, wolf-livestock projects get grant funding, and fairs recognized as economic drivers in Washington state. Researchers Discover Salmon Use Geomagnetic Field as Hatchlings Scientists with the Oregon Hatchery Research Center, a […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, $4.4 million set aside for wildfire prevention, spotted owls get protection from other owls, grants available for Washington state specialty crops, Northwest potato growers regain market, and grazing rights threatened to protect a plant. Feds Hoping to Reduce Oregon Wildfire Risk   The U.S. Forest Service and USDA Natural […]

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Coastal Ag News Roundup for January 24, 2016

Coastal Ag News Roundup

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, automation to redefine the agricultural workplace, organic blueberries are big business in the Pacific Northwest, no new ag wells being approved in the Walla Walla sub-basin, Washington state hops account for majority of U.S. harvest, and environmental changes affecting coastal fish. Salem Company Says Automation Will Redefine Not Replace […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, worker visa program not fully supported, optimal rainfall mapped, Northwest wheat exports on the rise, agriculture censes mailing soon, and wolves attack a llama in Union County.   H-2C Plan Not Fully Supported A House bill proposing a new visa guest-worker program isn’t fully supported by agricultural employers who […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, Christmas tree permits now available, EPA awards OSU scientist, farming machinery values reach bottom, wolf attacks being investigated in Idaho, and a wet and cold winter possible in the Northwest. Get Your National Forest Christmas Tree Permits The perfect Christmas tree is waiting to be found it in the […]

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