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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, state agency offers grants to rehab historic barns, pollen counts abundant in many crops, pesticide-handling rules could change for farm families, rabbits on San Juan Islands could be at danger from virus, and OSU research funding soars. Historic Barn Funding Now Available From the Washington Ag Network, the Washington […]

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Current Agricultural News, Stories, and Reports for the week of September 4, 2019

  In this week’s Ag News Roundup, farmers and ranchers support philanthropy, sudden oak disease still under wraps in Curry county, wheat harvest wraps up across the Northwest, WSDA shares ag statistics, and boosting numbers of Coho could bring positive economic benefits. Farm Bureau Members Support Philanthropy Members of the American Farm Bureau Federation are […]

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Current Agricultural News, Stories, and Reports for the week of August 21st, 2019

  In today’s Ag News Roundup, relaxed ditch cleaning bill passed in Oregon, solar panels found to work best on ag land, controlling pests in your garden starts with careful examination, states want to boost women ag business opportunities, and wolves spotted in eastern Oregon. Oregon Passes Ditch Cleaning Bill According to the Capital Press, […]

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Current Agricultural News, Stories, and Reports for the week of August 11, 2019

  In today’s Ag News Roundup, gray wolves could be removed from endangered list, water conservation key to irrigation prosperity, how to grow baby corn, bee deaths examined, and farmers offered microloans from Oregon co-op. American Farm Bureau Want to Remove Wolf Species from Endangered List The American Farm Bureau Federation has stated that the […]

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Coastal Ag News Roundup – 07-16-19

Current Agricultural News, Stories, and Reports

  In today’s Ag News Roundup, ranchers in Oregon urged to be proactive in dealing with wolf populations, OSU food preservation hotline now open, WDFW authorizes wolf exterminations, weed pulling advice from the experts, and Washington state ag outlook robust. SW Oregon Ranchers Encouraged to be Proactive with Wolf Populations Representatives from Wildlife Services speaking […]

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In today’s Ag News Roundup, overtime pay for farm workers, consumers becoming leery of some organic labels, drought discussed by Washington lawmakers, free parking at state parks for some Oregon students, and USDA hires more researchers to help local farmers. Overtime Pay for Farmworkers Discussed by Washington Supreme Court The Washington Supreme Court has said […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, water-free gardening possible, foreign ownership of U.S. farmland under scrutiny, new plan to eradicate invasive stink bugs could work, updates to H-2A passed, and drought conditions continue for western Washington. OSU Finds Home Gardening without Irrigation Can Be Done According to OSU Extension Service Master Gardeners, growing vegetables without […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, landscaping the key to protecting homes from wildfires,  farmers to receive aid amid trade war, federal court sides with water rights for farmers, landowners could soon clean more ditch debris on Oregon lands, and reservoir draining helps eliminate invasive fish. OSU Offers Advice on Protecting Homes from Wildfires With […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, wolves kill another calf in Oregon, more women working in farming, OSU shares sustainable gardening tips, economists examine tariff effects on farming, and cap and trade debate continues in Oregon legislature. Oregon Wolf Pack Kills Calf in Baker County The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) says the […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, Northwest agriculture industry continues to grow, Washington state to fund faster rural internet, the future of frogs may be in jeopardy due to stressed tadpoles, huge Oregon dairy wants to harness natural gas, and OSU shares ways to control apple scab. Northwest Ag Continues to Grow From the Capital […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, landowners in Skagit County able to charge elk hunters, soil temperatures best indicator for garden planning, New Zealand uses robots to harvest apples, wolves attack livestock in Baker County, and necessary forest thinning planned in Mt. Hood National Forest. Deal Made Concerning Skagit County Elk In a deal between […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, water allotment less than expected in Washington, cougar management updated, how to encourage hummingbirds, new tax could affect Washington farmers, and mason bees take flight early in the season. Water Allotment Gets Trimmed in Washington State According to the Washington Ag Network, junior rights holders are expected to get […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, wolves discovered in western Oregon, Wallowa County ranches seeing more women in leadership roles, summer onion harvests start with March planting, Washington makes a statement on gray wolves, and the Northwest Horse Fair and Expo is once again a huge success. Wolves Discovered in Western Oregon A new, previously […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, gray wolves may be taken off endangered species list, pesticide use in schools decreasing, Yakima basin may see some water shortages, a wolf on the Oregon coast kills 23 sheep, and red alder trees may be key to healthier forests. Fed Plans to Delist Wolves from Endangered Species List […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, action needed to curb wolves in Washington, advice on saving struggling plants, new wheat fights celiac disease, farmers offended by proposed bill in Washington, and U.S. crop production may have outpaced demand. Washington Lawmaker Wants Action on Wolves Washington State Representative Joel Kretz is pushing for legislation or action […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, Oregon Farm Bureau taking on tough challenges, communication key to ag future, experts share pesticide options, broadband coming to rural Washington, and changes to Oregon’s coastal vegetation. Oregon Farm Bureau Taking on New Challenges Sharon Waterman, the new president of the Oregon Farm Bureau has said she is looking […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, Americans will eat 1.3 billion chicken wings this Sunday, AI and ag working together, WSDA hosting gypsy moth open houses, more acreage could be irrigated in Columbia basin, public land grazing not affected by shutdown. More than 1.3 Billion Chicken Wings will Be Eaten During Big Game According to […]

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, counting salmon slime, legislators working for ag, cap and trade a concern in Oregon, milk production expected to slow, and beavers encouraged to build dams on nursery land. Counting Salmon in Alaska Relies on Slime The National Geographic Society has funded a study which has been report in the […]

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Coastal Ag News Roundup

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  In today’s Ag News Roundup, government shutdown affecting USDA programs, gypsy moth treatments planned, trade disputes affecting ag industry, Swiss needle cast intensifies, and Northwest tops nation’s blueberry production. How The Government Shutdown Will Affect USDA The current government shutdown is affecting certain USDA activities, including inspection of meat, poultry, and eggs, grain inspection, […]

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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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