All wheat futures were up on Thursday.
Idahoan Kaitlyn Farrington won the women’s snowboard halfpipe in the recent Sochi Olympics competition.
This is the weekend that we turn back the clock one hour in observance of Daylight Saving Time. Daylight hours will be extended into the evening– a welcome change in the clock for many people tired of the dark, gray days of winter.
I’ve heard ranchers whose cattle pasture on land with wolves discuss the unseen expense of cattle being exposed to wolves — cows being more aggressive, decreased pregnancy rates and lighter calves.
FDA says proposed food label changes will “help consumers make more informed choices about the foods they eat and help support a healthy diet”.
Progress is being made on a couple of trade deals.
There have been some changes to the GRAS2P program.
If you have been following the lawsuit of two Oregon blueberry farmers against the Department of Labor over blatant misuse of its “hot goods” powers, you know that recently U.S. Magistrate Judge Thomas Coffin issued a ruling vacating so-called consent agreements between U.S. Department of Labor and the two farms.
The McGregor Company awareded Excellence IN Agriculture at Spokane Ag Expo