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China and Mexico putting in some large orders in the grains over the last couple days, which has really given the commodities a nice boost
A non-transgenic SU canola.
If you are noticing a lot of pumpkins heading down the highway, it’s harvest time in Washington State, and I was able to catch up with Christopher Mertz the Regional Director of the USDA and the NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS SERVICE known as NASS to ask him to be kind enough to give us a harvest update,
I’m Susan Allen . Like people, some horses and ponies have the propensity to gain weight and like their human counterparts, this brings with it a host of health issues. Teff is becoming more and more popular especially on the West side with the horse show crowd as a forage alternative. Here is Natalie Shaw, a teff specialists with WSU. Shaw is currently looking for growers fro the 2017 season for more information on Teff contact Natalie.shaw @wsu.edu
Most ranchers have experienced that more than usually alert cow — you know the one whose head always seems to be higher than the rest of the herd and is more owlie to be around?
New research finds way to reduce salmonella by 90 percent in meat products.
Can cattle contract Lyme's disease?
Last week China announced that it had lifted the ban against the import of U.S. beef. That is an important first step.
Grey Wolf Recovery