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The Central WA State Fair Has A New Feature This Year- An Interrupting Cow

The Central Washington State Fair begins in Yakima in just a couple of days, and last night, I got a sneak peek! It was so cool to see all of the workers setting up the rides, as well as seeing some of the animals already settling in to their new homes in pens for the next two weeks...

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Farmers Association To Announce Grain Harvest Results
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Wheat Farmers Cheering Trade Action Against China

Census Bureau data released last Thursday showed median household income in non-metro areas of the United States had increased by 3.4 percent in 2015 and poverty rates had fallen...

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Farmers Reconsider GMO Revolution

WSJ reports that farmers reconsider the GMO revolution and that behind the wave of multi-billion dollar mergers is a moment of change for the American farmer...

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Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller Boycotts NFL

Texas Tribune reports since 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick first took a knee during the national anthem two weeks ago,.Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller objected to his protest by stating he would boycott the NFL and not watch any games until the league requires players stand for the national anthem...

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High Quality in Napa Wine Grape Harvest

Like wine? Well the first phase of the Napa Valley harvest is over and growers report average or better yields and high-quality fruit. According to Farm Press, last week growers had picked most of their 2016 chardonnay, pinot noir and sauvignon blanc grapes and were just beginning to harvest their merlot and other earlier red varieties...

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California Agriculture Faces Challenges As Drought Continues
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High-protein Wheat In High Demand

Agrimoney reports that High-protein wheat will continue in high demand, after disappointing quality levels in the US hard red winter wheat harvest, Rabobank said...

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WA State Grower, H-2A Lawsuit Moves Forward; Trump in Mexico

A class action lawsuit against a large Washington state fruit and vegetable grower is moving forward after a ruling by the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals...

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Ag Groups Urge California’s Gov. To Veto Worker Overtime Bill

Growers associations in California are urging Gov. Jerry Brown to veto the bill that recently passed the California Assembly that would make California the first state in the U...

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Uninsured Family Of Farmers Plans To Opt Out Of Affordable Health Care Act
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A Third of Of Farm Operators Are at Least Age 65

Successful Farming writes that the USDA never found how an experimental GMO variety by Monsanto ended up on a farm in eastern Oregon in 2013, and it is again stumped by 22 stalks of a sister strain found recently in Washington state...

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Farmers Lose Big Due to H-2A Workers

A genetic revolution in software is helping cattle produces obtain higher-accuracy expected progeny differences. BOLT is a new software adopted by International Genetic Solutions (IGS) to conduct its National Cattle Evaluation (NCE)...

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Daily Farmers Struggle Due To Falling Prices Of Milk In Spain
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New Balers, Spray Technology Add to Stack of New Options for Farmers

Vermeer is rolling out two new balers. The company is introducing the new 504R Signature baler and the 604 Pro silage baler. This baler is designed for the operator who primarily bales dry hay but also wants to be able to put up a healthy dose of wet hay This makes the 504R Signature the ultimate fit for most hay operations requiring 5-foot-by-4-foot bales...

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Cover Crop Acreage UP

The FDA has awarded grants up to $1.5 million to help tribal operations and local food producers receive appropriate food safety training. Agri-Pulse reports that a new survey shows cover crops get rave reviews from producers that plant them, while those that don't, are skeptical of their benefits...

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