National Wheat Yield Contest Winners Push for Quality – DTN Nov 14, 2018

    🕔Nov 14, 2018
    A 202.53-bushel wheat yield and a third consecutive win in the National Wheat Yield Contest would satisfy many growers, but Phillip Gross still sees room for improvement.  “I think by […]

    Wheat Market: Harvest Nearing Finish – Variable Yields, High Protein – DTN Aug 21, 2018

    🕔Aug 21, 2018
    As of Friday, Aug. 17, U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) noted in their weekly harvest update that other than a few acres in Wyoming, the 2018 HRW harvest progress is now […]

    White House Pardons Oregon Ranchers after Time Served, Fines Paid – DTN Jul 13, 2018

    🕔Jul 13, 2018
    President Donald Trump on Tuesday granted full pardons to Oregon ranchers Dwight and Steve Hammond, whose conviction and prison sentences over a grass fire led to a high-profile standoff at […]

    EPA Wants Judgement in New York Waters of the U.S. Case – DTN Jul 5, 2018

    🕔Jul 5, 2018
    The EPA is expected to ask a federal judge in New York to rule in its favor on a lawsuit challenging the delay of the 2015 waters of the United […]

    More Grain Dust Explosions Reported Nationwide in 2017 Mar 9, 2018

    🕔Mar 9, 2018
    There were seven reported grain dust explosions at U.S. food and agricultural facilities in 2017, two more than in 2016 but still below the 10-year average of 9.3 explosions per […]

    Livestock: Oklahoma Beef Checkoff Fails – DTN Nov 10, 2017

    🕔Nov 10, 2017
    A vote to increase the Oklahoma beef checkoff by $1 has failed with 2,506 opposing the increase and 1,998 backing the measure. The debate leading up to the vote was […]

    Sportsmen and Conservationists Side Against Trump Decision on Sage Grouse – DTN Oct 10, 2017

    🕔Oct 10, 2017
    Leaders for sportsmen’s and conservation groups in Western states are becoming more critical over the Trump administration’s decision last week to reopen a protection agreement for the greater sage grouse […]

    Weeds: When Conventional and Organic Farming Methods Collide Jul 13, 2017

    🕔Jul 13, 2017
    This spring has been strange in Oregon’s Lane County. “It rained every day. I’m exaggerating, but only by two days,” says farmer Jason Hunton. When Mother Nature rears her ugly […]

    Farm Bureau: Wait, What Did I Just Vote For? Reversal on Conservation Compliance – DTN Jan 12, 2017

    🕔Jan 12, 2017
    Delegates to the American Farm Bureau Federation‘s annual convention here Tuesday voted to maintain the group’s commitment to compliance with government conservation standards as a requirement for crop insurance subsidies […]

    So a Cowboy Rode into… a Walmart Parking Lot – Video Dec 16, 2016

    🕔Dec 16, 2016
    No, it’s not a joke but a real life drama in a small Oregon town. Robert Warba rode his horse to the local Walmart to pick up a bag of dogfood. […]


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