Workers at a Burgerville in Southeast Portland have overwhelmingly approved the formation of a federally-recognized union
Spring calving in North Dakota is two-thirds complete, and death losses remain mostly average to light despite the snowy and cold spring
Kristin Meira, executive director of the Pacific Northwest Waterways Association, says the maintenan
The cold storage and cone-to-pellet processor is new in Idaho hop country
The outbreak has infected 53 people in 16 states.
Livestock prices from around the West
Slaughter lambs were 10.00-20.00 lower, instances 20.00-40.00 lower. Slaughter ewes were weak to 5.00 lower, instances 10.00-20.00 lower.
Bids for US 1 Soft White Wheat delivered to Portland in unit trains or barges during April for ordinary protein trended one to two cents per bushel lower compared to week ago prices for the same delivery period from 5.80-5.90.
Demand is in a full range of light to fairly good.
Milk production is generally well-balanced with processing needs in the Pacific Northwest.
Calving has been challenging for a wide area of producers this spring with temperature fluctuations and excessive moisture being reported.
Trade very active in he Columbia Basin on new crop contracts, slow on domestic feeder hay due to low supplies.
A central New York dairy farmer says seven federal immigration officers came onto his property without permission, arrested a Guatemalan worker without producing a warrant and handcuffed the farmer when he challenged them
Potato shrinkage and loss, disappearance are down from a year ago due to a smaller crop.