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Letter: Dairy farmers and cranberries
The existing management of dairy farmer member-owned co-ops operate the dairy farmer co-ops not for dairy farmer member benefit but only for management’s benefit.

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Letter: Solutions to animal rights extremism
No industry, acting alone, can stop the animal rights movement. We must act together.
Column: Treat the farm as a business
Column: Treat the farm as a business
When done correctly an organized plan of operation will provide the framework by which all management decisions will be made, which will also provide the manager with the tools to help him be disciplined in handling the daily unexpected demands on his...
Editorial: Beginning farmers join the most important profession
Editorial: Beginning farmers join the most important profession
Internships and incubator farms help aspiring farmers learn about agriculture from the ground up.
Letter: It’s not Pearl Harbor, but the boy crying ‘wolf’
If such predictions were correct, the world would have long since been destroyed.
Letter: Thanks for the column on climate issues
The column by Mark Reynolds provided a chronology of the issue as well as an apt analogy of a “Pearl Harbor moment.”
Editorial: Trump trade policies mostly promises
Editorial: Trump trade policies mostly promises
Even as Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue was announcing details of the aid package, President Donald Trump was announcing that the United States and Mexico had reached an agreement to replace NAFTA.
Editorial: H-2A guestworkers help keep ag viable
Editorial: H-2A guestworkers help keep ag viable
Instead of streamlining the H-2A program to improve it, congressional proposals have sought to limit the number of guestworkers and punish them by reducing the pay rate and taking away housing and transportation.
Column: Agriculture pays where grizzly bears stay
Column: Agriculture pays where grizzly bears stay
Bears killed and mutilated 75 ewes, rams and lambs in two nights.

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Columns

Column: Innovation key for Central Arizona farmers
Steve Sossaman, a fourth-generation farmer and member of the Arizona Farm Bureau, grows ancient and heritage grains and alfalfa.
Column: Treat the farm as a business
When done correctly an organized plan of operation will provide the framework by which all management decisions will be made, which will also provide...
Column: Agriculture pays where grizzly bears stay

Editorials

Editorial: Mass timber movement aims high
Mass timber, made from lumber and plywood, is engineered to construct large buildings. It is catching on in the U.S., and Oregon wants to lead the...
Editorial: Beginning farmers join the most important profession
Internships and incubator farms help aspiring farmers learn about agriculture from the ground up.
Editorial: Trump trade policies mostly promises
Editorial: H-2A guestworkers help keep ag viable

Letters

Letter: Dairy farmers and cranberries
The existing management of dairy farmer member-owned co-ops operate the dairy farmer co-ops not for dairy farmer member benefit but only for...
Letter: Solutions to animal rights extremism
No industry, acting alone, can stop the animal rights movement. We must act together.
Letter: It’s not Pearl Harbor, but the boy crying ‘wolf’
Letter: Thanks for the column on climate issues