Chinese customers are holding back on some orders of alfalfa from Washington’s Columbia Basin as they wait to see what happens with tariffs, a major U.S. hay exporter says.
Odds increase for warm Northwet winter
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Wednesday that marijuana will be legal nationwide on Oct. 17.
Judge reduces fine against Sarbanand Farms
Congress may make versatile crop legal after decades in the shadow of marijuana.
Washington Conservation Commission awards manure grants
Dodging a few rain showers and with good quality, strong prices and apparent adequate numbers of pickers — Washington cherry harvest is off to a pleasant start.
Cherry growers and marketers are not happy about expected export reductions to China due to escalating trade war.
Fire in Tenino, Wash., kills 25,000 to 27,000 chickens
The $52 million-plus research building will be completed in the year 2020.
WDFW picks new director, Ecology's Kelly Susewine
Monroe, Wash., dairy recalls raw goat milk
A labor union is suing a fruit company, the WAFLA farm labor association and a recruiter alleging they blacklisted H-2A guestworkers, who went on strike last year, from being rehired at the same company this year.
Researchers hope to accumulate enough information to recommend ways to conserve bumblebees and their habitat.