Very light test of feeder cattle this week at the Woodburn, Ore., Livestock Exchange.
Oregon Liquor Control Commission has only 23 inspectors for more than 1,200 marijuana grows and retail outlets.
Plan is part of an effort to make water conservation a way of life, with climate change expected to lead to longer, more severe droughts.
At least 96 migrating bison from Yellowstone National Park have been captured for potential slaughter under a program meant to shield Montana livestock from disease.
Montana has spent more than $5 million on the case since it sued Wyoming in 2007 over allegations it had been shorted on water.
The warnings expired at midmorning but were set to go back into effect Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning.
With their wine sales growth outperforming other regions, Oregon producers should avoid resting on their laurels, experts say.
EU may target U.S. agricultural products, but also whiskey and Harley-Davidson motorcycles.
Grocer starts to strengthen same-day deliveries, a meal-kit business and other products that cater to customers who want fast service.
A University of California study estimated the newly created state market for recreational marijuana should produce $5 billion in taxable revenue this year.
U.S. drought monitors last week declared that nearly half the state, all of it in Southern California, is now back in drought.
An Idaho State Department of Agriculture industry advisory committee has recommended amending the state’s Seed Indemnity Fund to require licensed warehouses to submit an audited financial statement annually.
The move towards more transparency comes after decades of criticism of other consumer industries.
The House Agriculture Committee has approved three bills dealing with hemp, wolves and carbon, but they must clear the Joint Ways and Means Committee before coming up for a floor vote.