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Feeders and Live cattle struggling over the week, but slaughter prices tying the seams together
This past weekend was the two year anniversary of the Carlton Complex wildfire coming through our area. I couldn’t help but look back at some of the photos that day. The memories are still there and it’s still very raw for a lot of people in the area that lost everything.
The inaugural wine research seminar called WAVE held July 14th was a huge success according to Melissa Hansen Research Program Manager at The Washington Wine Commission.
Oregon BEST is helping a startup team with OSU researchers to speed development of a tethered kite system that harvests wind energy without turbine towers
Here is USDA Grain and Livestock Reporter Greg Sanders with the Columbia Basin Hay report from last week.
A standard apple tree if it has to be replanted take three to five years to begin reproducing again. And then it still is minimal in its production; it slowly increases so you could be looking at several years of lost returns on a block that has to be replanted due to damage.
Next month the Colorado Pork Producers will hold their annual meeting and invite anyone who raises hogs in Colorado to attend.
According to the articles, Australia’s University of New South Wales conservation biologist Dr. Neil Jordan has created what he is calling iCow strategy to deter African lions from attacking domesticated cattle herds in Botswana.
Palouse in 1938, using a horse-drawn combine