More than 30 years ago, we began producing daily radio newscasts aired throughout Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Northern California to keep the region informed about current agriculture and environmental issues.
Deere Says No Third Offer and Biofuel Groups Like Build Back Better
The day after John Deere union turned down a second negotiated contract, a Deere spokesperson said there will not be a third offer.
Ag News: Florida Ag Expo and USTR Talks With China
If you’re looking to find out how artificial intelligence can help agriculture, this year’s Florida Ag Expo could be the placed for you.
Ag News: $248-million Specialty Crop Block Grants
More than $243 million in grants available through two USDA programs, the Specialty Crop Block Grant Program and the Specialty Crop Research Initiative grants program.
Ag News: Herbicide Restrictions and U.S.-Mexico Ag Meetings
Citing widespread supply chain problems, four major farm groups are urging EPA not to impose new restrictions on herbicides.
Ag News: Ag Tech Theft Rises and Food Prices Continue Upward Trend
A Farm Progress report shows farmers need to keep an eye on their precision ag equipment, such as auto-guidance monitors and antennas, after a string of thefts.
Ag News: Repealing the Renewable Fuel Standard and Thanksgiving
Amid a global energy crisis and rising fuel prices, U.S. Representatives have introduced legislation to repeal the Renewable Fuel Standard.
Ag News: NASA-USGS-USDA Partnership & Top Pumpkin Producing States
A joint mission by NASA, the U.S. Geological Survey and the USDA is helping farmers and ranchers maximize water efficiency.
Ag News: USDA $1.15-billion ReConnect Program
Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack says the USDA is making funding available to bring a significant expansion of access to high-speed internet, health care, and educational services for millions of Americans.
Ag News: LaNina for Drought Conditions and Corn & Soy Exports Jump
A La Niña climate pattern in the Pacific Ocean is threatening sustained drought conditions for next year, even with autumn storms in the forecast.
Ag News: Ethanol Production Hits COVID-era Highs and Ag Lending
Bloomberg says U.S. ethanol production reached its highest level since COVID-19 lockdowns brought the industry to a basic standstill.