Five FFA members were recently named U.S. Presidential Scholars for their accomplishments in academics, the arts, and career and technical education.
“Cultivators of the earth are the most vigorous, the most independent, the most virtuous, and they are tied to their country and its liberty by the most lasting bands.” — Thomas Jefferson. Whether it’s Fourth of July, Veterans Day, or just another day where we live and breathe free, it is noteworthy to reflect on […]
It’s no stretch to say that there’s an attack on agriculture in Washington state right now, by lawmakers who don’t understand how farming work.
The Farmer’s Wifee tackles some common questions that she receives as dairy farmer and shares the answers from some of her friends.
What are your favorite fall memories? Maybe they include crisp, sunny mornings, holiday comfort foods, or pumpkin spice lattes. There are many reasons to celebrate the season, and behind every glass of eggnog, scoop of ice cream, or pumpkin spice latte is a dairy farmer and their cows. That’s why this month we at Dairy […]
Washington state wildlife managers plan to take lethal action to respond to livestock depredations by the Togo wolf pack on federal grazing lands in northern Ferry County. Kelly Susewind, director of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW), authorized field staff to take lethal measures to remove one or more members of the Togo […]