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Idaho Snowpack Looking Good, But Concerns Remain
Idaho Snowpack Looking Good, But Concerns Remain
The Idaho snowpack is looking really good for the mid-way portion in the 2022-2023 snow year.  Erin Whorton, NRCS Idaho, said most of the basins are at or above normal for this time of year.  The only three basins not at average are in the northern portion of the state, where the Northern Panhandle, Spokane, and Clearwater are all below 100% for mid-January.   With these...
Changing Political Landscape An Opportunity For Ag
Changing Political Landscape An Opportunity For Ag
As we get ready for new state and federal legislative sessions to get underway next month, many in the farming community have expressed concerns about the rift in American politics and what it means for producers.  Several commodity experts have expressed concerns that progressive democrats don’t appreciate the role agriculture plays in the 21st century, while at the same time, they are concerned
Idaho Man Honored By Syngenta
Idaho Man Honored By Syngenta
Skye Root, founder of Root Agricultural Advisory in Boise, Idaho, was named the 2022 Professional Farm Manager of the Year.  The award, co-sponsored by Syngenta, Farm Journal’s The Scoop magazine, and the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers, recognizes farm managers who display excellence in client service and a commitment to agriculture.  Root has work...
Darigold Focused On Growth, Modernization With Facility Upgrades
Darigold Focused On Growth, Modernization With Facility Upgrades
Joe Coote, said Darigold is renewing its commitment to expand and modernize production, allowing for an expansion of products on the global stage.  The CEO of the Seattle-based diary co-op says thanks to not only their recent groundbreaking in the Tri-Cities, WA area, but expansion of facilities in Lynden and Sunnyside WA, as well as Boise, ID, the company is able to focus more on value added prod
Trinity Trailers Works To Meet The Needs Of NW Farmers
Trinity Trailers Works To Meet The Needs Of NW Farmers
The old saying is work smarter, not harder.  And that’s where Trinity Trailer comes in to help a host of growers across the Pacific Northwest.  Keith Eastman Trinity Trailer market manager said their flagship product the EagleBridge was invented in 1975, and what makes it revolutionary is the fact that EagleBridge was the first segmented belt trailer design.   “Our founder and the ...

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