What Do I Need To Do To My Groceries To Prevent COVID-19?

If you’ve ever been concerned that a quick trip to the local grocery store could be an invitation into your home for the coronavirus, you’re not alone. According to WSU Extension, they continue to field questions about the risks associated bringing groceries home and if the virus could be found on products we purchase. Margaret […]

USDA Expects Better Days Ahead For Meat Industry

Things in the beef, pork, and broiler sectors may look bleak at the moment, however, as USDA Outlook Chairman, Mark Jekanowski put it, “Many of these supply chain challenges are going to be resolved in the weeks and months ahead. However, the USDA Outlook Chairman added. “It doesn’t necessarily mean that we’re going to be […]

House, Senate Ag Committees Get Low Grades on Oversight

The House Agriculture Committee got a D grade and the Senate Ag Committee received a C- on oversight. Those grades came from the Lugar Center, which was founded by former Indiana Republican Senator and Ag Committee Chair Richard Lugar, in a report that measured congressional oversight. The Congressional Oversight Hearing Index categorizes and catalogs all […]

Wolf Activity Keeps ODFW Busy

The final week of May has been a busy one for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. Crews were called to a possible wolf depredation in Klamath County Saturday, May 23rd. The skeletal remains of a 650 lbs. yearling steer were found on private grass pastureland. ODFW crews are still investigating that incident. Crews […]

Stabenow Introduces Food Supply Protection Act

On Wednesday, Senator Debbie Stabenow introduced legislation to help protect the food supply after the COVID-19 crisis has put an unprecedented strain on farmers, workers, food banks and families. The Ranking Democrat on the Senate Ag Committee, said the Food Supply Protection Act will support food banks and non-profits to help increase their capacity and […]

Hong Kong Trade Status, U.S. Relationship with China, in Limbo

The Trump Administration sent a formal notice to Congress this week that it doesn’t see Hong Kong as an autonomous region from China. Politico says that puts Hong Kong’s status as a separate customs territory at risk and opens up Beijing to sanctions. The move would hurt Beijing but also lessen Hong Kong as an […]

Warren Henninger, Founder Of Ag World Support Systems, Passes

“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.” 2 Timothy 4:7 Warren Adam Henninger, longtime resident of Moses Lake, WA, went home to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on May 23, 2020 from an accident while doing what he loved, working in his yard. […]