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Beef Northwest is a diversified agribusiness with cattle feeding operations in Nyssa and Boardman, Oregon, and Quincy, Washington.

With a one-time capacity of 95,000 head, Beef Northwest is the Northwest’s largest supplier of quality cattle to Tyson in Wallula, Washington, and naturally raised cattle to AB Foods, in Toppenish.

Committed to the economic and environmental sustainability of the communities it serves, Beef Northwest traces its roots to the 1800s, when the Wilson family first raised cattle on Oregon’s productive rangelands.

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Jolley: Five snarky minutes with current affairs

New York Post says their Chipotle's carnitas have reached celebrity status, just like McDonald's McRib. Considering all the nonsense behind their tragically disappearing and then miraculously reappearing supply, maybe the more apt comparison should be 'just like the Kardashians.'

Diving beef prices aren’t helping the cattle market

The recent price drop in beef prices is extreme. Prices are now deeply oversold and due to rebound higher.

Be aware of poison hemlock

Poison hemlock is toxic to a wide variety of animals including man, birds, wildlife, cattle, sheep, goats, pigs and horses. People are usually poisoned when they mistakenly eat hemlock for plants such as parsley, wild carrot or wild anise.

Drovers Poll: And the most popular farm truck is…

It all came down to this poll. More than 500 votes have been cast over the last three weeks, and now, in the ultimate farm truck showdown, a winner has been crowed. Just 12 votes separated the two top contenders, but in the end there could be just one victor.

Brazil's Marfrig could buy back up to $701.3 million in global debt

The board of Marfrig Global Foods SA, Brazil's No. 2 meatpacker, on Tuesday approved the repurchase of up to $701.3 million in global bonds due between 2018 and 2021, the latest effort by a Brazilian company to buy back debt in the wake of a slumping currency and rising borrowing costs.

Watch for nitrate toxicity in forages

Nitrate toxicity is a problem that many producers have to deal with in Montana. Particularly this year, with a large amount of cereal grains being harvested for hay, it is something that should be kept in the back of your mind at harvest and feedout.

Hueftle Cattle Co. honored as Red Angus Breeder of the Year

Recognizing the contributions to the Red Angus breed and the continued pursuit of excellence, Hueftle Cattle Co., Neil and Anita Hueftle, Cozad, Nebraska, were honored as 2015 Breeder of the Year at the 2015 Red Angus Association of America National Convention.

Ag engineer Nathan Mosier earns 2015 Purdue Agricultural Research Award

Nathan Mosier, a Purdue University professor of agricultural and biological engineering, will receive the 2015 Agricultural Research Award for his work in biofuels and bioprocessing technology.

Angus VNR: Building a business, feeding the world

Cattle feeders Shawn and Shane Tiffany talk about getting their start in the cattle business, and why the risks are worth it.

Watch out for Hurricane Joaquin

Hurricane Joaquin, currently a Category 4 storm with sustained winds topping out at 130 miles per hour, is headed straight for the Eastern Seaboard. It could bring as much as 18 inches of rain to portions of the Carolinas.

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