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Thought of the Week

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Thought of the Week

“You can do whatever you have a passion for, but you have to be determined, persistent and prepared.” -Captain Glen Fraser

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Thought of the Week

“We wouldn’t have a beef industry without rangeland.” –Gretchen Hyde, Idaho Rangeland Commission

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Dirty Jeans

So, I’ve been hearing about people who are willing to pay big money for “real” dirty jeans. Have I got a deal for you… These jeans are authentic.  They’re made by Lee, a well known old brand of Western wear.  … Continue reading

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Update from Farmer Todd

Here’s a newsy update from Palouse farmer, Todd Strader.  You will remember Todd’s profile, published in November, 2013.  He always writes interesting updates… We have 218 acres of soft white winter wheat this year.  The wheat was no-tilled in mid-September, … Continue reading

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Farmers & Ranchers Are…

We know that farmers and ranchers are many things – hardworking, self motivated, family oriented, living on the land.  There’s more, though, and here is a short list:  Farmers and ranchers are innovative.  They attend meetings to learn new practices, … Continue reading

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One Fifth

Believe it or not, agriculture makes up 1/5 of our economy! A nationwide economic impact study recently released found that 20.4% of the nation’s economy is linked, either directly or indirectly, to the food and agriculture sectors.  More than one … Continue reading

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Thought of the Week

“Big dreams yield big rewards.” -Tim McGreevy, CEO American Pulse Association

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Thought of the Week

“It’s fine to celebrate success but its more important to heed the lessons of failure.” -Bill Gates

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BARE NECESSITIES

  The world these days fails to recognize the import of connection. Our most basic right, that of knowledge, is frayed by our ignorances of supply, demand, and the process that lies between the two. What we need, we take … Continue reading

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