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  • Animal rights activists want animal theft to be legal

    Animal rights activists want animal theft to be legal0

    A city in California is showing support for the theft of animals by activists who say they’re “rescuing” them. Protect the Harvest’s Dave Duquette speaks to Dillon Honcoop to explain why they’re doing this, and the threat this activism poses to farms across the country. Berkeley, Calif., has recently passed a resolution that allows for

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  • Elk problem continues for Skagit Farmers

    Elk problem continues for Skagit Farmers0

    Even though landowners are harvesting more of the imported elk than they have in the past, they’ll never keep up with the non-native herd’s growth, says Randy Good with the Skagit Cattlemen’s association. He joined Dillon Honcoop on the Farming Show to explain how the real cost of the invasive elk’s damage is much higher

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  • Save Family Farming presented with “Most Valuable Partner” Award

    Save Family Farming presented with “Most Valuable Partner” Award0

    Federation President Ed Zurcher cites efforts to defend and improve public understanding of dairy farming (GRAND MOUND, Wash.)  Board members of Save Family Farming and its affiliates in Whatcom County, Skagit County and Eastern Washington were called to the stage during the state’s annual dairy conference. Washington State Dairy Federation president, dairy farmer Ed Zurcher, presented

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  • How biochar could help farmers grow better crops0

    As farmers become increasingly focused on soil health to improve their operations, one of the tools people are talking about is biochar. But what is biochar, and what can it really do? Local author and policy researcher Jack Petree has reported extensively on biochar for farming and forestry publications nationwide, and he spoke to Dillon

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