Jacklet, Ben
October 2008
Oregon Business Magazine;Oct2008, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p23
The article reports on the federal assistance sought by wheat farmers in arid Gilliam and Morrow counties in Oregon, stating that the extreme weather emergency caused the harvest to come in thinner than expected. It states that a disaster declaration should go through the governor's office and be approved by the federal government. It notes that the state has accumulated a net farm income in 2007 at $1.48 billion.


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