WDFW probing killings of 2 wolves
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
WDFW probing killings of 2 wolves
Environmental groups offer in alleged wolf poachings

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Sage grouse leaders say debate over the bird is improving
Wyoming sage grouse leaders say talks with the Department of the Interior are improving after the announced review of the bird's protections caused dissonance
Senator proposes act to subtract from Wilderness Study Areas
Republican Montana Sen. Steve Daines introduced legislation to remove more than 700 square miles (1,819 square kilometers) from the state's Wilderness Study Areas
Explosion of rats in Eugene linked to chickens, compost
Pest experts warn chicken coops, compost piles and fallen, rotting fruit are a magnet for rodents.
Idaho Farm Bureau members support protecting water rights
Idaho Farm Bureau members support protecting water rights
Idaho Farm Bureau Federation members debated several issues during their annual meeting this week, including wolves, water rights and wheat discounts.
Idaho Farm Bureau leaders tell members they make a difference
Idaho Farm Bureau leaders tell members they make a difference
During the Idaho Farm Bureau Federation’s annual meeting, members were told they are making a difference but they were also encouraged to not rest on their laurels and continue making their voices heard.
Washington dairies to put face on next generation
Washington dairies to put face on next generation
Diary Farmers of Washington plans 'Dairy Grown' profiles
$6.3 million approved for Oregon water projects
$6.3 million approved for Oregon water projects
Three irrigation piping projects and a hydroelectric facility fish ladder have won $6.3 million from Oregon’s water supply development fund.
Firefighters protect coastal California towns as blaze rages

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Firefighters kept a wall of flames from descending mountains into coastal neighborhoods after a huge and destructive Southern California wildfire exploded in size, becoming the fifth largest in state history.

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Removal process of feral hogs in New Mexico continues
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is nearing the end of an eradication program targeting feral hogs that have been rooting up New Mexico and other parts of the country
Montana cherry growers vote to oversee research, development
Montana cherry growers have voted to end a 'checkoff' based on sales that funded research and development programs

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State

WDFW probing killings of 2 wolves
Environmental groups offer in alleged wolf poachings
Idaho ranchers encouraged to claim stock watering rights on federal land
Idaho ranchers attending an Idaho Farm Bureau Federation conference were encouraged to file stock watering claims on federal grazing allotments. A...
Senator proposes act to subtract from Wilderness Study Areas
Explosion of rats in Eugene linked to chickens, compost
Idaho Farm Bureau members support protecting water rights

Nation/World

Pending manure rule poses murky math problem
It's still unclear who will need to report manure emissions
Sage grouse leaders say debate over the bird is improving
Wyoming sage grouse leaders say talks with the Department of the Interior are improving after the announced review of the bird's protections caused...
Senator proposes act to subtract from Wilderness Study Areas
Explosion of rats in Eugene linked to chickens, compost
Firefighters protect coastal California towns as blaze rages

Ag Sectors

WDFW probing killings of 2 wolves
Environmental groups offer in alleged wolf poachings
Idaho ranchers encouraged to claim stock watering rights on federal land
Idaho ranchers attending an Idaho Farm Bureau Federation conference were encouraged to file stock watering claims on federal grazing allotments. A...
Pending manure rule poses murky math problem
The palate’s role in human diets
Sage grouse leaders say debate over the bird is improving

Opinion

Tax reform for American farmers and agriculture
This legislation is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to make real and long-lasting reforms for farmers, ranchers and every American working in our...
Tax reform key to preserving our family farm
Every time there is a change or delay in any part of the tax code it costs our family time and money.
Call the fire department — there’s manure on your farm
State must resolve conflicting solar, farmland policies
Letter: Skagit County elk mismanaged

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Good accountant keeps business fiscally fit
“They hand me a box filled with papers, and I make sense of it,” accountant Dot Belveal says.
Partners rely on banker to open new organic dairy
The new business, Nature Ridge Organic Dairy in Raft River, has 2,450 Holstein-Jersey cows and 30 full-time employees.
Financial planner helps sheep company owner diversify his investments
Maternal Plus helps improve ranch’s herd
Fall calving works best for Bar 6 Charolais