U.S. House of Representatives Natural Resources Committee chair Doc Hastings held a hearing to address over-emphasis on the ecosystem and the environment in draft recommendations for the Columbia River Treaty between the United States and Canada.
California water officials have released a draft copy of a $24.7 billion plan to restore the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
Animal vaccines provide a beneficial tool to beef producers, but they can easily lose efficacy if no
Proper handling of cattle during loading and transport to slaughter facilities can alleviate dark cu
Opponents of Gov. Jerry Brown's plan to build tunnels to send water past the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta said the project's costs will outweigh the benefits to farmers and that it is not environmentally sound. Key environmental documents are set...
Researchers and ranchers are split on the effectiveness of new Washington regulations for cougars following a study recommending fewer kills.
High-tech companies invest in research to develop egg-free, chicken-free foods.
Lee Mielke's weekly round-up of dairy developments.
The state feeds elk in an effort to prevent them from eating hay and alfalfa meant for livestock in Eastern Oregon.
Citrus and vegetable growers pull out all the stops to minimize frost damage to their crops as California is hit by a cold snap.
Wolf depredation complaints among Idaho cattle and sheep producers has gradually decreased since the state held its first hunting season in 2009. But wolf control efforts in Idaho have been significantly impacted by federal funding cuts.
Dairy company helps food distribution nonprofit provide for food banks and shelters.
New Idaho Cattle Association president Jared Brackett says the organization's plate is full with environmental and wildlife issues. Among them are grazing permits, sage grouse habitat and elk populations on private property.
Washington State University researchers will monitor wolves and cattle in an effort to reduce depredations on livestock.