The full appellate panel heard the case after a three-judge appeals panel ruled against the industry but suggested that the full court may want to review its decision. The first panel had ruled that the industry’s claims were unlikely to succeed...
Growers and University of California researchers have been working at converting rice straw left ove
Columnist Lee Mielke wraps up the week's dairy news.
The largest wildfire in Washington history is mostly contained but losses are still being tallied an
While Eastern Oregon farmers are facing one of the tightest ever water years in their area this season, field trials at Oregon State University's Malheur County experiment station are showing that camelina could be a source of income for growers when...
Eastern Idaho's dryland wheat farmers say their yields are below normal, but their quality is outstanding.
An Idaho beef company is suing its partners in a biofuel joint venture.
USDA's latest cattle on feed report shows the declining cattle numbers supporting record-high cattle and beef prices.
The Los Angeles-based group Mercy for Animals secretly filmed workers kicking and stomping on pigs, hitting emus with a baton and slinging baby goats by the neck and hind legs.
The J.R. Simplot Co. expects USDA approval for its genetically modified Innate potatoes within the next two months. Simplot Plant Sciences Director of Commercialization Kerwin Bradley outlined the strategy for marketing the potatoes at the Potato...
Robertson, 70, said he is retiring because of his age and the health of his son.
The Great Oregon Steam-up returns to its Brooks, Ore., home base for another run.
Portland's New Seasons Markets will carry chicken labelel non-GMO.
A federal appeals court has ruled that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration doesn't have to begin the process of withdrawing antibiotics from subtherapeutic use in animal agriculture.