Hopes for a near-normal water season for farmers in Eastern Oregon who get their water from the Owyhee Project have all but faded.
Five new members have been selected for the Eastern Idaho Agricultural Hall of Fame.
The yearlong suspension is because the company failed to comply with a 2012 agreement prohibiting visitors from having physical contact with the wolves.
The Idaho wheat industry's main customers have told Idaho Wheat Commission officials they remain com
Ringtails are smaller than a house cat and are mostly brown but have distinctive black- and white-ringed tails. The nocturnal carnivores are members of the raccoon family.
Record low temperatures in November have caused damage to Idaho's fruit crop, but the extent of the damage won't be known until May or June.
In the first year of mandatory testing of Idaho certified potato seed for bacterial ring rot, many commercial growers have requested that theirseed be tested at higher than minimum levels.
Low lignin alfalfa varieties could solve growers' dilemma of harvesting for quality or yield and provide harvest flexibility to avoid rain.
SY Ovation was the most planted wheat variety in Idaho in 2014, according to an annual Idaho Wheat Commission survey. Brundage and ORCF 102 were second and third.
New University of Idaho researcher Olga Walsh is focusing on developing ways to use precision agriculture techniques to help farmers improve the efficiency of their crop production.
An Idaho House committee has approved a joint memorial that asks Congress and the Food and Drug Administration to establish a national policy on the labeling of foods that contain genetically engineered ingredients.
Grain handlers in Southern and Eastern Idaho are offering contracts for hard white spring wheat. Idaho Wheat Commission executive director Blaine Jacobson expects high demand for the wheat class after issues last year.
Idaho fresh potato packers say they're placing greater emphasis on the organic potato category.
A diverse group trying to save the USDA sheep experiment station near Dubois, Idaho, has finalized a document that explains the research being done there and asks Congress to reject its proposed closure.