The Idaho Department of Water Resources and three irrigation water providers plan to conduct the state's first extenive winter aquifer recharge effort soon.
Idaho's state climatologist predicts Eastern Snake Plain irrigators are well positioned to handle th
A supplier of eggs to the trout industry is developing what appears to be a viable alternative to ho
A wet August should leave reservoirs in Idaho's Upper Snake River system with about average carryover.
The state announced the State Trade and Export Promotion grant on Monday.
The judge found the Coalition for Agriculture’s Future failed to show that it suffered injury from the county’s actions.
FDA officials say the agency's revised produce rule would provide more flexibility for farmers to meet proposed water quality standards. The revisions were announced today on the Federal Register website.
The last time sockeye numbers exceeded the current run was 1955.
Idaho Agriculture Department hosted Russianbeef cattle producers in hopes of building relationships that will lead to cattle and semen sales in the future.
Irrigation districts in southwestern Idaho won't cease delivering water to farmers until the first part of October, a month later than last year. They also expect to have a decent amount of carryover water left for the 2015 season.
Early in harvest, Idaho's potato yields appear to be average or slightly below average and spud sizes are down from last season.
The Idaho Potato Commission is adding its youngest board member ever.
A pending lawsuit targeting Idaho Wildlife Services could impact Idaho agriculture since 88 percent of the agency's funding is used to protect agriculture, especially livestocck producers, from predators.
Public comment during a Sept. 11 meeting on the proposed Galloway Dam project was decidedly against it, but farmers say it would greatly aid growers and other water users throughout the state.