Two Franklin County, Idaho, canal companies have implemented a multifaceted strategy to keep invasive mussels out of their reservoirs.
A prolonged period of wet weather has raised concerns about disease pressure in Southern Idaho farm
Oregon State University researchers have detected the iris yellow spot virus in volunteer onions in
A recent string of rainstorms has improved the water supply situation in Eastern Oregon, but farmers who get their water from the Owyhee Project still face a tough water year.
Great Western Malting has announced plans to more than double production at its Pocatello, Idaho, plant.
The Idaho Cattle Association is promoting a website it created to match farmers willing to allow grazing of their cover crops, or with available pasture, with ranchers in need of additional forage.
Several hundred people attended a presentation in Boise to hear how a former anti-GMO activist changed his mind and now supports the use of genetically engineered crops.
A wet start to May has brought badly needed moisture to Southern Idaho irrigators.
Members of an Idaho governor's trade mission to Mexico and Peru said they're hopeful more Idaho farm commodities will be sold in those countries as a result of the trip.
Industry and transportation leaders will discuss Port of Portland container shipments during a meeting at 2 p.m. May 28 in Lewiston, Idaho.
The 2015 Idaho Legislature rejected a proposed rule that could have subjected a significant amount of additional farmland to curtailment orders during future water calls. The rule will not be re-proposed, said the Idaho Department of Water Resources...
Agribusiness processing in Idaho's Magic Valley continues to thrive with the addition of an animal nutrition plant in Rupert and Glanbia's expansion in Gooding.
In his new position with the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality's Pocatello office, Steve Smith helps growers access Clean Water Act funds to improve their operations and water quality.
University of Idaho Extension irrigation specialist Howard Neibling sees several good options for Idaho well users who will be asked to reduce their water consumption by roughly 13 percent soon to help stabilize the Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer.