A House committee has approved legislation that could undo the city of Caldwell's eminent domain action against Pioneer Irrigation District. The committee sent the bill to the full House with a "do-pass" recommendation.
A bill making its way through the Idaho Legislature would allow the Idaho Dairy Products Commission to pay its nine commissioners a maximum compensation rate of $150. The current rate commissioners can be paid for each day they are engaged in official commission business is $50.
Mel Kunkel, with Idaho Power, has made highly accurate streamflow forecasts for the Boise Basin at t
USDA has declared a drought emergency for Owyhee County, which also makes low-interest loans availab
Montana State University research shows yield benefits from using cover crops in a no-till, dry-land system after continuing with a rotation involving cover crops for eight years.
Five new members will be inducted into the Eastern Idaho Agricultural Hall of Fame.
The water supply outlook in much of southwestern Idaho has improved significantly since January, thanks to a series of February storms. Precipitation in the Boise basin was twice its normal level last month.
The Idaho State Department of Agriculture's trade office manager in Shanghai, China, and officials from three companies seeking animal feed will be in Idaho beginning in late May.
Republican Rep. Maxine Bell of Jerome says the money is instead needed to pay for the Idaho Education Network broadband program.
USDA researchers in Peoria, Ill., and University of Idaho crop scientists are making progress on a biological control product for potato storage.
Chobani is expanding its Greek yogurt plant in Twin Falls, Idaho, to add new packaging and filling areas. The 27,568 square-foot expansion carries a price tag of $3.544 million The city issued a permit Feb. 13, and construction is under way.
Legislation making its way through the Idaho Legislature would allow agricultural operations to use state inmates to harvest or process perishable commodities in the event of a worker shortage.
Prosecutors say the pilot told police he saw someone wielding a shotgun below him.
World grain supplies are rebuilding and moderating prices, but there are some wild cards in the mix, including production in South America and Chinese demand. But moderating prices are already boosting margins for dairy and beef production and could go...