Farmers, ranchers and others associated with agriculture need to tell the federal government how import the Columbia-Snake river system is to them, the leader of an industry group says.
A group of Idaho Falls farmers hosted a community celebration of agriculture and farm workers, plann
A unique reimbursement offers farmers the amount of money they would have received by growing a crop on streamside buffers.
The 2016 Idaho-Eastern Oregon onion crop was a quality one and size profiles are larger than normal,
The relationship between Idaho ranchers and BLM firefighters, once contentious, has improved greatly since the introduction of rangeland fire protection associations, voluntary groups that are trained to assist federal and state agencies fight wildfires.
The Climate Prediction Center's seasonal outlook forecasts a winter influenced by cooling ocean temperatures.
A grower experimenting with early planting of winter canola has found nematode populations were eradicated, saving him on fumigation costs before planting potatoes.
A Western Governor's Association initiative brings state, federal, local and industry leaders together to seek solutions to improve forest and rangeland management.
A University of Idaho researcher is part of a team offering free access to analytical satellite maps they expect will be used by growers throughout the world.
The new president of an organization that helps Western sheep ranchers obtain foreign H-2A workers says reforms enacted a year ago haven't succeeded in boosting interest in herding jobs among domestic workers.
A southwestern Idaho fruit researcher is reporting positive results among the large number of alternative fruit crops he is experimenting with to see if they can be grown economically in Idaho.
A champion mixed martial arts fighter failed to bruise J.R. Simplot Co.'s Innate line of potatoes during a demonstration at the recent Produce Marketing Association 2016 Fresh Summit trade show.
A seventh-grade class in Pocatello is helping USDA assess heirloom oat varieties for their ability to germinate in cold conditions.
A full irrigation allotment for the first time in four years has helped farmers in Oregon and Idaho who depend on the Owyhee Reservoir start to get back to their normal rotations.