State wildlife managers are investigating whether another calf was killed by wolves.
Each defendant could face decades in prison if convicted. Six other defendants are slated for trial next year.
Genetically engineered white clover is being field tested by a biotech developer to study improving
Rain has brought South Dakota farmers and ranchers some relief from the drought
Although most bison production is in the Midwest, 14 Oregon ranches are registered with the Northwest Bison Association.
The first in a series of meetings sponsored by the California Public Lands Council will focus on wolf management and other issues faced by ranchers with public lands allotments.
A new Rural Fire Protection Association has formed in the wake of one of the most devastating wildfires to hit eastern Idaho
Washington wildlife managers say they won't shoot more Smackout pack wolves if the wolves don't attack again
Japan accounted for 27 percent of the total value of U.S. beef exports in the first half of the year, and Mexico accounted for 23 percent of the total value of U.S. pork exports.
Ranchers will get about $18 million in federal funds for miles of fencing lost when fires burned about 425,000 acres in March.
Ranchers Sandy Matheson, of Bellingham, Wash., and Beth Robinette, of Cheney, Wash., are teaming up to offer an intensive retreat for “new cowgirls,” teaching basic farm skills, animal husbandry and business management.
Dale Duwayne Buerkle of Plevna injected pesticide into calf carcasses intending to poison coyotes.
Ranchers say the Harl Butte Pack regularly attacks livestock, and had asked ODFW to kill the entire pack.
The bill to extend California’s cap-and-trade program through 2030, which was signed recently by Gov. Jerry Brown, included the repeal of a controversial fee charged to rural landowners for fire protection.