The study showed a 25 percent population rate growth in areas that were treated, compared to control areas where trees were left in place.
The report focuses on four counties in the bucolic Shenandoah Valley watershed that are also home to a large-scale farming industry.
Washington Senate Agriculture Committee chairwoman hasn't given up on bill to increase the fee that
Hay growers in Northeast Washington may learn about poisonous plants and pesticides and more at a Washington State University field day in Clayton, Wash., May 13.
With three years of herd expansion, no one should be surprised by higher placements, an analyst says.
Rancher group hopes to collect 100,000 signatures on petition.
The meeting was dominated by input on the Oregon Wolf Conservation and Management Plan’s five-year review.
Two southern Kansas farmers are rearing unusual sets of triplet calves
The spittlebug has been found at two ranches in Kona since September, including one property that had about 2,000 acres of damaged pasture.
Access to China offer tremendous opportunity for U.S. beef, but there’s still much to negotiate.
Two teens from the Sunnyside Environmental School witness field biologist investigate cow, calf killed in Wallowa County.
Washington lawmakers thrust state Department of Agriculture into campaign to prevent conflicts between wolves and cattle
A public hearing April 21 in Klamath Falls begins what is certain to be a contentious rehash of wolves’ impact on livestock and wild prey.
A bill restricting antibiotic usage in livestock has died in the Senate Health Care Committee.