California's State Water Resources Control Board may discontinue efforts to impose statewide regulations on grazing near streams.
The U.S. ag secretary will announce a new round of work to keep greater sage grouse off the endanger
University of Idaho's Rangeland Fall Forum will focus on wildfires, beginning with panel discussions on Oct. 22 in Jerome, followed by a field tour of the Three Creek area on Oct. 23.
Feedlots are holding cattle longer to put on more weight, and the number of fed cattle coming out of
New Food and Drug Administration restrictions will change the landscape on antibiotic use in animal agricultural. To meet producer and veterinarian informational needs regarding the changes, Farm Foundation is holding workshops across the country.
Washington State University has developed a "carcass calculator" app to help ranchers predict the price they'll receive for their meat.
Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission reaffirms decision to increase hunting of cougars in areas occupied by wolves.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife says the Huckleberry wolfpack will be thinned if there's one more depredation.
An Oregon State University researcher is studying whether onion slurry can be used to help reduce cattle producers' winter feed costs. If successful, the project could also benefit the onion industry in Eastern Oregon and Southwestern Idaho.
Animal-rights and conservation groups are petitioning Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission to ditch a plan to hunt allow more cougar hunting to relieve tensions over wolves.
California officials have confirmed that two adult wolves and five pups now live in Siskiyou County, the state's first wolf pack in decades.
The National Cattlemen's Beef Association and Public Lands Council are accusing the federal government of making this year's wildfire season worse by mismanaging forests. A top federal official responds by urging support for a bipartisan bill that would...
A sheep dog was seriously injured in a confrontaton involving the Huckleberry pack in northeast Washington.
A lawsuit that accuses new federal poultry slaughter rules of violating the law and endangering consumers was recently dismissed.