The USDA's Farm Service Agency is urging California livestock and dairy producers to keep good records of drought-related losses so they can apply for aid under the new Farm Bill.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife says the number of wolves in the state has increased
Porcine epidemic diarrhea has killed 4 million to 5 million pigs nationwide, or about 4 percent of the pigs that would go to market later this year.
Columnist Doug Warnock offers advice for improving pasture productivity.
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...
Oregon State University scientists have found that cattle get post traumatic stress symptoms after encounters with wolves.
Hay prices in most of the country are expected to decline in 2014 due to widespread drought recovery. But prices for hay, particularly alfalfa, in the West are expected to remain strong and higher than the national average due to drought and strong...
Drought is seen as a factor in the recent Klamath Bull & Horse Sale.
Oregon alpaca rescue demonstrates risks of raising exotic animals in today's market.
The owner of the sheep was allowing 700 of his 8,000 sheep to graze in Heritage Ranch as part of a fire suppression program when they were caught in a major storm that struck the area and became ill.
Washington State University Extension is providing ranchers with a video of low-stress cattle handling workshops. Extension regional specialist Sarah Smith says reduced stress helps animal and rancher alike, and further workshops are in the works.
A farmer in Michigan won't face fines for defying a state ban on exotic swine, but the dispute over the animals still rages.
Annual report says Oregon's wolf population is growing, and tracks on Mount Hood may indicate they are dispersing.
Oregon State Police are investigating wolf poaching near Tollgate in Umatilla Count.