Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad has become a bottleneck for farmers trying to get their crops to market.
Because water uses did not become more efficient, the adjudication process did precious little to se
A case in Idaho highlights the perils landowners face when encroachments on their private property rights go unchallenged.
Russian President Putin says his country will stop importing food from the European Union, the U.S.,
Local, state and federal officials have abdicated their responsibility, putting wheat exports in the Pacific Northwest at risk.
Oregon's nursery industry is growing stronger as it emerges from the recession.
The Department of Labor received a bipartisan and unanimous rebuke from the members of the House Subcommittee on Horticulture last week over its use of "hot goods" provisions in federal labor law.
The marketplace should dictate how foods with genetically modified ingredients are labeled.
New potato technology allows an Idaho farm family to grow a healthful crop and prevent unnecessary waste.