A wild duck tested positive for a highly pathogenic bird flu virus that combines Eurasion and North American strains.
Environmentalists want to stop a "test case" logging project that the U.S. Bureau of Land Management
A new study says Oregon's focus on high-quality wine has paid off in the form of a $3.3 billion econ
The Pacific Northwest Direct Seed Association is seeking farmers to serve as pilots for its new cert
Levels of zebra chip, a crop disease in potatoes spread by potato psyllids and caused by the Liberibacter bacterium, were down signficiantly in the Pacific Northwest.
Pasteurization equipment recently installed at the Hazelnut Growers of Oregon processing facility is expected to shield suppliers from on-farm food safety regulations.
Speakers at the Dunn Carney law firm's annual Ag Summit provided an outlook for Oregon's upcoming legislative session.
Fern Russell counted again. "There's five lambs here now," she thought to herself. "How can that be?"
The Idaho Legislature is being asked to approve a temporary rule that would allow the free movement of hops material among Idaho, Oregon and Washington. It would also require a negative disease test for hops green matter coming to Idaho from states...
Genetically modified sugar beets have resulted in a positive impact of about $22 million to Idaho growers since they began planting them in 2008, according to Snake River Sugar Co.
A bill introduced at the behest of Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber would increase the authority of state farm regulators to create "control areas" for biotech crops.
Northwest Center for Alternatives to Pesticides will present an organic conference on using cover crops to enhance soil fertility in Twin Falls on Jan. 30
A growing goose population means more damage to the area's crops.
Most pumpkin seeds in snack foods come from China.