Electrical engineer switches from circuits to mushrooms using renewable energy.
Better management of crop inputs will be a main focus of the 2016 University of Idaho Snake River Su
Alfalfa hay prices are bound to dip below breakeven,which is running about $80 a ton in southern Ida
Resources should be reallocated so that hop research can be expanded into two, full-time USDA-ARS po
As a rancher and Idaho Soil and Water Conservation Commission employee, southeast Idaho rancher Chris Banks has seen both sides of the fence when it comes to water and soil conversation efforts.
The American Malting Barley Association is seeking improved varieties to bolster barley acres.
Women entering agriculture are urged to stick with it, learn from experienced farmers and pass the knowledge and love along to others.
Benchmark yield calculations in the Agricultural Risk Coverage-County program has led to wide variability in payments from county to county.
Feedlots have slowed feeder cattle purchases, leaving a lot of feeder supplies still out in the country. But demand is expected to pick up once feedlots get to breakeven margins.
The University of Idaho has scheduled seminars for Eastern Idaho and Magic Valley to offer producers outlooks for the coming year.
Idaho fresh potato shipments are up considerably for the Thanksgiving holiday, according to a new USDA report.
The Wilco farmers cooperative is expanding on several fronts.
Slug expert Rory McDonnell is looking for ways that Oregon farmers can eliminate the slimy pests.
Cattle producer B.J. Macfarlane brings industry knowledge and experience to his job as farm manager at Shasta College in Redding, Calif.