About half a dozen companies already are trying to capitalize on the anticipated insect-eating trend.
The Idaho Potato Commission is planning a special retail potato bin promotion to move a large supply of small-sized tubers.
Idaho dry bean growers got their wish — the return of Eptam 20G — but now it's up to them to convince Gowan Co. to continue manufacturing the herbicide.
Poultry leasing has turned out to be a serious investment as more people want fresh eggs from humane
Washington asparagus may be at a turning point after 24 years of decline. Yields should improve with high-density planting but finding enough pickers is a problem.
Lazy R Ranch marketing opportunities organizer Beth Robinette, of Cheney, Wash., supports her family's holistic approach.
Cattle prices are expected to moderate in the second half of the year but remain high, putting average annual prices in 2015 higher than 2014.
Koompin Farms in American Falls, Idaho, is taking a different approach to raising canola.
Oregon's land use system has its critics, but a new study says farmland value has increased despite laws that limit development.
The UN has been promoting edible insects as a way to improve nutrition, reduce greenhouse-gas emissions and create jobs in insect production. Entrepreneurs now see bugs as a niche food.
The potato market remains in a slump as Idaho growers plant their 2015 crops.
Washington State University grains economist Randy Fortenbery reports on the economic impact of the state's wheat industry, and potential effects of changes in tax policy.
U.S. Wheat Associates is sending four wheat breeders, including Oregon State University Extension cereal specialist Mike Flowers and Washington State University winter wheat breeder Arron Carter, to Asia to meet with wheat customers about their...
Paper towels, toilet tissue are the latest uses for wheat straw.