Prices dropped from record July volume but rebounded in August as the Northwest approaches the end of a long cherry season.
Many North Dakota ranchers are selling off cattle they can’t afford to feed, while others are searching for affordable hay.
With recreational marijuana use just months away from being legal in California, Los Angeles has appointed a so-called cannabis czar tasked with regulating the local pot industry
Unique niche agriculture involves unusual practices, but producers stand by their results.
January water levels at Lake Mead are expected to be 8 feet above the point that triggers a drought-shortage declaration
Washington expects another large apple crop but sales may improve with fewer Red Delicious and smaller crops in Europe, Mexico and Canada.
Almond Alliance of California president Kelly Covello complains there hasn’t been an increase in recent Farm Bills for such initiatives as the Market Access Program and the Foreign Market Development Program.
Rain has brought South Dakota farmers and ranchers some relief from the drought
The average cash rent for cropland in Idaho is estimated to be $160 an acre this year, down $8 an acre from last year.
Northwest cranberry production expected to be higher than last year
Idaho’s dry bean industry has high hopes for Patron, a new yellow bean variety developed by an Oregon State University researcher. Only about 2 percent of the dry beans grown in Idaho are yellows but industry leaders believe that could change with...
An Onalaska, Wash., company wants to apply biosolids from city waste water treatment plants to farmland near Davenport.
The Idaho Department of Fish and Game will receive about $907,000 in a northern Idaho timber sale
Tracking legal weed from the fields and greenhouses where it’s grown to the shops where it’s sold is their main protective measure so far.