A USDA study shows nearly 40 percent of U.S. cropland is rented, and raises questions about land ownership as older farmers retire.
The Spokane Ag Expo announces its annual photo contest.
In Oregon's Columbia Basin counties, dryland wheat is the only crop option. But those sparsely popul
Volunteers — from would-be farmers to local food lovers and those who want to support local agriculture — descend on fields helping with everything from weeding and harvesting crops to putting up or cleaning up greenhouses.
The Polson family is among many on Washington’s Waterville Plateau doing what they always do this time of year — reaping their share of millions of bushels of wheat.
The event was approved for 2016, but the contractors who usually provide the pigs declined to come.
Farm vendors at the Boise Farmers Market say they have no regrets over their split from Idaho's largest farmers market four seasons ago and that vendors at both markets are co-existing well.
The Bannock County Farm Bureau Women's Committee hosted an agricultural trivia competition to demonstrate agriculture's diversity to those in attendance at the Bannock County Fair.
The Farmers’ Almanac, based in Maine, is celebrating its 200th edition this month, and in New Hampshire, The Old Farmer’s Almanac marks its 225th anniversary.
A look at the 11 farms and ranches honored this year as century and sequicentennial farms.
Oregon farmer John Gilmour seeks to recover more than $50,000 in attorney fees after prevailing in a lawsuit over his straw-compressing facility.
He was a farmer, a World War II veteran, a devoted husband and beloved father and grandfather.
The idea for the farm-based ballet grew out of a summer class the dancers took outdoors with Chatch Pregger, a professional dancer-turned-teacher at Spotlight Vermont, a performing arts school.
The Army Corps of Engineers calls the loss of 800 acres of prime farmland in Western Washington 'insignificant.'