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Pro rodeo leaders listed
A listing of the top professional rodeo performers.
Idaho scholar studies farming in literature
Idaho scholar studies farming in literature
An Idaho State University associate lecturer recently completed a dissertation analyzing contemporary literature pertaining to agriculture. He hopes the research will prepare him to return to his grandfather's old Idaho farm, now under lease, and take...
Nation’s pro rodeo leaders
A listing of the top U.S. rodeo performers.
Cattle ranch keeps family busy
Cattle ranch keeps family busy
Maggie Justice of John Day, Ore., writes about her grandfather's ranch.
Favorite boots get new lease on life
Favorite boots get new lease on life
Columnist Ryan Taylor writes about life in the country.
Conference focuses on small farms
Spokane's small farms conference returns, called Farm-A-Palouse-A, Nov. 1. The annual event doubled its offerings in effort to convey information to small farmers, says Spokane Conservation District outreach specialist Erica VanNatta
San Diego Padres player a pumpkin farmer
Jake Goebbert, who did much of his summer work at a place called Petco Park, feels at home back among these animals who are visiting his family’s farm.
Idaho spud museum renovating building
Idaho spud museum renovating building
The Idaho Potato Museum in Blackfoot is undergoing a renovation and plans to add a restaurant that will serve potatoes.
At 86 and still working, Oregon cannery worker considers her job a “blessing”
At 86 and still working, Oregon cannery worker considers her job a “blessing”
Like other ag-related industries, food processors are concerned about attracting and retaining workers. But in Colleen Wolfer, Truitt Family Foods has a throwback to another era.
Plumpest pumpkin: 2,058-pound gourd sets record
All 30 pumpkins weighed at this year’s tournament were from California. The contest normally gets growers from Oregon and Washington as well.