In addition to the weekly tour, which Starker Forests operates from mid-June to mid-September, the company provides special tours for elementary school classes and other interested groups on other days of the week.
As the harvests of stone fruit in California are wrapping up, growers say the quality of the fruit i
The Stevens County Cattlemen's Association says moving Hunters, Wash., rancher Dave Dashiell's shee
An 8-year-old horse from Grand Traverse County tested positive for the mosquito-borne virus this month, as did a small turkey flock.
The Washington Beef Commission is evaluating future marketing relationships with Washington State University football as the university discontinues its annual game in Seattle. WSU Director of Athletics Bill Moos, a Valleyford, Wash., cattleman, says he...
Grazing occurs alongside Oregon spotted frog habitat, a federal biologist said that can actually benefit frogs if not over-done.
Columnist Doug Warnock travels to Alabama for a look at how they ranch in the South.
Food science students at Utah State University have developed a a sourdough starter product using acid whey from Greek yogurt production. The product earned them top honors and $10,000 in Idaho Milk Processors' annual new product contest.
A $25,000 grant from Monsanto Corp. will allow the small farming community of Nyssa, Ore., to build a modern greenhouse that will include the advanced equipment necessary to allow the high school's ag education students to perform science-based...
The goal of the greenhouse will be to develop a stock of hemp seed suited to growing in Colorado.
The new insurance pays farmers when the difference between milk prices and feed prices shrinks to a certain level.
Opinions about where the bucket should reside vary, even among the county commissioners.
The highly awaited decision released Wednesday will allow logging on 52 square miles of forests blackened in the Rim Fire, which burned 400 square miles of the Stanislaus National Forest, Yosemite National Park’s backcountry and private timber...
Michigan's peach crop will be down about 50 percent from last year.