The final ruling by the Fish and Wildlife Service to remove Yellowstone grizzlies from the list of endangered and threatened species will give jurisdiction over the bears to Montana, Idaho and Wyoming.
The University of Idaho updated industry members on the wide array of research taking place this summer at the Kimberly Research and Extension center.
Agricultural research at the University of Idaho is disproportionately geared toward plant-based agr
The Idaho Wheat Commission’s fiscal year 2018 budget includes $210,000 for five research proj
Glanbia Nutritionals has helped Eastern Idaho dairymen earn a premium through a unique niche that produces pasture-based milk for cheese.
Farming operations in the Treasure Valley area of southwestern Idaho are having a hard time finding workers and many are having to increase hours and pay to get by.
Idaho Barley Commission board members will have in-depth discussions this fall and winter on whether to leave the state’s barley checkoff at 3 cents per hundredweight or return it to 2 cents.
The Idaho judge in a case of cattle theft wasn’t buying any of the defendant’s claims of justification for stealing cattle in sentencing him to 12 years probation contingent upon full restitution.
The Treasure Valley Water Users Association is involved in many effort5s, including one to obtain state funding to help farmers and ranchers in the area implement best management practices to improve water quality.
Eastern Idaho hay farmers have reported significant damage to hay due to rain.
A University of Idaho researcher’s love of native plants and recognition that water is a limited resource in the West has led to the domestication of native ornamental species for residential landscapes.
The Idaho Barley Commission’s fiscal year 2018 budget of $742,000 includes $393,000 for research, $114,000 for grower services and $79,000 for market development.
The fifth annual Portland International Cider Cup featured entries from more than 40 cideries from Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana and British Columbia.
Predator-killing cyanide traps have come under scrutiny after one of the devices in March injured a 14-year-old Idaho boy and killed his dog.