Idaho potato industry sources say there's a high degree of variability in the quality of the state's Russet Burbank crop this season.
The Natural Resources Conservation Service office in Idaho will provide emergency funding to help agricultural producers rehabilitate private land impacted by recent wildfires.
Zebra chip disease has been confirmed in four Idaho potato fields.
Winegrape production in Idaho will be down significantly this year because of a bitter cold snap las
Idaho farm industry leaders are happy with University of Idaho's decision to appoint Michael Parrella as the new dean of the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.
The Idaho Potato Commission's Great Big Idaho Potato Truck is back in Idaho to wrap up another national tour.
Ronald Esplin says it hasn't cost him anything to allow his grandchildren to fill boxes with Ranger Russets from his conveyor to sell direct to friends in Boise and at the Pocatello farmers market, but it's helped them raise money for college and learn...
A Utah man known as the Iron Cowboy, who holds multiple world records in iron man racing, will promote Idaho potatoes in a healthy lifestyle and raise funds for an organization that promotes adoptions of foreign children board with Down syndrome.
Michael Parrella will take over as dean of the University of Idaho's College of Agricultural and Life Sciences on Feb. 1. Parrella comes to UI from University of California-Davis.
Idaho Falls farmer James Hoff has been selected as the newest Idaho Potato Commission board member.
An irrigation method developed to save water and power in dry farming regions has exceeded expectations in early commercial trials.
Onion growers in southwestern Idaho and Eastern Oregon are more optimistic about this year's crop than they were in 2014 because of higher prices. But onion size is expected to be down due to a nine-day heat wave earlier in the season.
Idaho fruit production is down this year due mostly to a sudden cold snap last November that damaged or killed a lot of trees in Southwestern Idaho.
Four years of drought conditions have caused growers in Eastern Oregon who get their irrigation water from the Owyhee Project to alter their farming practices.