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Ag, economy to be emphasized in Idaho climate conference
Ag, economy to be emphasized in Idaho climate conference
An upcoming conference about climate change will to be hosted at Boise State University, Idaho State University and University of Idaho.

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Oregon-Idaho bulb onion crop smaller, but prices are much higher
Oregon-Idaho bulb onion crop smaller, but prices are much higher
A 50-pound bag of jumbo yellow onions is selling for $10 to $11, nearly twice the price of a year ago.
A harvest of goodwill in Eastern Idaho
A harvest of goodwill in Eastern Idaho
Potato harvest is a unifying social, economic force in Eastern Idaho
East Idaho growers find niche in high-moisture corn
East Idaho growers find niche in high-moisture corn
East Idaho corn growers have started harvesting high-moisture corn, which is harvested as grain but fermented like silage for added digestibility.
State considers heavier truckloads on 11 East Idaho routes
State considers heavier truckloads on 11 East Idaho routes
The Idaho Transportation Department is considering increased truck weight limits on several routes in Eastern Idaho used for transporting agricultural goods.
Chickpea acreage continues to soar, with prices ticking up
Chickpea acreage continues to soar, with prices ticking up
U.S. acreage totaled 603,000 in 2017, up from 325,000 in 2016.
Dairy cow delivers pizzas to shocked customers
Dairy cow delivers pizzas to shocked customers
The annual event is a way for the state’s dairy industry to help bring the farm to consumers in a fun and unforgettable way, according to Dairy West officials.
Eight-year-old chooses Idaho potato harvest as dream vacation
Eight-year-old chooses Idaho potato harvest as dream vacation
Eight-year-old Dagny Jerles could have gone anywhere in the world, but she chose Idaho’s potato harvest as her dream vacation.
Idaho man and 20 cows die when livestock trailer rolls
Idaho State Police say one man has died after a semi-truck hauling a livestock trailer overturned in north-central Idaho Sunday night
Western Innovator: Preserving the world’s small grains
Western Innovator: Preserving the world’s small grains
For more than three decades, Harold Bockelman has maintained USDA’s National Small Grains Collection in Aberdeen, Idaho.
Police identify Idaho man who died in car-tractor collision
68-year-old Twin Falls resident Charles Stein died on Friday after the collision.

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