A Rexburg, Idaho, grower raises spelt in his unique rotation.
The U.S. attorney's office in Idaho and the state attorney general announced today there is not enou
Western Watersheds Project was accused of age discrimination by an ex-employee in a lawsuit that was dismissed shortly after it was filed.
The 20-square-mile blaze burning west to east crossed State Highway 21 about 5 miles south of Lowman.
Idaho wheat farmers say they're harvesting a decent crop near the start of the 2016 winter wheat harvest.
A North Idaho grain farmer and his wife, who recently retired from teaching, have opened a grain mill to directly market some of their crops.
Idaho's nursery industry will team up with University of Idaho researchers on a project designed to introduce new, aesthetically pleasing native plants to the market.
The Idaho Water Resource Board is investing in three aquifer recharge projects in south-central Idaho that would more than double current winter recharge capacity in those areas.
Potato and wheat growers will be among the first to benefit from a new breeding technology that quickly and cheaply introduces desirable traits without being considered genetic modification.
Authorities say the deputies shot and killed 62-year-old Jack Yantis on Nov. 1 after one of his bulls was hit by a car and charged emergency crews.
Officials say its poor dental health caused the bear to prey on sheep.
Weather conditions have USDA Agricultural Research Service research plant molecular geneticist Camille Steber concerned about falling number potential across the Pacific Northwest.
About 300 firefighters supported by five helicopters are fighting the fire that is 20 percent contained.
Idaho farm and environmental groups left their third negotiated rulemaking meeting far apart on proposed changes to the state's field burning program.