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‘Challenging’ harvest seen for Idaho wheat
‘Challenging’ harvest seen for Idaho wheat
Wheat has sustained heavy damage throughout Idaho due to continuous rain storms in August.

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Idaho barley sustains ‘catastrophic’ losses
Idaho barley sustains ‘catastrophic’ losses
The Idaho Barley Commission is seeking to help growers cope with "catastrophic" damage due to a wet August.
Crapo says he’ll seek a fourth term
Crapo says he’ll seek a fourth term
U.S. Sen. Mike Crapo was elected to the Senate in 1998 to succeed Sen. Dirk Kempthorne. He is serving the fourth year of his third term and is ranked 39th in seniority in the Senate.
Yaks offer couple a unique alternative
Yaks offer couple a unique alternative
Idaho couple raises yak for their meat but also sells meat, breeding animals, hides, skulls and fiber.
Simpson says ag faces challenges on Capitol Hill
Simpson says ag faces challenges on Capitol Hill
Rep. Mike Simpson tells Idaho's dairy industry the biggest challenge facing Congress at present is passing appropriations bills to fund government.
Wolf derby group seeks 5-year special permit
The group, called Idaho for Wildlife, applied with the Bureau of Land Management for a special recreation permit.
Idaho spud experts advise late blight precautions
Idaho spud experts advise late blight precautions
Experts advise Idaho potato growers to take precautions for late blight due to extremely wet weather.
Idaho ag exports up 16 percent during first half
Idaho ag exports up 16 percent during first half
The value of Idaho dairy products sold abroad rose 52 percent to $213 million during the first half of 2014 and led a 16 percent increase in the value of Idaho ag exports.
Idaho county pursues forest right-of-way through farm ground
Idaho county pursues forest right-of-way through farm ground
The Bannock County Commission has tabled a ruling on its proposal to validate a public access through private farm and residential property.
UI center adds pasture research facility
UI center adds pasture research facility
University of Idaho's newest research center, located near Salmon, is opening a new facility to test supplement intake of groups of livestock in a pasture setting.
Spearmint oil assessment rate goes down
The assessment fee for spearmint oil produced in Washington, Idaho, Oregon and parts of Nevada and Utah has been decreased from 10 cents to 9 cents a pound.