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Idaho wheat groups to move forward with proposed rule change
Idaho wheat groups to move forward with proposed rule change
A rule change proposed during the 2018 Idaho Legislature would give the Idaho Wheat Commission the ability to collect the names and contact information of all wheat farmers in the state.
Idaho officials delay possible increase in grazing fees
The state's top elected officials have put off a possible increase in grazing fees on state lands due to potential litigation
ESPA groundwater users face flow meter deadline
Groundwater districts report they are about half way toward meeting a goal of installing flow meters on wells throughout the Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer.
Grazing slowly returns to land scorched by 2015 Soda Fire
Grazing slowly returns to land scorched by 2015 Soda Fire
BLM officials will use 30 miles of targeted grazing fuel breaks as part of its plan to protect the restoration work it has done following the 2015 Soda Fire, which scorched tens of thousands of acres of grazing land in southwestern Idaho and part of...
Partners seek to help flood irrigation projects make cut in grant
Partners seek to help flood irrigation projects make cut in grant
Recipients of a large USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service grant to help build up the Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer hope to structure their programs to make certain a wide variety of project concepts are funded.
FFA tractor raffle has raised awareness of the importance of ag education
FFA tractor raffle has raised awareness of the importance of ag education
The Idaho FFA Foundation’s tractor raffle, which heads into its eighth year in 2018, has raised enough money to award $129,000 in scholarships to FFA members.
Biologists: Grizzly numbers hold steady around Yellowstone
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service removed Yellowstone grizzlies from the threatened species list in July.
Idaho farm cash receipts, ag exports projected to be up in 2017
Idaho farm cash receipts, ag exports projected to be up in 2017
Idaho’s farming industry is on a different, more positive track than the nation’s overall agricultural industry in terms of cash receipts and net farm income.
UI, WSU find promise in biological wireworm controls
UI, WSU find promise in biological wireworm controls
University of Idaho and Washington State University have had success in studies using a beneficial fungus and nematodes to attack wireworms and improve the health of wheat plants.
Ruling preventing Idaho horse herd sterilization appealed
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is appealing a federal court ruling preventing the sterilizing of a herd of wild horses in southwestern Idaho

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