Five leaders were selected for inclusion into the Eastern Idaho Agricultural Hall of Fame.
Beekeepers battle colony collapse, pests and weather to produce honey and pollinate crops.
The Idaho Senate has rejected a bill to approve $300 million in bonds for improvements to major tran
Lawmakers said they will not back a plan that primarily used bonds to pay for new road projects and repay it with future federal highway payments.
Five Eastern Idaho canal companies have sent a letter to Water District 1 challenging its practice of deducting downstream river losses to seepage against upstream natural flow rights.
The region cut its onion assessment and encouraged shippers to use the savings to do more of their own direct promotions and marketing.
Eastern Idaho quinoa buyer Jeremiah Clark has signed a major contract to sell his specialty grain and now anticipates needing a much larger processing facility.
A Rexburg father has died after he became entangled in the rotor of farm equipment
A letter from a second-grader who said he wants to be a farmer and a scientist prompted the dean of University of Idaho’s ag college to visit tiny Notus Elementary School March 15 and speak about insects, farming and science.
Idaho State Department of Agriculture Director Celia Gould supports a significant increase in state funding to keep invasive species out of Idaho waters.
The commission will wait until next year to re-submit a proposed rule change that would allow the commission to have access to the names and contact information of all wheat growers in the state.
The Southern Idaho Livestock Hall of Fame will honor its newest inductees April 11
University of Idaho Extension experts have estimated the cost of producing a ton of alfalfa in Idaho ranged from $135 to $146 during 2016, and the average price for alfalfa should finish 2017 at about $144 per ton.
The boy was taken to a hospital to be tested for cyanide poisoning but was not seriously injured and was released. The dog, a 3-year-old Lab named Casey, died.