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Feds fine northern Idaho business after teen’s death
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration fined the Incredible Corn Maze in Hauser, Idaho, in the death of an 18-year-old employee.

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Boise company first to export meat to Myanmar
Boise company first to export meat to Myanmar
Boise-based Agri Beef became the first U.S. company to ship meat to Myanmar, a developing country in Southeast Asia.
Idaho lawmakers close to setting budget for college of ag
The dean of University of Idaho's College of Agricultural and Life Sciences explained to lawmakers Feb. 19 how state funding for the college is being used to help Idaho's farming sector.
UI Extension offers rural land purchasing class
The Clearwater County University of Idaho Extension office in Orofino, Idaho, is offering a workshop on rural land purchasing March 12, 19 and 26 in Lewiston, Idaho.
IGWA to appeal Rangen mitigation right denial
IGWA to appeal Rangen mitigation right denial
Idaho groundwater users have decided to appeal a recent ruling by Idaho Department of Water Resources Director Gary Spackman denying them a water right to mitigate for damages their operations have caused to the Rangen, Inc., trout farm in Hagerman.
Sports medicine test holds promise for cattle industry
Sports medicine test holds promise for cattle industry
Researchers at Idaho State University and Montana State University collaborated on a project to use a quick blood test common in sports science to evaluate the disposition of livestock.
Eight people recognized for support of Idaho agriculture
Eight people recognized for support of Idaho agriculture
Eight people received awards for their contributions to Idaho agriculture Feb. 17 during the annual Larry Branen Idaho Ag Summit.
UI offers pre-licensing training for pesticide applicators
University of Idaho is offering pre- licensing pesticide applicator training in four Idaho locations in February and March.
Bill would allow only commercial beekeepers to vote on assessment
Only commercial beekeepers who have to pay Idaho's per-hive assessment could vote to increase or decrease the fee under legislation introduced in the Idaho Legislature.
Rural lawmakers back federal land transfer report
Rural lawmakers back federal land transfer report
A report authorized by the Idaho Legislature suggests the state should approve at least $750,000 to continue laying the groundwork for the transfer of federal lands to state ownership.
Idaho ag exports set record for fourth straight year
Idaho ag exports set record for fourth straight year
Idaho set another record for total agricultural exports in 2014, despite a slowdown in sales of dairy products, which are the state's top farm export.