Wolf depredation complaints among Idaho cattle and sheep producers has gradually decreased since the state held its first hunting season in 2009. But wolf control efforts in Idaho have been significantly impacted by federal funding cuts.
The Wheat Foods Council is defending the health characteristics of enriched grains. The council says enriched grains are responsible for lowering neural tube birth defects and a primary source of folic acid. Council president Judi Adams says enriched grains make an easy target.
New Idaho Cattle Association president Jared Brackett says the organization's plate is full with env
A new online marketing tool for beef producers was introduced during Idaho Farm Bureau Federation's
Ethanol plants in Idaho, Oregon and California are making ethanol from beet sugarforfeited by Amalgamated Sugar Co.
A Twin Falls, Idaho, commercial fish and frog facility has agreed to pay a $25,000 penalty to EPA for more than 550 violations of its discharge permit under the Clean Water Act.
Sheep trailing is as old as the West, but the tradition faces mountain challenges with increasing development, population density and environmental conflicts.
After another Idaho ring rot flare-up in 2013, officials anticipate much more seed testing for the costly disease.
Following the state's first trade mission to Russia, Idaho farm leaders and state officials believe the country, with a population of 143 million peope, presents a big opportunity for Gem State ag products.
University of Idaho researchers are trying to find winter wheat varieties that are less susceptible to barley yellow dwarf virus.
A farm that raises tilapia and frogs has agreed to a deal with the federal Enviornmental Protectioin Agency over alleged water pollution.
University of Idaho Extension has scheduled February cereal schools throughout the state.
Idaho is on pace to set a record for agricultural exports for the third straight year.
University of Idaho researchers are working to find methods to control ventenata, a grassy weed that's spreading throughout the Pacific Northwest. The crop damages timothy hay chances in overseas markets and costing roughly $22 million annually. UI...