The decision came three months after a major scandal into allegations of bribed meat inspectors shook Brazil’s meat industry.
The final ruling by the Fish and Wildlife Service to remove Yellowstone grizzlies from the list of endangered and threatened species will give jurisdiction over the bears to Montana, Idaho and Wyoming.
The men charged with possessing more than 1,200 stolen beehives could each spend more than a decade in jail if convicted.
Agricultural research at the University of Idaho is disproportionately geared toward plant-based agr
Allowing thousands of make-shift campers on sensitive habitat doesn’t sit well with ranchers who must follow strict grazing rules.
The suit says new studies have questioned whether killing predators protects livestock.
Wildlife officials watching to see whether Western Washington has its first wolfpack
Three lawsuits over the expansion of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument have been halted while the Trump administration reviews the decision.
Producers whose grazing operations have been impacted by monument designations are urged to call the California Cattlemen’s Association at (916) 444-0845.
A study showed that livestock grazing can affect fire behavior metrics and can be an effective tool in wildfire suppression.
ODFW says years of poor ocean conditions and drought have limited the steelhead’s food supply.
A March 2016 decision by the Department of Agriculture allowed imported meat to be sold as U.S. products, the lawsuit says.
The Idaho judge in a case of cattle theft wasn’t buying any of the defendant’s claims of justification for stealing cattle in sentencing him to 12 years probation contingent upon full restitution.
WDFW has blamed calf's death on the Sherman Pack, rather than the Profanity Peak pack