A Washington rancher says wolves in the new Profanity Peak pack have been preying on their livestock.
The cattle were headed from a ranch in Kuna, Idaho, to a feed lot in Texas. Authorities say the truck was apparently going too fast around a curve.
Eastern Idaho growers say the quality of their third alfalfa cutting is strong, but yield and price
Compensation payments for grazing losses will be reduced, so the Farm Service Agency is urging livestock producers to file claims by the end of September.
A small Oregon hog farm finds a way into a big urban market.
The new director of the Oregon Cattlemen's Association has dairy, commodity group and state ag board experience.
Columnist Doug Warnock writes about grazing management after a wildfire.
Those strange looking cows grazing near Long Beach, Wash., are part of a business plan by Ed Ketel and Lance Wright.
A virus killing deer in southwest Oregon can spread to cattle and sheep, wildlife officials warn.
Supporters of Idaho's Agricultural Security Act say a judge's ruling not to dismiss a federal lawsuit against the law wasn't a decision on the merits of the case, while opponents hailed it as a win for the plaintiffs.
A federal judge has refused to throw out a challenge to Idaho's so-called "ag gag" law.
The Stevens County sheep rancher said he was left "high and dry" when state wildlife officials called off a wolf hunt, forcing him to move his flock to keep it from being attacked.
Idaho Wildlife Services will receive $225,000 from the new Idaho wolf depredation board this year to help fund its wolf control efforts. The USDA agency has lost about $700,000 in funding since 2009, which has reduced its efforts to control depredating...
A rancher in Stevens County has decided to move his sheep flock to protect it from wolves rather than wait for state officials to kill the animals responsible for repeated attacks.