The Bureau of Land Management has issued a final rule updating its land-use planning process, and advocates for rural counties and public lands grazing vow to fight it.
Farmers were blindsided this year by low falling number in their wheat when they expected a good yie
Potato production is up slightly in the U.S. and Canada, but industry officials are optimistic about
Farm owner Luke Park has been indicted on 15 counts connected to the teen’s death, including falsifying business records and endangering the welfare of a child.
Australian farmers rely heavily on thousands of young backpackers traversing the Outback to pick their produce each year.
The Hewlett Foundation has put $50 million into a new fund to remove obsolete dams and improve rivers throughout the West.
Grazing advocates say the Obama administration plans to push through proposed changes in the Bureau of Land Management planning process that would be bad for the livestock industry and small communities.
Washington Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers is one of the vice chairs on President-Elect Donald Trump's transition team.
Twenty out of the original 28 captive-born ferrets that were released in 2015 are alive and reproducing, a survival rate of 71 percent.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says 21 people have been infected in eight states from Jan. 11 through Oct. 24.
Officials are still trying to determine what specifically caused the illnesses, but they appear to have narrowed the source to a church-sponsored meal held at the American Legion hall in Antioch, Calif.
Environmentalists are petitioning the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to take another look at the bird.
The Pacific Northwest grain industry is fairly prepared for a 14-week closure of the Columbia-Snake River System, beginning Dec. 12 through March 20, representatives say.
The grain industry is preparing for continued attacks on crop insurance, leaders say.