Although it gives producers a tax break this year, the legislation expires at the end of the year.
A caucus of longshoremen's union leaders did not approve a labor contract deal with container termin
State program links farmers with coyote hunters and trappers.
West Coast port slowdown causes fry rationing at McDonald's in Japan.
Drought-parched California hit by more storms.
Plunging gasoline costs caused U.S. consumer prices to drop in November, muting inflation across the entire economy.
Public lands ranchers have a lot to be happy about in the government funding bill passed by both the House and Senate, from a pullback of EPA regulation to grazing and rangeland support. Trade and marketing provisions, however, are not pleasing everyone...
The recently approved $1.1 trillion federal spending bill contains a lot to please agriculture.
The conservation easement was supported by the U.S. Forest Service and the state of Wyoming. It preserves a migration corridor used by elk as well as riparian habitat along the Snake River.
It looks likely apples will flow both ways between the U.S. and China in a couple of months, industry officials say.
Artist Bo Muller-Moore said Friday outside the Statehouse that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office had granted his application to trademark “eat more kale,” a phrase he says promotes local agriculture.
The lawsuit cites about two dozen instances dating back to 2005 in which employees and volunteers with Western Watersheds Project ignored direct instructions or posted signs warning them not to trespass on private land.
The roll call of U.S. House members, who passes a $1.1 trillion spending bill Thursday. The bill now goes to the Senate.
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, R-Wash., says immigration solutions must come early next year,