The American Malting Barley Association is seeking improved varieties to bolster barley acres.
Women entering agriculture are urged to stick with it, learn from experienced farmers and pass the k
Benchmark yield calculations in the Agricultural Risk Coverage-County program has led to wide varia
Feedlots have slowed feeder cattle purchases, leaving a lot of feeder supplies still out in the coun
The University of Idaho has scheduled seminars for Eastern Idaho and Magic Valley to offer producers outlooks for the coming year.
Idaho fresh potato shipments are up considerably for the Thanksgiving holiday, according to a new USDA report.
The Wilco farmers cooperative is expanding on several fronts.
Slug expert Rory McDonnell is looking for ways that Oregon farmers can eliminate the slimy pests.
Cattle producer B.J. Macfarlane brings industry knowledge and experience to his job as farm manager at Shasta College in Redding, Calif.
Northern California researchers have found that barriers between producers and buyers hinder the expansion of the local food movement despite consumers' desire to know the origin of their food.
USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service has released data for the basis of increasing the minimum wage for H-2A workers by 5.44 percent in Washington and Oregon next year.
Experts say water-saving sensing technology is advancing rapidly and growers should consider their options and potential challenges before installing a system.
Brent Wing constructed a miniature crane mounted on a small tractor, outfitted with a winch capable of picking up objects weighing up to 2,000 pounds.
A Wilbur, Wash., farming operation has filed a claim against the state grain inspection service office in Spokane, protesting an altitude change in the falling number test.