High milk prices and lower feed costs grew U.S. milk production 4 percent in July over year-ago levels. Continued favorable margins are expected to boost production the rest of the year.
Rabobank warns that the long-term, steep growth pattern in land values – driven by high commo
The value of Idaho dairy products sold abroad rose 52 percent to $213 million during the first half
The assessment fee for spearmint oil produced in Washington, Idaho, Oregon and parts of Nevada and Utah has been decreased from 10 cents to 9 cents a pound.
Green roofs make sense for wineries, but they’re also catching on for other commercial uses.
J.R. Simplot, Co. has once again delayed the planned closures of Idaho potaot processing plants in Nampa and Aberdeen.
Oregon's grass seed industry finds stability after some rocky years during the recession.
Wheat harvest in Washington's Whitman County, the highest wheat-producing county in the nation, is under way. But market experts say high global supplies will keep wheat prices down in the $6 to $7 per bushel range until after harvest.
An Eastern Idaho farming and ranching family switches to ornamental plants, opening a greenhouse in a rural area.
Farms engaging in ag tourism generated roughly $700 million in 2012 — a 24 percent increase over five years, according to the most recent U.S. Agriculture Department statistics.