A new roughly $30 million grain shuttle-loading facility broke ground last week near Medical Lake, Wash. The new facility is expected to be operational in December 2015.
Growth in Pacific Northwest wheat export markets will come with patience, an analyst tells producers
Trans-Pacific Partnership trade discussions could level the playing field for United States agricult
Bison meat is more common as a high-end, healthy food choice in grocery stores, but the number of fa
Pot is legal in Washington and Oregon, but labor lawyers say employers can still demand drug-free workplaces.
University of Idaho Extension economist Paul Patterson is retiring after several years of conducting an annual cost of production report for the Idaho potato industry.
The cost of producing potatoes has declined slightly for a second consecutive year, according to an economist's report.
An Idaho Department of Labor report projects the state will add 2,100 agriculturel-related jobs by 2022, an increase of 12.3 percent a year. It also projects that sectors indirectly supported by agriculture, such as transportation and food processing,...
Speakers addressed economic issues at the Cattle Producers of Washington annual meeting. JBS Beef Three Rivers Ranch CEO Mike Thoren advised looking at the global market, while James Robb with the Livestock Information Marketing Center looked at what...