Low milk prices and other factors are contributing to slow hay sales and feeder alfalfa reaching low prices not seen in years.
The Washington State Department of Agriculture is putting on tours to bring farmers and buyers toget
The institutional customers come through the Hmong American Farmers Association, a 4-year-old nonprofit that runs a farm and is aggregating produce grown by more than 30 Hmong member farmers to sell to grocery stores, wholesalers, caterers and schools.
Idaho ranked No. 2 among the 11 Western states in 2014 for net farm income, behind only California.
The U.S. Potato Board has come up with a plan to restore declining demand for frozen U.S. french fries.
A relatively new variety of soft white winter wheat tops the list of varieties raised by Washington growers.
The Idaho Potato Commission's Great Big Idaho Potato Truck is back in Idaho to wrap up another national tour.
Kevin Oldenburg, president of 2nd Sight Bio Science in Spokane, has developed FairPick, a way for fruit growers to more accurately measure the amount of fruit their employees pick.
After 10 years of wealth in agriculture, global economics are pressing the reset button on ag and rural areas.
The Tribine carries 1,000 bushels of grain at a time and can unload nine bushels per second, or about 500 per minute.
University of Idaho graduate Lee Schatz, now with the USDA Foreign Agricultural Service, returns to the Moscow, Idaho campus to talk about opportunities and international trade. Schatz was featured in the Oscar-winning movie "Argo."
A California rancher won a business competition with a plan to raise free-range rabbits.