Steve Reynolds does all the maintenance — the planting, pruning, cutting and weeding. He’s a one-man show.
USDA researcher Xianming Chen says it's a severe year for stripe rust.
Weather conditions have USDA Agricultural Research Service research plant molecular geneticist Camil
Idaho barley growers are participating in a worldwide program that allows them to compare their prod
The Idaho Barley Commission has appointed a new commissioner to represent Northern Idaho.
Some small farmers say Wyoming now has the best local artisan food law in the country, the Food Freedom Act.
Cherry growers in the Pacific Northwest have enjoyed relatively good weather and fruit quality, but crop compression kept prices and grower returns low in mid-season.
Most of the farming is done in a newly constructed 3,000-square-foot aquaponics-generated greenhouse.
Large global inventories and weak demand will stretch out the rough patch for dairymen, but most of the major exporting regions have put the brakes on milk production.
Western Growers is offering "scholarships" for start-up companies to rent space in its new Center for Innovation and Technology, where companies work to develop new products and services to meet agriculture's most pressing needs.
Idaho ag groups have joined a national effort to convince Congress to loosen trade and travel bans to Cuba. Gov. Butch Otter, a farmer and rancher, will chair the state coalition.
Nebraska is one of four states to consider legislation that would require manufacturers to make diagnostic, service and technical information available to farmers and independent repair technicians.