Washington State University small grains economist Randy Fortenbery says wheat and beef prices aren't likely to recover to higher levels in the next few years due to large global supplies. Farmers will have to be more conservative about what they...
Art Douglas of Creighton University and a fixture at the Spokane Ag Expo and Pacific Northwest Farm
A sustainable production program run by Thresher Artisan Wheat and Syngenta continues to contribute
State and national leaders talked about the potato industry's priorities during the Washington-Orego
Voles are prolific procreators, and controlling them on cropland and pasture requires a combination of methods.
Exports of blueberries to Japan have dropped since the country's earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster in 2011.
Food trends author David Sax delivered the keynote address at the Washington-Oregon Potato Conference in Kennewick, Wash.
Idaho State University has announced plans to start a two-year associates degree in drones, stemming from the university's multi-year crop research projects involving cameras mounted on drones.
Idaho's sugar beet industry is strong and poised for success over the next several years, Idaho lawmakers were told recently.
The revocation of the "grass-fed" standard by USDA's Agricultural Marketing Service has worried the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition.
Aquaponics is an ecosystem where fish, plants and microbes work in symbiotic fashion.
The Northwest Cooperative Development Center's Cultivating Cooperative Roots Conference is Feb. 5-7 in Spokane. Keynote speaker David Thompson will talk about the future of cooperatives Feb. 6.
A 9-year-old system to help Washington tree fruit growers optimize treatments for pests and diseases is being improved by Washington State University.
Working as a consultant for the Idaho Potato Commission, retired University of Idaho Extension economist Paul Patterson has presented his final report on the cost of producing potatoes in Idaho.