U.S. agriculture is in transition from a 10-year wealth period, particularly in the grain sector, and will be influenced by a number of factors, including global economies and recession and unrest in Europe.
Idaho's gross state product grew at one of the fastest rates in the nation last year and a strong pe
Washington blueberry growers expect a record-setting crop for an eighth straight year. Prices have f
The Idaho State Department of Agriculture will use a $18,000 federal grant to conduct four events ar
Idaho farmers weren't surprised to hear that the average cost to rent irrigated cropland increased $20 an acre this year. The average rent expense for all cropland in Idaho is estimated at $151 an acre, an increase of $12 over 2013.
Cider makers grow their own heirloom apples to keep up with the growth of their company.
Restlesss Washington Supreme Court suggests lawmakers should look at eliminating tax exemptions to fund education. Farm advocates are concerned tax breaks that saved growers and food processors $588.2 million in recent two-year period will be closed.
The USDA Risk Management Agency has announced projected wheat and barley prices for the 2015 crop year. Farmers have until Sept. 30 to purchase crop insurance.
Rancher Joe Pozzi raises sheep and markets the wool through added value products.
Idaho Agriculture Department hosted Russianbeef cattle producers in hopes of building relationships that will lead to cattle and semen sales in the future.
A Firth, Idaho, farmer has become one of the nation's top designers of corn mazes.
In foodie Portland, another business will help rural producers market to urban consumers.
U.S. dairy exports are slowing due to high U.S. prices that are discouraging buyers on the open market. Exports in July were down 9 percent from June on a volume basis and down 10 percent on a value basis.