The 4th annual Women in Agriculture conference is set for Twin Falls, Idaho, on Feb. 21 with a focus on marketing and will broadcast to 28 other locations in the Pacific Northwest.
University of Idaho Extension forester Chris Schnepf, based in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, makes sure fam
International Dairy Foods Association, representing processors, is calling for changes in milk prici
Washington State University economist Randy Fortenbery addresses the economic demand for oilseed cro
The Pacific Northwest Direct Seed Association is seeking farmers to serve as pilots for its new certification program, Farmed Smart. The certification would provide a "safe harbor" from regulatory agencies that support the program, says executive...
Pasteurization equipment recently installed at the Hazelnut Growers of Oregon processing facility is expected to shield suppliers from on-farm food safety regulations.
Genetically modified sugar beets have resulted in a positive impact of about $22 million to Idaho growers since they began planting them in 2008, according to Snake River Sugar Co.
The trade show with accompanying seminars for farmers will be at the Expo Center of the College of Southern Idaho.
Eastern Washington haygrowers will tour the Spokane Hutterian Brethren's farm Feb. 7.
Most pumpkin seeds in snack foods come from China.
Nearly 1,800 people are expected to attend the Washington Oregon Potato Conference Jan. 27-29 in Kennewick, Wash.
Two Washington state Senate committees hear about business losses caused by a backlog of goods waiting to be shipped from ports.
Officials say the main problem is that the farthest inland seaport on the West Coast can't get enough empty containers to meet demand.
A new Pacific Northwest consortium is the first to receive an FAA exemption to use unmanned aerial vehicles in agricultural production.