John Killefer created the Department of Animal and Rangeland Sciences at OSU by merging the departments of animal sciences and rangeland, ecology and management.
Some farmers in northern Idaho and western Washington are looking for solutions after years of applying nitrogen-based fertilizer has left their land with acidic soil
Pest experts warn chicken coops, compost piles and fallen, rotting fruit are a magnet for rodents.
Calvin Riggleman, 36, got his start in farming the way many do.
Great wine starts with great grapes, the kind that can't survive an 8-month-long winter
A new study may help farmers to irrigate more efficiently by looking at the rate of transpiration in plants.
The rise of recreational marijuana since Oregon voters legalized it has dramatically changed the economic landscape for cannabis statewide
Ron Hardy built a fisheries research program respected around the world.
Diamond Wing Upland Game Birds, LLC, is the leading candidate to be certified to attempt breeding sage grouse in captivity.
Utah wildlife officers are embracing the use of dogs trained to sniff out violations of hunting and fishing rules, including a yellow Labrador named Cody assigned to the southern half of the state
Embrace of small-scale 'hobby farms' farming means more growers get maimed or killed
A University of Idaho researcher who helped innovate LESA irrigation says it worked well in potatoes during 2017 trials.
The 44th annual Hermiston Farm Fair featured a number of new seminars Thursday, including organic crops, precision irrigation and pollinators.
Dicamba has been around for decades, but problems arose over the past couple of years as farmers began to use it on soybean and cotton fields.