A young women's wish to experience the Trailing of the Sheep Festval came to life through the Idaho chapter of Make-A-Wish Foundation and sheep festival organizers.
A year-long effort that will seek to find solutions to slow the rapid loss of farm ground in Idaho's
The annual Harvest Fest at Shasta College in Redding, Calif., provides tours of the college farm as
Cindy Tobeck's pumpkin beat out more than two dozen others from Oregon, Washington and California.
About 30 of LaVerne Burck’s friends and members of the farming community teamed up to harvest corn and soybeans on the farm, which has been in the family since the 1870s.
Reclaimed lumber from old barns and other farm buildings is popular among home renovators and wood workers.
Chris Owens, who runs Owens Truck Farm in Ashland, put up the “Official NH Voting Booth” sign on the wooden structure.
Joanna Kubes and Kaitlin Davis will each receive a $1,500 college scholarship.
A proposed rail-to-trail project in Oregon's Yamhill County has farmers worried about conflicts with agriculture.
A long-standing Food Producers of Idaho program called the Agricultural Pavilion, hosted during two Idaho fairs to educate the public about agriculture, is coming to end, officials with the organization have announced.
Molly’Gaynor is now a finalist — along with two other children under the age of 12 — to sing the national anthem at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas in December.