Wildfires have burned nearly 900,000 acres of forests and grasslands across the Pacific Northwest.
A federal judge has cleared the way for an Astoria, Ore., log exporter to move logs owned by a major Chinese building materials company.
Eastern Idaho growers see potential for peas beyond their use in cover crops.
Fires in Washington's Okanogan County have burned thousands of acres of rangeland, killed livestock,
Utah State University researchers have found yields increase by more than 20 percent when farmers plant dryland safflower in late November or December.
A bill signed by Gov. Jerry Brown will bar those convicted of livestock theft from holding a registered brand in California for five years, and the person will face increased scrutiny after that. The bill was the second in two years to deal with cattle...
A $70 million facility being constructed in downtown Boise will house 52 antique tractors that will help serve as a reminder of Idaho's farming roots. The building is being funded by the J.R. Simplot family.
The sheep industry is relieved by congressional action to keep the U.S. Sheep Experiment Station at Dubois, Idaho, open. USDA had requested reprogramming of funds for the station, which would have shuttered its doors.
The cows, calves and a prize bull were crowded under some small crabapple trees on July 14 when the lighting struck.
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife biologists track, trap and monitor wolves, the better to get a handle on populations and movement throughout the state. Documentation of wolf sightings will open the door to more management options, says wolf...
Wawona Packing says on its website that no illnesses have been reported and the recall is a precautionary measure.
The Carlton Complex of fires in north-central Washington had burned about 379 square miles, fire spokesman Andrew Sanbri said Monday. That would make it the largest wildfire in the state since record-keeping started.
The Buzzard Complex Fire is burning about 45 miles northeast of Burns, in Central Oregon.
Fires in Washington's Okanogan County have destroyed thousands of acres of rangeland, left ranches and orchards without power and killed livestock.