The Profanity Peak wolf pack in Eastern Washington is up to three confirmed livestock kills and three probable depredations. The state begins considering killing problem wolves in the pack at four confirmed kills.
Santos and Zenaida Guadarrama are closing in on 20 years of operating a 12-acre vegetable farm near
An Eastern Washington county is conducting an industrial wastewater study to improve its ability to recruit food processing companies.
The Washington State Department of Agriculture has confirmed the year's first case of West Nile viru
USDA researcher Xianming Chen says it's a severe year for stripe rust.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife reports that bald eagles are soaring and no longer need to be on the state-protected list.
Weather conditions have USDA Agricultural Research Service research plant molecular geneticist Camille Steber concerned about falling number potential across the Pacific Northwest.
Washington Lawmakers should end a tax break that benefits the mint oil industry and review one that lowers the cost of farm equipment, according to legislative auditors.
A Western Washington slaughterhouse has again recalled whole hogs because of salmonella.
As harvest continues, Pacific Northwest farmers are worried about price discounts for high protein soft white wheat.
An Edwall, Wash., sheep rancher says vandals let 240 of his goats out in Issaquah, Wash.
The tribe says it is worried the genetically modified salmon can escape and harm wild salmon runs.
The Washington Department of Ecology's estimate of how much new pollution-control rules will cost dairies lowballs the true cost, according to an industry representative.
Washington State University field day brings farmers, brewers and maltsters together to learn about future malting barley varieties.