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Dairy prices ended May in far better shape than at the beginning of the month, and block cheese prices entered June Dairy Month at record highs.

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Tractors and trucks from across the region rumbled through Klamath Falls Friday on their way to the "Shut Down and Fed Up" rally where speakers called for a revamping of the way water is allocated.

Some Idaho milk checks dropped to the $8 a hundredweight range, and cost of production is about $16.

The Oregon Department of Forestry will enter wildfire season beginning June 1 in Central Oregon, 10 days earlier than last year.

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The second International Quinoa Research Symposium, offered online for free, could reach up to 1,000 participants. Washington State University specialty crop breeder Kevin Murphy says quinoa h…

Idaho noxious-weed officials are warning residents to be on the lookout for poison hemlock, present at above-average levels this year due to a mild winter and spring, an adequate water supply …

Meatpacking plant closures and slowdowns due to the COVID-19 pandemic have market-ready cattle overstaying their welcome in feedlots and crowding out newcomers.

Declines in sales and logistical issues due to the coronavirus pandemic have dropped Washington apple exports by 18% compared to two years ago.

The Agriculture Department’s preliminary data in its latest Milk Production report pegged April output at 18.70 billion pounds, up a somewhat bullish 1.4% from April 2019. Output in the top 24…


Washington Fish and Wildlife said Friday it won't shoot wolves in a pack that has attacked three calves in approximately one week in Stevens County.

Dairy farmers can begin applying for direct payments for losses they incurred due to the coronavirus pandemic on May 26 through USDA’s Coronavirus Food Assistance Program.


GRANGEVILLE, Idaho (AP) — Even though scores of rodeos across the country are canceling or postponing this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, organizers of the White Bird Rodeo and Grangev…

The Farwest Show, the biggest nursery and green industry wholesale show in the West, is canceled because of COVID-19.


WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump said Friday that he has deemed churches and other houses of worship “essential" and called on governors across the country to allow them to reopen this…

USDA Wildlife Services during the first 10 months of Idaho’s fiscal year confirmed 46% fewer wolf-caused depredations of livestock and domestic animals and handled 21% fewer investigations com…


SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California's unemployment rate nearly tripled to 15.5% in April as the nation's most populous state lost more jobs in one month than it did during the Great Recession…

The annual combine demolition derby in Lind, Wash., has been canceled due to the COVID-19 quarantine. Organizers hope to bring it back "bigger and better than ever" next year. 


Many industry leaders have expressed excitement about how the relief package will help agribusinesses. But some say CFAP's structure is flawed and excludes thousands of farmers and ranchers in crisis.