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The Washington State Board of Health is taking comments on a proposal that could lead to fines against ranchers, farmers and other animal owners for stockpiling manure too close to a well, dit…

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Washington wolf advocates scored a court victory Thursday, as a judge in Seattle said he will take another look at whether Fish and Wildlife's wolf-removal protocol violates the State Environm…

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Environmentalists are accusing U.S. land managers of failing to keep livestock and wild horses out of streams and other wetlands in Arizona's White Mountains, resultin…

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A bill asking meat suppliers to package beef as either "USA" or "imported" passed the Washington House by a wide margin Tuesday.

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Agriculture contributed 9.3% of the U.S. output of greenhouse gases in 2018, mostly nitrous oxide from fertilized fields and methane from cattle, the Environmental Protection Agency reports in…

Breeding beef genetics onto dairy cows to create calves that are fully functional in the beef industry can provide an additional revenue stream for dairy producers.

A fifth-generation cow/calf producer from Filer, Idaho, was elected chairman of the Cattlemen’s Beef Promotion & Research Board during the 2020 Cattle Industry Convention in San Antonio, Texas.

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A bill urging Washington Fish and Wildlife to put radio collars on more wolves has been loosened, making electronically tracking livestock-attacking packs a priority for the department rather …

An investor has filed a lawsuit against the Beyond Meat company, which makes plant-based imitation beef, pork and poultry products, for allegedly minimizing a dispute with a former food processor.

Eileen Rowan, a technical expert for the Soil and Water Conservation District in Idaho County, has been working with landowners to plan various projects aimed at clearing the water in the regi…

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Fish and Wildlife wants more collars in some packs to steer cattle from danger, but wolves are too hard to capture for the department to meet a quota.

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The beef industry's civil war over country-of-origin labels has come to the Washington Legislature, where an unusually long and politically varied list of lawmakers are sponsoring a bill to re…

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EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — A Creswell woman accused of neglecting 61 horses boarded at her facility has been sentenced to five years of probation, can no longer board horses and must pay restitution …

Consumer demand for antibiotic-free meat has climbed as health messages have reached buyers. The shift reflects an effort to slow the spread of antibiotic-resistant “superbugs” — bacteria that…

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A Northeast Washington legislator has introduced a bill directing the department to collar more wolves with radio transmitters, especially in packs that have attacked livestock.

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Legislation in Washington state would require makers of veggie burgers and other meat substitutes to label packages with a disclaimer that they have no meat.

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The bill's sponsor says more wolf-hunting opportunities would reduce attacks on livestock and keep the predators from spreading into southern Idaho. 

People learn through stories, said Michele Payn, a nationally recognized speaker and author on the food industry. And as the stories around food change, the way people think about food is chan…

The proposed rule would modernize and clarify regulations to facilitate more efficient, effective and timely NEPA reviews for ranchers with federal allotments.

The Washington Wolf Advisory Group is discussing a change in how the state Department of Fish and Wildlife manages wolves that repeatedly attack livestock.