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The federal Climate Prediction Center issued a La Nina watch Thursday, indicating the odds favor the Pacific Ocean cooling in the next six months and enhancing the chances for a cold and wet u…

Lava Lake Land & Livestock of Hailey, Idaho, has permanently retired four of its sheep grazing allotments on more than 88,000 acres of U.S. Forest Service land north and northeast of Ketchum.

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SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — At least eight people, including three children, were killed when two airplanes collided over a scenic mountain lake in northern Idaho, the Kootenai County Sheriff’s Offi…

Boise-based Amalgamated Sugar will contribute $500,000 to support improvements to the University of Idaho’s Parma Research and Extension Center, UI announced July 1.

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A federal judge has ruled that work can continue on a public trail on an easement crossing private land that connects the popular tourist destinations of Redfish Lake and Stanley in central Idaho.

U.S. potato growers planted nearly 5% fewer acres this year compared to 2019, according to June 30 USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service estimates.

Construction of the $10 million Idaho State Department of Agriculture Diagnostic Laboratory is expected to start by late September and conclude about a year later in east Boise north of ISDA h…

Four of Idaho’s state legislators tackled cattle-related issues that could be debated in the 2021 session during the Idaho Cattle Association's summer conference this week.

Jack Brown, retired in May from the University of Idaho after 28 years as oilseed breeder. During his tenure he developed new varieties of canola, mustard and rapeseed.

The joint agribusiness committee of the Caldwell and Nampa chambers of commerce suspended the program due to COVID-19 impacts, representatives said.

In the three weeks since USDA opened applications for its $16 billion farm aid program, the department has disbursed $2.9 billion in direct payments to more than 220,000 farmers nationwide who…

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Officials say the bees could be worth more than $200,000, and the suspect has likely victimized more than 30 people across California, Washington, Montana, Idaho and Oregon.

Streamflows and the water supply remain below normal in several Idaho river basins, the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service reported June 5, with shortages possible in parts of the eas…

The University of Idaho, Natural Resources Conservation Service and local conservation districts have teamed up to bring producers virtual field days highlighting innovative practices for impr…

The Idaho FFA Foundation’s 10th annual tractor raffle raised more money for chapter programs and scholarships this year despite COVID-19 challenges that prompted changes to the campaign and drawing.

Valley Wide Cooperative recently put more money back into the hands of its roughly 3,500 grower members and made a major donation to regional food banks to help farmers and communities deal wi…