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Food and agricultural industries and their suppliers contribute more than $8.6 trillion to the U.S. economy — nearly one-fifth of the total national output, according to the seventh annual "Fe…

BOISE — Idaho will spend nearly $125 million on broadband internet infrastructure under Senate Bill 1129, which Gov. Brad Little signed March 20. More internet funds are on the way.

Angie Freel, who recently arrived in Moscow from Arkansas, is the University of Idaho’s new 4-H Youth Development Program director. She has worked with 4-H for 27 years. 

BOISE — Three Eastern Idaho farmers have paid a total of $500,000 to settle allegations they violated the False Claims Act by submitting fraudulent Coronavirus Food Assistance Program applicat…

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After two years of unprecedented problems related to COVID and snarled supply chains, farmers are still having problems buying the equipment, parts and inputs they need. The situation is getti…

After years of water supply shortages and drought, basins in southeastern Idaho have received well above normal precipitation this winter.

Bird flu has been found in a flock of chickens in Bingham County, in eastern Idaho, the state Department of Agriculture confirmed. It is the first case of bird flu in the state this year.


Idaho has joined a Texas lawsuit against the Biden administration's waterway protections, claiming the rules are too vague and violate state sovereignty rights. The lawsuit was originally file…

Census of Agriculture questionnaires will be accepted through spring even though the original deadline has passed, USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service said.

JEROME, Idaho — The new True West beef processing plant, a venture of Boise-based Agri Beef Co., got a warm community welcome Feb. 25, with more than 3,000 people attending its open house.


TWIN FALLS, Idaho — Overwhelming opposition to one of the largest wind energy projects in the nation was prominent during the federal Bureau of Land Management’s recent informational open house.

Reducing the spread of noxious weeds by involving more landowners is a goal of a bill the Idaho House of Representatives passed.

Marsha and Howard Neibling help dairy farmers navigate strict state regulations by providing them with comprehensive guidance for complying with their nutrient management plans.

The Humane Society of the United States says Idaho's draft wolf plan is unnecessarily harmful to the predators and unlikely to achieve all of its goals. The state has exceeded delisting goals …

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