BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Restrictions on using drones for surveillance on individuals and private property would be increased under legislation proposed Tuesday.
Demand solid after holiday season. Shipments lag totals from previous year's strong crop.
Relationships, physical well-being and self affirmation are important components in reducing stress.
Officials at the Idaho Department of Fish and Game are being criticized for taking part in a research project that led to the killing of 206 elk across southern Idaho from Pocatello to Nampa.
Study, planned draft impact statement contemplate raising dam. Officials assessing viable alternatives, possible flow-augmentation needs under Endangered Species Act.
Rancher Carson Kelly has become a trendsetter in central Idaho, flying a drone to help raise breeds of cattle originating in Scotland.
Presenters at Feb. 6 soil-health workshop to share lessons learned on sizable beet, potato farm.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The director of the Idaho Department of Fish and Game on Thursday said there are an estimated 1,000 wolves in Idaho.
The bill's sponsor says more wolf-hunting opportunities would reduce attacks on livestock and keep the predators from spreading into southern Idaho.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Some areas in Idaho would be declared wolf-free zones, and other areas where the animals have killed livestock would have increased wolf-killing opportunities under legisla…
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho residents would get a break on property taxes and grocery sales taxes under proposed legislation introduced Wednesday.
Building is completed in Salmon, while CAFE plans and Parma fundraising are making progress.
The legislation aims to align state law with federal law contained in the 2018 Farm Bill.
The site west of Caldwell to handle more volume for dairy industry. Shipment of hops, onions are anticipated.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A lawmaker said Monday that Chicken Dinner Road in southwestern Idaho is a historic name and is opposed to an animal protection group's request to rename it.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Legislation granting an emergency water right when crews are trying to clean up spills in Idaho waterways headed to lawmakers in the House on Monday.
Ontario event aims to cover still-new crop's early lessons, expand knowledge base.
Southwestern Idaho's snowpack is near normal after a 30 percentage-point boost. Many other basins are also in good shape.
Administrative rules are a big topic as commodity commissions, state agencies get an update.
Equipment innovations, optimizing potato quality in range of growing conditions, among topics at major employer's expanded event
Karen Edwards has retired from the Idaho Water Users Association after more than 43 years on the job. She will be honored at the upcoming association conference in Boise.
2020 will be a "severe epidemic" year for stripe rust, based on current crop and weather conditions, says USDA Agricultural Research Service plant pathologist Xianming Chen. Farmers planting s…
Chumrau to assist in international market development
The conference will focus on personal resiliency for a healthy person and healthy farm.
Disease problems fairly minimal in '19
Land-management cooperation across jurisdictions, input on federal policy emphasized
A new study finds that the costs to farmers and the region’s economy if the four dams on the lower Snake River were removed would average roughly $76 million a year.
EAGLE, Idaho (AP) — Lamb Weston Holdings Inc. (LW) on Friday reported fiscal second-quarter profit of $140.4 million.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — An Idaho lawmaker plans to introduce legislation that will make hemp legal in the state.
SALEM — Though Oregon’s upcoming legislative session will only last five weeks, lawmakers are expected to revive climate legislation in 2020 after the failure of last year’s controversial proposal.
CAREY, Idaho (AP) — Idaho land management officials have secured a conservation land use easement on the Cenarrusa Ranch ensuring the land in that area is not developed.
The state Department of Fish and Game has signed voluntary conservation easements on two private properties to protect big-game migration areas on more than 1,800 acres in southeast Idaho.
About $2.9 million raised so far for $7 million project
The ranch is nearly 8,000 acres and contains critical habitat and migration corridors for wildlife.
Voluntary readiness reviews help producers comply on inspection
The Idaho Water Resource Board is on track to meet its goal of adding 660,000 acre-feet of water annually to the Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer.
Leadership seminar aims to broaden skills, perspectives
Burning issue: Growth in wildland-urban interface challenges fire managers, local planners
A battle over the Endangered Species Act involving 32 states and groups such as the Washington Cattlemen’s Association and American Farm Bureau is shaping up in an Oakland, Calif., courtroom.
Washington growers are not happy with H-2A guestworker minimum wages going to $15.83 in Washington and Oregon, Jan. 2. It will be $13.62 in Idaho.
Game set Jan. 3 at Albertsons Stadium in Boise
To follow issue in 2020 Legislature, elsewhere
U.S. hop production topped 100 million pounds in 2019 for a third record year in a row as the industry hopes consumption stays at a pace to avoid oversupply and a big drop in prices.
Demand has been light this fall, and there seems to be plenty of hay on hand.
Othello, Wash., is poised to become the world's largest producer of frozen potato products in the next few years.
UI ag-outlook speakers point to Idaho product mix, some flat input costs, among positives
Dry November put snow-water equivalents behind averages
Garner succeeds longtime leader Grant
Formal rights-adjudication process likely for Bear River Basin
AIRWAY HEIGHTS, Wash. — Washington’s agriculture department is bird-dogging federal agencies as they write an environmental impact statement that could determine the fate of four dams on the l…
Cattlemen’s group says the U.S. has to show the world it will stand by the trade agreements it has negotiated.
Current cap lacks factor for home-value gains
From wireworms to aphids, insects attack sugar beets from April to September.
Sample totals more than recover from recession lull; new hop tests show industry's rise
PORTLAND — Farm entrepreneur Frank Tiegs has prevailed over the J.R. Simplot Co. in an auction to buy the bankrupt NORPAC cooperative’s processing plant in Quincy, Wash., for up to $107 million.