The research will address exactly the issues of concern to residents, accelerating research on sustainability already being done by the University of Idaho.
Idaho growers say yields are down for their early harvest, but they anticipate more average yields a
Idaho’s dairy industry is taking a unique and proactive approach to improving worker safety w
The Idaho Department of Fish and Game has formally proposed to allow sportsmen to use bait when hunt
Prices dropped from record July volume but rebounded in August as the Northwest approaches the end of a long cherry season.
Ranchers and conservationists have banded together to protect rangeland in southcentral Idaho’s Pioneer Mountains from development.
Executives from Wilmar International toured the Pacific Northwest wheat production and transportation system Aug. 9-16. The southeast Asia region represents 40 percent of the market for Pacific Northwest wheat exports, and is growing, said Steve...
A developer says if a proposed petition that seeks to ask voters to overturn a land-use decision made by Ada County commissioners is successful, it would threaten the property rights of Idaho farmers and other landowners.
Each defendant could face decades in prison if convicted. Six other defendants are slated for trial next year.
Idaho officials seek to shift control of permitting and enforcement aspects under the federal Clean Water Act to the state.
Agriculture needs to stand united in defending safe technologies and alter the discussion to focus on the problems the technology is trying to fix.
The new product competition is in its 10th year and is meant to introduce food scientist students to the opportunities in Idaho’s dairy industry.
A relatively new onion disease known as onion bulb rot, which was a major problem in the Treasure Valley region of Idaho and Oregon in 2014 and 2015, has not made an appearance so far this year and some people hope it was only a rare outbreak.
A new facility in Eastern Idaho will press hay and pack containers bound for overseas.