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Court dismisses Yantis wrongful death lawsuit
Court dismisses Yantis wrongful death lawsuit
The parties have apparently come to an agreement in the lawsuit over the death of the 62-year-old rancher who was killed by deputy sheriffs.

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USDA designates Canyon, Payette counties disaster areas due to drought
Producers in contiguous counties also may apply for emergency loans.
Limagrain provides wheat variety update
Limagrain provides wheat variety update
Executives with Limagrain Cereal Seeds discussed new wheat varieties released in 2018, and others under development, at the Tri-State Grain Growers Convention Nov. 16 in Portland.
Overcoming perception key to bright future for food barley
Overcoming perception key to bright future for food barley
Bryce McKay, commercial manager for Highland Specialty Grains in Moses Lake, Wash., outlined efforts to boost the profile of food barley during a presentation Nov. 16 at the Tri-State Grain Growers Convention.
Seed cooperative grows in a regional-by-design niche
Seed cooperative grows in a regional-by-design niche
Snake River Seed Cooperative, now in its fifth year, is adding to its grower base while increasing the number of seed varieties it has available.
U.S. House passes bill to drop legal protections for gray wolves
U.S. House passes bill to drop legal protections for gray wolves
The measure was approved, 196-180, and now goes to the Senate, where prospects are murkier.
UI water-quality team among four finalists in world competition
UI water-quality team among four finalists in world competition
UI’s Clean Water Machine, a reactive filtration system, uses biochar, iron oxide and ozone to strip phosphorous from polluted waters.
Idaho potato industry honors Brossy, Telford
Idaho potato industry honors Brossy, Telford
Potato Growers of Idaho selected Fred Brossy as Potato Grower of the Year. The seed-focused Idaho Crop Improvement Association selected Mike Telford as Potato Seed Grower of the Year.
USDA disaster-relief application deadlines approach
Programs target losses of livestock, fish, bees and certain trees.
Ranch groups focus on ESA reform before lame duck window closes in Congress
Ranch groups focus on ESA reform before lame duck window closes in Congress
Public Lands Council and National Cattlemen’s Beef Association see opportunity to improve the Endangered Species Act.
NRCS Idaho taking preliminary proposals for collaborative projects
The idea is to make a bigger impact by targeting specific resource concerns or a conservation area.

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