Caineville farmer likes making brined feta, smooth chevre or Ramsley’s signature semi-firm tomme, a cheese typically produced in France and Switzerland.
A rancher in eastern Montana was fined and sentenced to one-year probation after pleading guilty in August to killing a bald eagle through a poisoned calf carcass
The thick hide of adult cattle often shows no sign of a wolf attack, leaving cattlemen to wonder wha
Another calf attacked in Ferry County, pushing state to brink of considering lethal removal
The Center for Biological Diversity filed Tuesday in Thurston County Superior Court.
The trial sets up as a test of public land policies in Western U.S. states where the federal government controls about 85 percent of the land.
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is hosting three public meetings in Utah this week to gather input on Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's plans to reassess sage grouse management policies adopted under the Obama administration
Many in Oregon are worried that any roll back of the sage grouse plans could land the bird on the endangered species list.
Washington rancher justified in shooting wolf
An alliance of 18 conservation groups is asking Oregon Gov. Kate Brown to reopen the state’s investigation into the killing of a wolf Oct. 27 in Union County.
The controversial rule was finalized in the final days of the Obama administration, but has been on rocky ground with the new administration.
Paul and Jill Knittel met in the Navy and got married 40 days later. Now they’re raising heritage hogs outside Davenport, Wash., and hope to expand into selling their pigs into more restaurants.
A former sheepherder is suing an Idaho rancher, contending he was forced to work without pay, transportation and limited food supplies
China's largest online retailer has signed a deal with the Montana Stockgrowers Association to buy $200 million worth of Montana beef over the next three years and to build a $100 million slaughterhouse in the state