Program: Idaho Ag Today

Idaho Agribusiness Today

  • Searle Elected

    Farm Bureau Elects New Grassroots Leaders

  • Wolf management

    The Idaho Statesman recently reported that U.S. District Court Judge Edward Lodge ruled that a federal agency doesn't need to do a new environmental study.

  • Bundy Freed

    A Federal District judge in Las Vegas dismissed criminal charges against Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and his sons.

  • Ag gag Again

    A chat with 30 year dairy man, Terry Jones about the so-called ag gag law.

  • Perdue and FSA

    U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue has announced the Farm Service Agency State Committee Appointees.

  • Examining the Snow Pack

    Water specialist Ron Abramovich kicked off the 2018 snow season with a visit to Moore’s Creek Summit in Boise County.

  • Jo Lynne Retires

    RMA Announces Spring Crop Expansions in Idaho and Washington States

    Sales Closing Date is March 15, 2018

  • 2018 Snow Season

    Every year at the beginning of the snow year USDA water officials head out to take a look at the snowpack at Moore’s Creek Summit .

  • Cattle Up

    Cash Cattle Sales up $1 to $2 in 2018

  • Barging wheat

    In 2016, Idaho was the seventh largest wheat-producing state in the nation.

  • Wolf Sighting

    Idaho Wildlife Services is keeping its eyes on a pack of seven wolves.

  • Microirrigation

    Howard Neibling has worked on a multi-state irrigation research project for 22 years.

  • Potato Prices

    Potato production in Idaho, Washington, and Oregon fell 6.3 percent this past year.

  • Bug Sensor

    It is very common practice in some areas of agriculture to use sticky traps.

  • Potatoes and New Years

    I talked with President and CEO of the Idaho Potato Commission Frank Muir about New Year’s and potatoes.

  • Wheat Producer Concerns

    The Idaho Wheat Commission is proposing a rule change.

  • Frank Muir and the Truck

    I had a question for Frank Muir, President and CEO of the Idaho Potato Commission.

  • Weed Resistance

    ”When you look at weed resistance and how it developed there are two factors. One is the weed’s genetic diversity.

  • Two Young Farmers copy

    With 2017 coming to a close and 2018 just around the bend we went out into the field to see how two young farmers in the Treasure Valley fared in 2017.

  • Zoetis Grant

    Proposals in poultry should look at new approaches to control coccidiosis.

  • Julie Anna Potts

    Julie Anna Potts is a person American farmers should listen to.

  • IFB Annual Meeting

    Idaho Farm Bureau Honors Madison County Volunteers

  • Rule Change

    The Idaho Wheat Commission is proposing a rule change says is spokesperson Kathy Wilson.

  • Locals Prevail

    Risch, Crapo, Simpson Applaud DOI’s Final Decision on Craters of the Moon National Monument.

  • Water Management

    Teton County Farm Bureau President and Teton County farmer, Stephen Bagley.

  • IFBF Convention

    The 78th annual meeting of the Idaho Farm Bureau Federation got underway.

  • National Monuments

    Idaho cattle Association applauds the White House’s plan to reduce the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments.

  • Idaho Potato Truck

    One of the points of pride of the Idaho Potato Commission is its iconic potato truck.

  • Craters of the Moon

    Risch, Crapo, Simpson Applaud DOI’s Final Decision on Craters of the Moon National Monument.

  • Potato Prices

    Potato yields down, prices excellent

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