Program: Idaho Ag Today

Idaho Agribusiness Today

  • Aquifer and Idaho's ag economy

    The Snake River Plain Aquifer underlies the Snake River Plain.

  • Data over Drones

    A drone is just a tool In the tool shed.

  • She Grows Idaho

    Karma Metzler Fitzgerald and Dr. Alison Hurwitch, co-founders of She Grows Idaho .

  • La Nina

    Winter shaping up, La Nina Could bring another big snow year.

  • Tax code reform

    Farmers Applaud Move to Reform Tax Code

  • Despair to Hope

    Taking a plant resource that is considered a nuisance by most and turning it into biofuel.

  • Barging Wheat

    A transporter of wheat talked about using barges versus the old system of rail or truck.

  • Underserved and beginning

    FSA offers specially targeted farm ownership and farm operating loans to underserved applicants as well as beginning farmers and ranchers.

  • Higher Potatoes

    Potato market picking up going into Thanksgiving holiday

  • Labor shortage

    A survey by the California Farm Bureau shows farmers continue to have trouble finding a full workforce.

  • Women's Ag Conference

    "We Can Do It" is the theme for the sixth annual Women in Agriculture Conference

  • Sheep Shearing

    Travel magazine once stated that sheep, you may be surprised to learn, are not as dumb as they look.

  • Hells Canyon

    The relicensing of the Idaho Power facilities complex in Hells Canyon.

  • Depredation Compensation

    The Office of Species Conservation is now accepting applications for compensation for verified livestock losses due to wolves.

  • Stanley Beans

    Stanley Bean harvest

  • Aquifer and Idaho's ag economy

    The Snake River Plain Aquifer underlies the Snake River Plain.

  • FOOD SAFETY MODERNIZATION

    Farmers will soon be hearing a lot more about the Food Safety Modernization Act and the fact that on-farm inspections are on the horizon:

  • Is organic, organic_

    Stores that specialize in organic foods are booming.

  • Disaster Relief

    USDA Designates Bonner County in Idaho as a Primary Natural Disaster Area with Assistance to Producers in Surrounding States

  • Twitter and Ag

    The world of straight news presentations appears to be changing.

  • Power and Dairy

    Treasure Valley dairyman Bernie Tunisen said finding employees continues to plague dairy operations.

  • Public Land Use

    Beef News

  • Ag Forum

    Community leaders from across the Treasure Valley attending a joint Chamber of Commerce luncheon in Caldwell.

  • Barley to Eat

    For the last little while there has been interest in doing something more with barley than making beer.

  • Idaho Sugar Beets

    Magic Valley farmers might have the second greatest sugar beet harvest of the decade.

  • Aphids

    Tracking aphids.

  • Animal Agriculture Alliance

    Alliance celebrates a successful year of bridging the communication gap between farm and fork

  • Wildfires

    Is the world going up in flames?

  • Symms Fruit Ranch

    Founded in 1914 as an 80 acre homestead with 8 acres of fruit trees, Symms Fruit Ranch has today become a 5,200 acre family owned and operated grower,

  • Elk Solution

    Elk Solution

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