Program: Idaho Ag Today

Idaho Agribusiness Today

  • Organic Livestock Rule

    Farm Bureau Praises Withdrawal of Organic Livestock and Poultry Practices Rule.

  • Sheep Shearing

    This time of year there are a lot of sheep that need to be sheared.

  • High Country Snow Pack

    March is a good time of the year to snowmobile the high country of Idaho.

  • Nat. Ag Day

    Today is National Agriculture Day

  • WOTUS and ducks

    A cute little duck with no name could soon become famous.

  • Strangles

    Horses travel more than ever before.

  • Huston Vineyards

    At Huston Vineyard near Caldwell Idaho, owner Greg Alger has the family trimming fruit vines.

  • Succession planning

    Keeping agricultural lands in production can ultimately help provide conservation benefits.

  • ID AG Exports

    Exports and international trade at the annual commodity conference of the Idaho Farm Bureau.

  • Chinese Retaliation

    Trade experts became concerned that China could retaliate putting US ag exports in the crossfire.

  • Dairy Re-vamp

    US House wants to rework dairy program

  • Id Ag Trade Agreements

    Laura Johnson, marketing director for the Idaho State Department of Agriculture discussed all kinds of exporting issues including who gets what and in what percentages.

  • Trespassing on Farms

    The House Agricultural Affairs Committee overwhelmingly voted to support Rep. Judy Boyle’s, Trespass Bill.

  • Export Percentages

    Laura Johnson, marketing director for the Idaho State Department of Agriculture spoke on exports and international trade.

  • Idaho Snowpack

    Snow survey data collected by the Natural Resources Conservation service shows February's snowpack is still below normal snowpack levels.

  • Ag-gag and Winmill

    The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals issued a ruling on Idaho’s “ag gag” law in January.

  • Ronald McDonald

    The Idaho Farm Bureau’s Women’s Leadership Committee met at Boise's Ronald McDonald House with a check that will benefit critically ill children and their families.

  • Net Farm

    After a harsh start last spring, Idaho seems to be unique in terms of the rest of the country as it relates to Net Farm income which is up in our state.

  • Legislative Conference

    “Agriculture is the one thing every human needs.”

  • Farm Economy

    Despite a 2% decrease in overall farm expenses, net farm income in Idaho increased 15% in 2017.

  • Lagoons

    Dr. Erik Coats, University of Idaho Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, has rocked the dairy world with a technology that he has developed.

  • Hedging for Farmers

    Howard Marella, is president of Icon Alternatives, an alternative investment firm that specializes in futures contracts.

  • IFB Speech Contest

    There were seven finalists in the recent annual statewide Idaho Farm Bureau speech contest.

  • Equine Herpes Outbreak

    A recent outbreak of Neuropathogenic equine herpes.

  • Our family farm

    Our family farm is a story of determination.

  • SixSnow Pack

    More’s Creek Summit has just 51 inches of snow, that’s two feet less than last year according to the Natural Resources Conservation Service.


    The Idaho State Department of Agriculture (ISDA) has received confirmation of equine herpesvirus myeloencephalopathy

  • Jerry Kramer

    Former Green Bay Packer and Idaho dairy farmer Jerry Kramer was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

  • Perfect Marriage Merger

    Whole Foods

  • Cover Crops

    Study Shows the Benefits of Cover Crops in the United States

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