Program: Idaho Ag Today

Idaho Agribusiness Today

  • Snow Cleanup

    Collapsed buildings with insides devastated meaning all of the debris and ruined materials have to be moved somewhere.

  • Snow Devastation

    The future is now a big concern in the winter snowed on region of Washington, Payette and Gem counties of Idaho.

  • Geographic Indicators

    Parmesan can't be called Parmesan.

  • Big Fat Surprise

    The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat & Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet,

  • Wheat and TTP

    Wheat commission and TTP

  • Gumweed and Bio-fuel

    Roadside gumweed in Nevada could be used as jet fuel for the military.

  • Ag Anti-tech

    Generally if agriculture is compared to Las Vegas - it’s because making a go of it is always a gamble.

  • Farming Entrepreneurs.

    Farmers and ranchers today have access to new agriculture technologies that were once simply a sci-fi dream.

  • TPP and IDA

    The one item that Hillary and the President agreed on during their debates was that the Trans Pacific Partnership was not something they endorsed.

  • ICA ant TPP

    Well, there is a new sheriff in town and his name is Donald Trump and he has threatened to alter some of our trade agreements.

  • Snow Disasters

    “The National Weather Service is giving another weather advisory today.”

  • Sugar is Good for You

    No matter how many scientists seem to weigh-in on the safety of genetically modified foods, there is still a public perception of danger.

  • Roof Insurance

    If it's not a winter weather warning, it's a winter weather advisory.

  • Vilsack Leaves

    Following his service at USDA, former Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack will now lead the U.S. Dairy Export Council. 

  • Onion Collapse

    Onion packing plants and onion storage facilities, particularly in Idaho and Oregon have had their roofs collapse due to the weight of snow and rain.

  • What's in a Name

    Richard Pauli is a climate scientist in the Northwest and has noticed that the climate is going through what he terms dramatic destabilization.

  • Enhanced Food Safety

    Producers getting a leg up in fighting disease in animals.

  • Row Width Reduction

    Research studies explore new planting methods to reduce spacing between rows of dry beans from 22 inches to 7.5 inches.

  • Property transfer

    USDA will immediately offer an early termination opportunity for certain Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) contracts.

  • New Farm Bill

    A series on the seven things you should know before you write the next farm bill.

  • Potato Conference

    The Idaho potato conference is being held this Wednesday and Thursday.

  • Wheat Problem 2

    The Falling Number test is the internationally standardized and most popular method for determining sprout damage in wheat.

  • Wheat Problem

    A lot of Northwest wheat growers have a reason to be unhappy due to the fact that 2016 wasn't good because of falling number test results.

  • Forest Fire Fighter

    With the forest fire epidemic we have experienced in the last few years, I thought I would call Chad Walker who works for the forest service as a firefighter.

  • Wolf compensation

    The Office of Species Conservation made a bold move in Idaho to help out ranchers who were hit by wolves.

  • Immigrant Labor

    I don't know anything more controversial than the subject of hiring immigrants to do jobs here in the good old US of A.

  • Refugee labor

    Idaho has been resettling a lot of refugees, from many nations, because of the affordable housing and need for workers in our sparsely populated state.

  • What is Seafood

    One of the key recommendations includes increasing the amount and variety of seafood consumed by regularly choosing seafood as part of a healthy diet.

  • Vets and antibiotics

    New rules regarding the requirement for veterinarians to prescribe antibiotics for use with livestock.

  • Bull Buying

    Going shopping for beef has a completely different meaning between beef consumers and beef producers.

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