Program: Idaho Ag Today

Idaho Agribusiness Today

  • Wet Fields

    A late February gush of snow and rain may mean fields that are soaked for spring planting.

  • Improving Farms with Tech

    It's pretty much old news that republican Sen. Greg Walden of Oregon has been crying out for increased and improved broadband.

  • Lambing Season 2

    The sound of restless stock dogs wanting to work.

  • Lambing Season

    It's lambing season.

  • Hugest Snow Pack

    February bought abundant snow to Idaho’s mountains

  • Public Lands Package

    Simpson Supports Public Lands Package

  • Epicurean Delight

    Truffle hunting is a lucrative business when they are in season, from fall through spring. In Idaho.

  • IFBF and Legislators

    Sixty-three of Idaho’s 105 legislators attended Idaho Farm Bureau Federation’s annual “Legislative and Commodity Conference”.

  • Crapo Award

    Senator Crapo receives award.

  • Ronald McDonald House

    The Idaho Farm Bureau’s Women’s Leadership Committee met at Boise's Ronald McDonald House with a check.

  • Craft Beers

    Was Sierra Nevada pale ale the start of a craft beer revolution in the US?

  • Craigs list for farmers

    IRON Solutions has an enhanced site.

  • Dumping Tomatoes

    American Farm Bureau backs anti-dumping investigation of Mexican tomatoes.

  • USDA to Host

    USDA is hosting a listening session for initial input on the 2018 Farm Bill.

  • Resolution

    Analyzing the health of any crop in any field.


    If you are in any aspect of the cattle business, then listen up because apparently cases of Bovine Respiratory Disease are on the rise.

  • 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.

  • Preventing Infestations

    Some do’s and don’ts if you see somebody towing a boat and not reporting into an inspection station for aquatic invasive species.

  • Milk not nuts

    Some time ago, some states enacted mandatory food labeling laws because consumers have the right to know what’s in what they’re eating.

  • Where is the snow

    Snowpack throughout Idaho is below normal for mid-January—and is especially low in a band across the southwest and south-central part of the state.

  • Estate Tax Repeal Bill

    Recently introduced Farm Bureau-supported legislation would give farmers, ranchers and many others permanent relief from estate taxes.

  • Input App

    Want to go online and get competitive bids for your inputs anonymously?

  • Potato Watch

    The 2018 potato harvest was a huge success in Idaho with excellent yields, tonnage and quality.

  • Farm Debt

    USDA’s 2018 Farm Sector Income Forecast projected farm sector debt at a record-high $409.5 billion, up 4.2 percent.

  • PETA Lawsuit

    People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, better known as PETA, filed an Endangered Species Act lawsuit in Baltimore federal court.

  • Stressed Producers

    Land values, current and past.

  • Real Milk

    A real challenge for the third largest producing dairy state in the country… Idaho.

  • State of potatoes

    Since the start of the season, the US potato market has been stagnant.

  • Next 100 Years

    Farmer and rancher delegates to the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 100th Annual Convention adopted policies.

  • Spud Wars

    A pretty important issue to potato growers in the potato state is the status of trade relations with Mexico.

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