Program: Idaho Ag Today

Idaho Agribusiness Today

  • Columbia Snake River

    The Idaho Wheat Commission released some important facts and figures concerning the Columbia/Snake River system.

  • Pesticide Disposal

    ISDA Announces Spring Schedule for Unusable Pesticide Disposal

  • Branding

    Outside of Burley, Idaho, tradition meets the classroom.

  • Importance of Insurance

    Majority of US Crop Acres now covered by crop insurance.

  • United Wind

    I recently had to make a trip to Salt Lake City from Boise and as I headed east I was amazed by the number of windmills I saw along the freeway.

  • Parma Research Center 2

    The University of Idaho Parma Research Center is almost 100 years old and is due to be modernized.

  • Resolutions Committee

    The Farm Bureau Resolutions Committee has been meeting every April since 1939.

  • Late Start

    After a late start, wheels are back rolling in Idaho fields.

  • Updated Conservation Stewardship Program

    USDA Announces Sign-Up Period for Updated Conservation Stewardship Program

  • Parma Research Center

    Established in 1925 the University of Idaho Parma Research Center has been an integral part of agriculture in the Treasure Valley of Idaho.

  • Agri-beef

    An excellent Idaho educational institution and something of an institution of excellence in the meat industry.

  • Litigating Livestock

    In Idaho we are all too familiar with animal activist groups hurting livestock producers with surreptitious videos.

  • More vets to Idaho

    Bill would increase the placement of more veterinarians in desperately-needed rural areas.

  • EQIP Application

    The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Idaho has announced a 30-day sign-up period.

  • NewCold storage 2

    There’s a new cold automated storage facility under construction in Burley.

  • NewCold storage 1

    There’s a new flag flying in Burley.

  • Clean Water rules

    The American Farm Bureau Federation wants farmers and ranchers to make a stand for clean water.

  • Good Manure

    Dairy farmers have long been skilled at maximizing the value of milk and meat produced on their farms.

  • Winter Wheat

    Optimism in Idaho's wheat markets.

  • Too much, too fast

    Snowpacks across the state are well over 120 percent of normal, and that could mean flooding.

  • Spring Run-off

    The flip side of a good snow year.

  • Midwest Flooding

    Recent rainstorms in the Midwest have resulted in massive flooding.

  • Fetal programming

    Fetal programming and how it can impact a producer’s herd.

  • Specialty Crop Grant

    2019 Specialty Crop Grant Application Period Still Open

  • Aquifer Recharge

    The stage is set for another record water year.

  • No Till Sugar Beets

    In the heart of sugar beet country—Just outside of Burley the sugar beet is king.

  • Pesticide Training

    The Idaho State Department of Agriculture (ISDA) will be hosting a Worker Protection Standard (WPS) Train-the-Trainer session.

  • Sage Grouse Funding

    Funding Available for Sage-grouse Habitat Restoration Projects

  • Impact of Idaho Ag

    The importance and the meaning of Idaho agriculture to Idaho.

  • AFBF and Technology

    We recently learned how much influence AFBF President Zippy Duvall has with Washington politicians including pres. Trump.

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