Program: Idaho Ag Today

Idaho Agribusiness Today

  • 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.

  • NEUROPATHOGENIC EQUINE HERPES

    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

  • Predicting Global Warming

    Predicting Global Warming

  • Lowery Nettleton

    Ranchers and members of the whole agricultural community are probably familiar with the Lowery Nettleton struggle over water rights on public lands.

  • 2017 YF&R

    The American Farm Bureau Federation Young Farmers & Ranchers program includes both men and women between the ages of 18-35.

  • 2-6 IAT Rubber Ducks and WOTUS

    Quack to over-reaching EPA Regulations

  • Frelinghuysen_s Retirement

    Simpson Issues Statement Concerning Frelinghuysen’s Retirement.

  • WOTUS and Court

    The Supreme Court clarifies WOTUS jurisdiction decision.

  • 2018 Farm Bill

    U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue recently announced the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farm Bill and Legislative Principles for 2018.

  • CSP

    Assistance Available to Agricultural Producers through the Conservation Stewardship Program.

  • Trucker Shortage

    Truck shortage slows crops to market.

  • Five year plan

    The Oregon Department of Agriculture has unveiled a five-year strategic plan.

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