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Program: Idaho Ag Today

Idaho Agribusiness Today

  • Aquifer Re-charge

    Idaho has an aquifer that was the equivalent of Lake Erie.

  • Presidential Disaster Declaration

    President Donald J. Trump signed a Presidential Disaster Declaration for 11 southern Idaho counties.

  • 2 sides to water

    Water, water, everywhere from Cassia County farm country to the famous glory hole on Owyhee Lake.

  • Idaho Spring Ag outlook

    Idaho Spring Ag outlook

  • Policy Statement

    I listened to a video of comments made by the former US Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack, via social media over the weekend.

  • Snow Mold

    Wet spring impacts Idaho grain

  • Lynn Tjeerdsma

    Meet the man who calls five farm bills his "life's work in Washington," Lynn Tjeerdsma from the D.C. office of Senator John Thune.

  • Cameron Mulrony

    Cameron Mulroney is firmly ensconced as the Executive Vice Pres. of the Idaho Cattle Association.

  • China Buying US Beef

    Trading beef with China.

  • Fine Wool

    Wool is defined as the textile fiber obtained from sheep.

  • Chlorpyrifos Decision

    Farm Bureau Praises EPA Chlorpyrifos Decision

  • AgriPro

    I asked Darcy Pawlik, a product marketing lead for Syngenta cereals about AgriPro for the Northwest.

  • Robotic Milking

    At Heber Loughmiller’s Hillside Dairy milk barn, in Elba, Idaho, cows have become best friends with robots.

  • Foreign Labor in Wool

    Foreign workers in the wool trade.

  • Sonny Purdue

    Got an email from the Agricultural Retailers Association

  • PETA Exposed

    A claim coming from the Center for Consumer Freedom in which a former PETA employee.

  • Confusion or fraud

    It is certainly no secret that the Humane Society of the United States along with other advocacy groups have targeted animal agriculture in a big way.

  • Beef Issues

    agri-pulse.com reports 35 members of Congress have joined a bipartisan congressional beef caucus.

  • Cattlemen's Challenge

    The cattlemen's challenges a futurity where producers around the state enter a steer or heifer.

  • Canals Open

    NAMPA & MERIDIAN TO BEGIN FILLING CANALS APRIL 3;

    ISSUES WARNING TO PARENTS ABOUT DROWNING DANGER

  • Avian Influenza

    Recent detections of avian influenza in commercial poultry in the southeast US have caught the attention of animal health officials.

  • Soil Health PSA

    We do forest health projects, pre-commercial thinning projects to reduce the risk of wildfire in your forests.

  • Sheep Shearing Time

    Sheering season at Soulen Ranch

  • Potato Peels to Profit

    U of I Professor and researcher Dr. Lilian Alessa urges Idaho ag businesses to capture byproducts and waste and turn these materials into something very useful.

  • Onion Cleanup

    From a distance, the onion pile at Clay Peak landfill looks like another rolling foothill.

  • Quagga Interception

    ISDA Invasive Species Program announced the recent interception and impoundment of a mussel-fouled watercraft at the U.S. Highway 93 inspection station.

  • Old School Farming

    University of Idaho researcher Dr. Lilian Alessa strongly believes in the economic and sustainability values of using manure as a fertilizer.

  • Rotting Onions

    More than 14 storage facilities were damaged by one of the worst winters in a hundred years and millions of pounds of onions were lost.

  • Data Merger

    Two pioneers in agricultural big data – the Ag Data Coalition and the Grower Information Services Cooperative – have merged their technology repositories.

  • Retaliatory Tarriffs

    What with all the talk from the Trump administration about changing or actually negating the NAFTA trade agreement, the dairy industry is worried.

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