Idaho Grain In the NewsThe latest news stories featuring Idaho, agriculture, and/or grain – sourced from Google News Feeds.
The agricultural industry has contributed about $112,000 toward a program intended to give growers early warning when harmful spores arrive in the state. John O’Connell/Capital Press From left to right, University of Idaho researchers Kasia Kinzer, James...read more
Growers say they’re falling behind in planting their spring crops. John O’Connell/Capital Press Red potatoes are planted April 24 in American Falls, Idaho, as rain begins to fall. Rain has delayed the start of planting spuds in much of Eastern Idaho. Buy...read more
Matthew Weaver/Capital Press St. John, Wash., wheat farmer Gary Bailey fills his tank with water to mix with herbicide for spring work April 21. He estimates rain and wind have delayed his field work by two to three weeks. Buy this photo ST. JOHN, Wash. — 2017...read more
POCATELLO, Idaho (AP) — Idaho Farm Bureau Intermountain Grain and Livestock Report Monday, April 24, 2017. Bids subject to change. BLACKFOOT __ Friday soft white 3.45; hard red winter 4.00; DNS 5.05; hard white 4.10; BURLEY __ soft white 3.34; hard red winter...read more
A dozen groups representing food safety supporters, free speech advocates and labor unions are helping fight the Idaho law banning secret filming of animal abuse at agricultural facilities. The Idaho Statesman (http://bit.ly/2oErXyn ) reports that the groups have...read more
Spring Wheat Planting Off to Slow Start in Key States – DTN The Progressive Farmer (registration) (blog)
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