As we take a look at the grain markets today, prices drifting lower but experts say this could be a good foundation to steadily build on
Mark Brick, Professor of Plant Breeding and Genetics at Colorado State University has figured out how to breed an upright pinto bean.
The 2016 asparagus crop is being harvested and looks good from the yield side, but...
Yesterday the Colorado Energy Office announced it has been awarded $1.1 million through the USDA to help finance even more energy efficiency improvements for Colorado farmers.
This year's cherry crop is looking really good and at the upcoming meeting, the numbers will come together.
Although the Grand Opening doesn’t happen until May 18th, the newest PerforMix plant in Rupert, Idaho began producing product this week.
A local legislator wins an award...and plan to attend a series of workshops for farmers.
Underneath the big, 100-year-old oak tree at Sunnyside Farms in New Plymouth, Idaho the word big has taken on new meaning at the asparagus stand.
The Image of Farming
Historical research tells us that consumers trust farmers, however today's research also indicates that they not sure what farmers are doing at the present. There is an obvious disconnect. Historical research tells us that consumers trust farmers, however today's reseach indicates that they not sure what they are doing now.