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Line on Agriculture
  • Wyoming Predation

    Albert Sommers ranches in one of the toughest ranges in the United States….counties in Wyoming where grizzlies and wolves run the range praying on their cattle.

  • In-Furrow Technology

    A technology delivers very specific amounts and types of fertilizers to seeds, right in the furrow.

  • Bumper Apple Crop

    According to a study of 10,000 people, those who ate the most apples had a 50 percent lower risk of developing lung cancer.

  • Fight Back

    Maybe it’s time to fight back.

  • Starbucks Milk

    The U.S. milk supply is safe, wholesome and nutritious.

  • Apple Whooshh

    Vincent Bryan started a company called Whooshh Innovations.

  • Magnegas

    MagneGas® Corporation, a technology company, counts among its inventions a patented process that converts liquid waste into a hydrogen-based fuel.

  • No till

    Conventional farming practices include using implements such as discs, plows, chisels, harrows, sprayers and drills to prepare the soil for planting a single crop.

  • Montana GMO Wheat

    On July 14, 2014, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service was notified that suspected GE wheat had been discovered growing at the Montana State University’s Southern Agricultural Research Center.

  • PakSense

    PakSense is releasing a new technology AutoSense- a wireless, automated system that sends cold chain temperature data to smart phones.

  • Western Reservoirs

    It is not a new calendar year yet but when it comes to the water cycle in the Western United States… “we talk about October 1 through September 30”

  • Chem-Blade

    You’re out in the field with your sprayer and you have to open up plastic jugs and pour them into your spraying unit.

  • Haboob

    Haboob: a funny word, but its meaning is far from laughable.

  • Arctic Apple

    There is only one thing standing in the way of the GMO Arctic Apple. And it’s the tax-subsidized, multibillion dollar organic industry.

  • All-natural Composting

    Many of today's animal farmers are turning to a more acceptable, cost-effective method of carcass disposal.

  • Eucalyptus

    12 Oregon State University scientists are studying genome sequencing in the eucalyptus tree.

  • Isolated Epidemic

    USDA is launching an investigation.

  • The Cowboy

    You've had quite an adventure rounding up your cattle.

  • Farm Startup


  • Tater Made

    Shipping potatoes in potatoes.

  • Are Simplot Spuds Safe

    There is so much fear of genetically modified foods.

  • Bioinformatics

    The importance of a gene sequencing science called bioinformatics.

  • Guard LLamas

    Guard dogs for your livestock? Maybe not.

  • GMO and Livestock

    One of the hottest topics in terms of food safety is related to genetically modified foods eaten by both humans and livestock.

  • Farming Deer

    Ranching deer or ranching beef. That is the question.

  • Rockholm 2

    Deception and fraud surrounding the reintroduction of wolves to the Northwest.

  • Rockholm

    Film documentarian, Scott Rockholm has worked relentlessly for years researching and documenting the problems associated with the reintroduction of wolves to the Northwest.

  • Hay to China

    The hay-export market has gotten so hot that most of the hay grown near me will never be eaten by an American animal.

  • Nematode Discovery

    Say the word nematode and it’s kind of like saying tuberculosis.

  • You Tube and Dairy

    There have been so many letters to the editor in the Idaho Statesman lately lashing out at the dairy industry and the so-called ag gag legislation.

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