- Berry picker missing since Thursday found in good condition Updated: Aug-02-15 6:56 pm
TROUT LAKE, Washington - Search and rescue teams have found the 87-year-old Oregon woman who went missing Thursday while picking huckleberries near Trout Lake in southwest Washington.
- Meager hay harvest threatens Flathead livestock shelter Updated: Aug-02-15 3:36 pm
KALISPELL, Montana - Over the past 17 years, hundreds of abused, displaced, neglected, and unwanted farm animals have found a permanent home in Marion on All Mosta Ranch, the Flathead Valley's only livestock rescue.
- Ancient pit house found in southwest Utah re-buried Updated: Aug-02-15 3:22 pm
ST. GEORGE, Utah - Archeologists have found evidence of corn farming dating back 1,500 years at the site of an ancient pit house discovered in southern Utah but reburied it for safekeeping.
- Nebraska State Fair to show ag in different shapes, sizes Updated: Aug-02-15 1:54 pm
GRAND ISLAND, Nebraska - Agriculture displays at this year's Nebraska State Fair will come in different shapes and sizes, from trading cards to the newest farm machinery.
- Expanse of warm water dubbed the blob consumes North Pacific Updated: Aug-02-15 11:34 am
PORTLAND, Oregon - Weird things are happening off the Pacific Coast.
- Community-sponsored agriculture produces satisfied customers Updated: Aug-02-15 9:50 am
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - "You know the worst part about this?" Pam McDevitt joked last Tuesday as she picked up her weekly load of produce. "The pressure to use up all this" - she gestured to the corn and cantaloupes and tomatoes - "before Sunday!"
- Lancaster family ripped apart by greed, murder 30 years ago Updated: Aug-02-15 9:30 am
LANCASTER, Pennsylvania - Here's what has stuck with them for 30 years, since the day that Steven Benson blew up his family in a Chevy Suburban in the driveway of their Florida home, in a greedy attempt to inherit a $10 million Lancaster tobacco company fortune:
- Miami County farmland dedicated as a bee sanctuary Updated: Aug-01-15 1:10 pm
AMBOY, Indiana - Betty Phelps Refior developed an affinity for bees as a fifth-grader growing up in the central Indiana city of Peru in the early 1930s.
- Some Midwest farmers' crops falter in record rains Updated: Aug-01-15 11:02 am
INDIANAPOLIS - Weeks of record rainfalls drenched Don Lamb's cornfields this summer, drowning some plants and leaving others yellowed, 2 feet tall and capable of producing little, if any, grain.
- Save the Monarch campaigns grow across Iowa, nationally Updated: Aug-01-15 10:35 am
DES MOINES, Iowa - Overwhelmed by global warming? See no solution to dirty water?
- Fort Atkinson gets battle plan for new life Updated: Aug-01-15 10:31 am
FORT CALHOUN, Nebraska - It was young America's largest military post and the nation's first fort west of the Missouri River.
- Stearns County's Tomato King reigns with hydroponic veggies Updated: Aug-01-15 7:11 am
ALBANY, Minnesota - Snow still covered the ground when Jeff Skalicky visited a Villard farm for work in March 1998.
- Disorder affecting trout found in fish collected from river Updated: Aug-01-15 4:04 am
FOSCOE, North Carolina - The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission says whirling disease, a disorder affecting trout, has been confirmed in rainbow trout collected from Watauga River.
- Cuban tree frog: Invasive species takes over resident's yard Updated: Aug-01-15 1:37 am
WINTER HAVEN, Florida - Over the past year, Barb Stall has noticed an increase in the frog population at her home on Lake Jessie. But they are not the frogs she usually sees, these guys are whitish in color and something of a pest.
- Officials monitor manure spill in southwest Iowa Updated: Jul-31-15 6:17 pm
NODAWAY, Iowa - Officials estimate about 15,000 gallons of manure was spilled near a hog operation in southwest Iowa.
- Pence asks for disaster declaration in 53 Indiana counties Updated: Jul-31-15 2:47 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - Gov. Mike Pence and Sen. Joe Donnelly are asking the U.S. agriculture secretary to declare 53 of Indiana's 92 counties disaster areas because of crop damage and losses caused by flooding and excessive rain.
- Record-breaking temperatures mean trouble for Hawaii farmers Updated: Jul-31-15 9:02 am
HONOLULU - The National Weather Service is forecasting high temperatures to stay all the way into fall, a prediction that promises problems for Hawaii farmers.
- Expansion adding jobs at meat packaging company in Kentucky Updated: Jul-31-15 4:04 am
OWENSBORO, Kentucky - A meat packaging company in business for more than 100 years in western Kentucky is celebrating an expansion that will add dozens of jobs.
- Big Island farmers to participate in feral pig project Updated: Jul-30-15 3:16 pm
HILO, Hawaii - Five Big Island farmers have signed up to join federal efforts in a conversation pilot program aimed at addressing feral pig management.
- Ex-US attorney wants feds to allow hemp on SD reservation Updated: Jul-30-15 12:47 pm
FARGO, North Dakota - The former U.S. attorney in North Dakota decided to take on his former employer by filing a motion Thursday to lift an 11-year-old federal injunction that prevents a man from growing industrial hemp on a South Dakota reservation.
- A Life Lesson: Children learn agriculture, taxes Updated: Jul-30-15 7:05 am
GILLETTE, Wyoming - Kids have a lot to worry about these days.
- Saratoga hatchery helps restore endangered Wyoming toad Updated: Jul-30-15 7:05 am
CASPER, Wyoming - The secret to feeding a young Wyoming toad is to use a spice bottle.
- Idaho Racing Commission delays breeder distribution decision Updated: Jul-29-15 7:07 pm
BOISE, Idaho - Idaho horse breeders could end up empty-handed due to a dispute about how the money collected from lucrative betting machines should be distributed.
- Charges dropped against Chinese woman in trade secrets case Updated: Jul-29-15 2:40 pm
DES MOINES, Iowa - A judge has dismissed charges against the wife of a Chinese billionaire who was accused of conspiring to steal trade secrets from U.S. seed companies.
- Authorities seek suspects following hefty blueberry theft Updated: Jul-29-15 11:38 am
GENEVA TOWNSHIP, Michigan - Authorities are looking for suspects following a hefty blueberry theft in southwestern Michigan.