June 12 report from Cottonwood Livestock Auction; June 10 report from Lewiston Livestock Auction; June 16 report from CHS Primeland of Grangeville.
June 9 reports from Cottonwood Livestock Auction and CHS Primeland of Grangeville.
Operation monitoring is well-done by those who know it best: their owners.
Range, pastures improved tremendously due to rain; alfalfa harvest in mid-month
A pretty ground cover of white flowers? Think again, say state noxious weed officials, as chances are way better than average you are actually seeing an infestation of a particularly bad invasive, noxious weed known as Hoary Cress, which goes by its common name of Whitetop.
The tradition of spring branding is much anticipated by ranchers. It has come time to turn cattle out on grass after a long winter of feeding hay.
The Idaho County Farm Service Agency has a disaster program available for ranchers. The Livestock Indemnity Program (LIP) provides assistance to eligible producers for livestock death losses in excess of normal mortality.
Spring is here in full force. It is drier than normal after a mild winter. Everyone is wondering how this will affect crops.
The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service will invest up to $235 million to improve the nation’s water quality, combat drought, enhance soil health, support wildlife habitat and protect agricultural viability.
The Farm Service Agency in Idaho County reminds foreign persons with an interest in agricultural lands in the United States that they are required to report their holdings and any transactions to the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture.
Market Report SALES YARDS Cottonwood Livestock Auction — March 6, 2015
Cottonwood Livestock Auction — February 13, 2015; Lewiston Livestock Auction — February 16, 2015; Grangeville (CHS Primeland) Grain Market — February 17, 2015.
The Joint Economic Outlook and Revenue Assessment Committee recently met to discuss Idaho’s economy. Idaho’s cattle industry continues to increase the economy, bringing in an estimated $2.47 billion in cash receipts in 2014. That is a 29 percent increase throughout the previous year.
It was a frigid night three weeks ago when Grangeville Veterinary assistant Gay Stuck stepped out of the office to run to the store, returning a few minutes later.
Sales Yards, Grain Market