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Searle: 2022 Has Proven To Be Challenging For Idaho Ag
Searle: 2022 Has Proven To Be Challenging For Idaho Ag
Every year has challenges for farmers across the Pacific Northwest.  But, 2022 has put more challenges before Idaho producers than typical, that according to Idaho Farm Bureau Federation President Bryan Searle.  He said weather has been more difficult than normal, with an extremely dry winter and early spring, giving way to wet and cool conditions, with some locations experiencing flooding. In ad.
UI: Connection Between Ag Chemicals Cancer Exists
UI: Connection Between Ag Chemicals Cancer Exists
Researchers at the University of Idaho says they have found a correlation between agricultural chemicals and cancers in adults and children in Idaho, and across 11 Western states.  UI researchers analyzed federal and state health and agriculture data, and report a relationship between cancer incidence and pesticide applications in Idaho’s 44 counties, as well as 459 counties in the Western United
Legislation Looks To Protect The Snake River Dams
Legislation Looks To Protect The Snake River Dams
A host of Northwest lawmakers introduced legislation Thursday supporters say will protect the Four Lower Snake River Dams. The Federal Columbia River Power System Certainty Act supports the Federal Columbia River Power System improves and maintains hydropower assets, ensuring operations throughout the system are conducted in accordance with the latest federal scientific review, and continuing to

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