IFRS “Common Sense” 7.31.2021

Idaho’s commodity prices are faring well through the drought. Senator Mike Crapo works across the aisle to help incentivize clean energy technology. And a little dose of common sense from an Idaho

IFRS “Tractor Sales Boom” 7.24.2021

A deep look at innovation in agriculture, plus Senator Mike Crapo will highlight his water infrastucture bill, and we’ll head to the suburbs of idaho’s capital, where tractor sales are booming.

IFRS “Executive Order” 7.17.2021

A Presidential executive order is getting some praise from farm groups. We’ll have several reports on that, plus we’ll take you to a farmer’s market in Wilder of all places, and the Chairman

IFRS “Idaho Drought” 7.10.2021

The drought continues to be an ongoing concern. We’ll get an update for the whole West, plus a look at just Idaho with the Idaho Department of Water Resources. Plus the country is working to build

IFRS “Plant vs. Beef” 7.3.2021

The drought continues to cause problems and worries for farmers. We’ll have the latest. And are plant-based alternatives to beef actually cutting into beef consumption? The Idaho Farm Bureau has

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