IFRS “Idaho’s Drought Economy” 6.19.2021

The drought continues, so how is Idaho’s farm economy doing? You might be surprised at the answer. And efforts are underway to rebuild the nation’s food supply chains, also Ben Eborn’s

IFRS “New Cash Crop?” 6.12.2021

Beef patties vs their plant based imitators… A recent test might be surprising. And Idaho may have a new cash crop potential, after seven years of research at the University of Idaho. The FSA County

IFRS “Robots” 6.5.2021

A heat wave in the Northern United state, including in Idaho. The impact on the drought. And speaking of the drought, Jake Putnam takes to Magic Reservoir in Camas County where water levels continue to

IFRS “Curtailment” 5.29.2021

We take you on a tour of Boundary County with the Idaho Farm Bureau. Jake Putnam has that later this hour. And how’s the pasture situation across the country? It could be better, and speaking of

IFRS “Drought Strikes” 5.22.2021

Drought is a growing concern, especially here in the West. We have several angles on this story. We also take you on a tour of a logging operation in Canary Creek, just outside of Cataldo, Idaho. There’s

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