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Culver’s Pays Tribute to Magic Valley Farmers with Corn Maze

A national family run burger and custard restaurant has grown a tribute corn maze to thank area farmers. Culver's announced the Thank You Farmers maze will open to the public September 29 and will operate Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. until November 4.

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An Odd Trend in Wheat Country: Not Much Wheat

Many wheat farmers facing low prices have turned this year to other crops, including chickpeas and lentils, in hopes of turning a profit.

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Utah Board Gives Initial OK to Grow Marijuana for Research

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Utah Department of Agriculture and Food is considering a new rule that would allow some farmers to grow limited varieties of cannabis for research purposes.

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Idaho Deputy AG: Wheat Commission Proposal on Solid Ground

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — State Deputy Attorney General Kay Christensen told Idaho Wheat Commission members their plan to ensure the IWC has the names and contact information of all the wheat growers in the state is on solid legal ground.

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Northwest Farmers Consider Alternatives Amid Lower Wheat Prices

LEWISTON, Idaho (AP) — Some wheat farmers in the northwest are considering switching crops as prices slip below the break-even mark.

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Idaho Extends Deadline for Farmers to Dispose of Bad Onions

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho officials have extended the deadline for farmers to dispose of spoiled or damaged onions following the collapse of many onion storage facilities in southwestern Idaho due to heavy snow.

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Hop Growers Look to New Parts of US to Slake Thirst for Crop

GORHAM, Maine (AP) — Hop growers are looking to new places to grow the crop, which is facing an unprecedented demand in the face of the county's growing thirst for hoppy beer.

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Open Trade With Cuba Could Benefit Idaho Farmers

A historic move for the United States to open trade with Cuba could impact Idaho, at least when it comes to sugar beet exports.

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Idaho Farmers Expected To Have “Banner” Year

After a slow start to the growing season, Idaho farmers are now looking at the possibility of one of the best harvests in about a decade. That means good things for the entire state's economy.

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Top Story Podcast 8/22/11:President Obama’s New “Ignore Laws He Doesn’t Like” Policy, Farmers Market

Top Story Podcast 8/22/11: First hour - Dept. of  Homeland Security's new policy is to suspend deportation plans for illegal aliens who have been "good" while they have been illegal

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Twin Falls County Works On Livestock Control Ordinance

Twin Falls County Commissioners are working on a proposed livestock control ordinance that may help with some of the safety issues involved when livestock get out of their fences and wind up on public roads.  Fines are proposed in the ordinance for livestock owners who persistently do little to keep their livestock from getting out.  A first time violation would could cost violators $50 per day per animal.  The second would cost $100 per day per animal. 

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Farmers Hit Hard By Cool Spring

Not only is the cool west spring delaying or even postponing outdoor recreation activities it’s also causing havoc with southern Idaho farmers.  The Times News reports today that because of the weather the first cutting of alfalfa hay has been delayed significantly.  This not only delays the delivery of much needed livestock feed but it will push back subsequent cuttings of hay and could result in the loss of at least one cutting later this year.

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Ag Tax Breaks Move through Legislature…

The Idaho House tax committee has approved a bill that matches Idaho's tax code with new federal rules allowing businesses and farmers to write off new equipment...

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