NAMPA — Current Nampa resident Rick Gutierrez went to school hoping to become a sheep veterinarian, because when he was growing up he said his family couldn’t get a vet to come work on their sheep.
BURLINGTON, Wash. — Five-year-old Brooke Frankhouser squealed as a tiny pumpkin soared through the air at the 15th annual Burlington Harvest and Pumpkin Pitch on Saturday.
This year’s super hero minions straw bale art is, well, just super.
PENDLETON, Ore. — Though Todd Pierce is used to breaking horses as he preaches sermons, he didn’t have to fight too hard with this one.
The wildly popular Wild Adventure Corn Maze has moved and promises to be even more wildly adventurous for visitors.
MERIDIAN — Farming has always been a part of Jim Lowe’s life. He grew up on a farm in Montana and moved to Idaho, continuing that legacy with his wife, Hillary Lowe.
GLENDALE — Blain Webster, just two months shy of 97, can’t think of a better way to spend a day, than to drive a swather across a field. He’s been helping his grandson, Matt Webster, harvest 600 acres of hay and grain this summer, and its been the best summer he’s had in the past five years.
ELLENSBURG, Wash. — Exhibitors, vendors, fans and enthusiasts of vintage agricultural equipment gathered at Anderson Hay over the weekend to take part in the 35th annual Threshing Bee.
BLACKFOOT — Pieced quilts are as much of a farm tradition as raising crops and livestock.
FORT HALL — One jockey, three horses and no saddles is the recipe for what has been called America’s first extreme sport: Indian relay racing.
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — “Turn your eyes where you want to go,” instructed Shelley Trumbly, the executive director of Solid Ground — an equine assisted activities and therapy center. She was talking to a young boy participating in the center’s summer camp.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — More than 100 years ago, Cheyenne captured the hearts and minds of people across the world. For some, it still does.
LEWISTON, Utah — Hobby farmer Parker Haviland grew up with horses, following his father on trail and wagon rides that he did for business.