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.

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.

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.