Matt speaks again with Dave Farris. In this far-reaching conversation, Dave describes taking care of animals like rabbits, chickens, and other small animals during cold weather and into Spring. You will also hear from Shelly Paxton, D&B Supply’s large animal buyer. How do I keep my small animals warm? Dave states that small animals like […]

4-H and FFA participants dedicate thousands of hours each year to learning best practices in farming and ranching, as well as leadership, skills, ethics, and values. At D&B, we appreciate your commitment to our region’s agricultural legacy, and as a little thank-you, we are pleased to offer champion showmanship prize winners small additional gift card […]

For the best (mild) homemade garlic salt, harvest your scapes and break out the dehydrator! As an advanced Master Gardener with the University of Idaho, I have grown certified garlic for many years. Garlic is a protected crop in Idaho. Therefore, you must plant only certified bulbs in Idaho. (Friends don’t let friends plant Elephant […]

The early nineties seem like yesterday sometimes. Other times they seem like a million years ago. It just depends on the day. In those years we were listening to Garth Brooks, George Strait, and the Gin Blossoms, laughing at Seinfeld on a weekly basis, gawking over “car phones” that were larger than our landline units […]

Team Jerome is currently taking applications for the job of Material Handler (Yard). Primary duties include unloading and loading merchandise, stocking shelves, cleaning outside yard area, driving forklift to unload and load trucks, and other duties associated with keeping the store and outside sales areas stocked with merchandise. Due to the physical nature of this […]

From atop his beautiful horse, Limo, the Snake River Stampede’s announcer Boyd Polhamus was quite clear. In unmistakable terms, and with counting fingers held out for all to see, he listed off all the professional rodeos that had celebrated their hundredth anniversary. Calgary, Cheyenne, Pendleton, and Pecos were counted before a pause to announce the […]