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Horse Tails Still Targeted in Natrona, Converse Counties

Law enforcement agencies are still getting reports of horse tail hair theft

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USDA Warns, Dried Fields, Faulty Machinery A Fire Risk

Crops and pasture lands drying from prolonged drought conditions across much of the state are adding fuel load for a potential field fire, one that can be sparked inadvertently by farm and ranch machinery

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Illegal Horse Tail Removals in Natrona, Converse Counties Reported

Information is sought about who is behind the theft of horse tails

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Drought Intensifies In Key Farming States

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The latest update on the nation's drought shows that the parched conditions continue worsening in key farm states even as the situation across all of the continental U.S. leveled off

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Corn Maze Coming To Casper [PHOTOS]

Local farm building a corn maze

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Report: Drought Intensifies In Kansas, Nebraska

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A new report suggests that while recent rains stabilized the devastating drought gripping Iowa and other key farming states, the dry conditions intensified in Kansas and Nebraska

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on July 17, 2012 in Waltonville, Illinois.
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Additional Wyoming Counties Designated Drought Disaster

Sixteen Wyoming counties are now designated as primary natural disaster areas due to drought. Governor Matt Mead requested these designations and the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack, has signed off on the designation for 16 counties with 6 others qualifying for assistance because they are contiguous to the primary counties

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Aid Offered For Wyoming Drought

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Small, nonfarm businesses in 10 Wyoming counties are now eligible to apply for low interest federal disaster loans from the U. S. Small Business Administration.

The federal loans are to help offset economic losses because of the drought this year

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on July 17, 2012 in Waltonville, Illinois.
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Wyoming Department Of Ag Hosts Two Meetings To Talk Drought And Fire

The Wyoming Department of Agriculture will host two public meetings that will address the agriculture industry and the current drought and fire conditions throughout the state.

Producers, legislators, industry grou

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53% Of The U.S. In Moderate Drought Or Worse

The July 17, 2012, U.S. Drought Monitor map showed increases in the area of the United States in all categories of drought, setting a record for the third consecutive week for the total area of the country in drought during the 12-year history of the map

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