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Wyo Gets More Crowded, Diverse, Old [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Economic Analysis Division has compiled a summary for Wyoming from the 2010 Census.

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Casper's Center Street, Daniel Sandoval, K2 Radio
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City Satisfaction Survey Moves to Cyberspace [AUDIO]

The Casper City Council wants to know how people like living in Casper. Phase one, a random sampling, and now the survey is open online.

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Stockgrowers Road Trip to Wyoming Day Rodeo [AUDIO]

Saturday, January 21st the Wyoming Stock Growers Association is going on a trip to Denver for the Wyoming Day celebration and rodeo, and the more, the merrier.

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USDA To Close 4 Offices In Wyoming, Montana

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — The U.S. Department of Agriculture says it plans to shutter four offices in Montana and Wyoming as part of a $150 million cost cutting measure that includes 259 closures nationwide

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Livestock Exports A Bright Spot For Ag In 2011

For the nations livestock producers profits were minimal  in 2011. That according to a USDA analyst who says there was one exception.

"The export market really has been a bright spot."

Agriculture Department Chief Economists, Joe Glauber, says exports helped prop up prices over the year

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GMO Corn Crops Creating Super Bugs?

One of the nation's most widely planted crops — a genetically engineered corn plant that makes its own insecticide — may be losing its ability to kill a major pest.

Scientists fear potentially risky farming practices are spurring the rise of insects immune to the sophisticated weaponry in so-called Bt corn

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Pruning And Watering, Winter Projects For The Gardener

Warm temperatures this week could tempt gardeners to get outside and mid-winter just happens to be the perfect time for one type of project.

"We tend to have a few days each month where the temperatures get up above 40 degrees and we can get out in the yard

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High Prices Tempt Cattle Producers To Sell Breed Stock

Cattle producers are wrestling with whether to hold back female breeding stock or sell at current high prices. That according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture Livestock Analyst Shayle Shagam who says many producers are choosing to sell, but there are multiple factors involved in the decision

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Give The Gift Of Garden Mastery

Here's another Christmas gift idea. This one comes from the U-W extension, Master Gardener program.

"If people have family members who are avid gardeners the Master Gardener Training makes a great Christmas gift

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Horse Meat Tastes Like Beef, or Good Venison [AUDIO]

Last month Congress lifted a five-year-long ban on funding meat inspections for horse meat. State Rep. Sue Wallis said it was a Government Accounting Office report that showed not being able to process horse meat since 2007 has precipitated a 70 percent decline in domestic horse numbers. Compound that 70 percent decline to the industry, says Rep. Wallis, fewer vets, less hay production, fewer trailers sold, the list goes on.

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