Agriculture

Casper College Seeks Horses For Shoeing Course
Horses needing to have their hoofs shod or trimmed are needed by the Casper College Agriculture Department for its spring horseshoeing class.
The class, which begins Monday, April 6, will run for two weeks from 6 to 10 p.m., Monday through Thursday, according to Tom Parker, Casper College rodeo coach…
Wyoming Beef Council Looks To Fill Four Vacancies
The Wyoming Beef Council seeks to fill council vacancies for a range cattle producer and a dairy producer, as well as two openings on the Federation of State Beef Councils.
The Beef Council, a five-member board of beef producers, works on behalf of the cattle growers of Wyoming to increase beef deman…
Casper High School Rodeo Club Announces Fundraiser
Rodeo is a year-round commitment that requires long hours, dedication, and motivation. Contestants build skills that will help them in determining their future. So come on out and support these dedicated athletes and future leaders
The Casper High School Rodeo Club will be hosting its second annual …
Wyoming Game And Fish Seeks Input On Regulations And Seasons
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will be holding their annual public information gathering meetings in March on proposed big game, wild turkey, upland game bird, small game, wild bison, early migratory game birds and Light Goose Conservation Order seasons and regulations
March 19   …
Survey Says Increase Mule Deer And Antelope Fawn Populations
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s annual surveys of pronghorn antelope and mule deer herds this fall and winter show higher than average numbers of fawns. This is significant because population growth is driven by the number of fawns that are born and survive to their first birt…

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