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Downtown Farmers Market Starts Big [GALLERY]

The Downtown Farmers Market opened it's 5th year of business tonight. Last year over 50 vendors took over the space on the north side of the Nicolaysen Art Museum and many of them have returned for this year. As it is just a bit early in the growing season the a

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Hay, Pasture In Wyoming Shrunk By Drought And Fire

The Wyoming Department of Agriculture met with producers, law makers and county officials across the state in a series of meetings on the current impact of drought and fire.

Doug Miyamoto, Agriculture Department deputy director says they wanted to get information out as quickly as possible about the situation and hear what producers need

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U.S. Drought Grows To Cover Widest Area Since 1956

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A new report shows the drought gripping the United States is the widest since 1956.

The monthly State of the Climate drought report released Monday by the National Climactic Data Center says 55 percent of the continental U

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Torrington Livestock Sales 940% Over Normal

(Associated Press) Normally the Torrington Livestock market sells about 3,500 head of cattle in May. This year, it sold more than 18,000, said Michael Schmitt, one of the market’s owners. In June, it normally moves about 1,800

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Bert Kaufmann, flickr.com
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Governor Asks for Drought Disaster Declaration

Governor Matt Mead is asking for an agricultural disaster to be declared for most of the state, due to drought conditions.

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Wild Horse Adoption In Wheatland

The Bureau of Land Management and the Mantle Wild Horse Adoption and Training Center will host a wild horse adoption on Saturday, June 23rd in Wheatland.
Adoption applications will be accepted beginning at 8 a

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Awards Luncheon Jim Magagna, Diana Berger, Randy Teeuwen, Indy Burke, Wanda Burgett, Eric Peterson, Sue Sommers, Jennifer Hayward, Jonita Sommers, Albert SommersE
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Wyoming Stock Growers Present Annual Awards

The Wyoming Stock Growers Association presented two awards last week during the Wyoming Cattle Industry Convention in Jackson. JoAnn Wade was named the Outstanding Range Professional and Dr. Frank Galey  was honored as Guardian of the Grasslands

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Wyomings Magagna To Serve On Advisory Council

On June 5, Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack  named the members who would be on the advisory committee for guiding and making recommendations to the U.S. Forest Service in implementing the recently adopted Planning Rule

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Water Wise To Save Money

Recent rains have broken our local drought, but sunny days ahead may call for additional irrigating.

Horticulturalist, Donna Cuin, with the Natrona County Agricultural Resource and Learning Center in Casper says this spring's early warm weather means plants are already requiring lots of water for photosynthesis

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Beekeeper Survey Shows Drop In Colony Loss Last Winter

Bee keepers noticed a slow down in bee colony loss this last winter. Losses were around 20 percent as compared to 30 percent over the last few winters.

Agriculture officials say that's an improvement, but it's too soon to say if it's a trend toward bee colony health

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