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Beef Recall Hits Wyoming

A recall of over 8-million pounds of beef, because of allegations that a California producer used "diseased and unsound animals" in the production of its meat, has reached Wyoming.

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USDA Allows More Meat, Grains in School Lunches

The Agriculture Department says it's making permanent rules that allow schools to serve larger portions of lean meat and whole grains in school lunches and other meals.

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Meat and Poultry Recall Includes Products Shipped To Wyoming

A Colorado firm is recalling about 90,000 pounds of meat and poultry products. The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports Yauk’s Specialty Meats, a Windsor, Colo., company, is recalling approximately the products that were produced under insanitary conditions.

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Coalition: USDA Should Partner With Timber Industry To Reduce Wildfires

A bipartisan and bicameral group of western lawmakers pressed the U.S. Department of Agriculture to partner with the timber industry to reduce wildfire risks in fire-prone areas.

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Money Available To Help Ag Producers Go Organic

There's financial help for Wyoming agriculture producers interested in going organic.

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USDA: Southeastern Wyoming Emerging From Drought

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The latest report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture shows southeast Wyoming may be emerging from 11 months of drought.

The USDA's weekly Drought Monitor out Thursday shows the Cheyenne area has been downgraded from "moderate drought" to "abnormally dry

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USDA starts new program to track farm animals

The federal government has started a new livestock identification program to help agriculture officials quickly track livestock in cases of disease.

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USDA’s Crop Report For 2012 Shows Drought Impact

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The U.S. Department of Agriculture is releasing its final crop report for 2012, providing a glimpse of what last year's drought cost the nation's farmers and others.

The report covers a number of crops, but attention will likely focus on corn production

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Cheat Grass Connection To More Western Wildfires

Cheat grass is a common invasive plant in the western U.S., but its presence has grown significantly over the last decade. So much so, that researchers believe it may be a main culprit in the increase in western wildfires

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Livestock Producers Look To 2013, Leave 2012 Gladly

2012 was a tough year with high feed costs for live stock producers.

Agriculture Department Chief Economist, Joe Glauber says that won't improve overnight. He says many producers will be trying to hang on until spring hoping to sense if 2013 will be a better weather year for crops and bring feed prices down

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