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Canned food drive at Sept. 14 UW Football Game

Celebrate Agriculture. Cheer on the Pokes. Help Fight Hunger in Wyoming. Get a free t-shirt. Cowboy Fans headed to this Saturday’s (Sept. 14) University of Wyoming Cowboy Football game vs. Northern Colorado can check all items off this list.  September 14 is “Celebrate Agriculture Day” at Cowboy Football.  The Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation has partnered with UW Sports to hold a “Harvest for All” canned food drive to benefit the Wyoming Food Bank of the Rockies. Cowboy fans are asked to bring canned food items to the Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation Tailgate Park tent from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. on game Read Full Article

Young Farmers and Ranchers Conference Dec. 2-3 in Casper

          “Shopping for Results” is the focus of the Dec. 2-3, 2011 Wyoming Farm Bureau Young Farmer & Rancher (YF&R) Conference.   Wyoming young farmers and ranchers are invited to attend the YF&R Conference at the Holiday Inn in Casper.  The conference is open to all young agricultural producers (between the ages of 18-35) and all Farm Bureau members.  Children are welcome.                No matter what it is we do in life we are always “shopping for results.”  Whether it be results in finding the perfect gift for someone or results on your agriculture operation.  Speakers will talk about how Read Full Article

155 People

Today, each U.S. farmer annually produces food and fiber for 155 people in the United States and abroad.  Source:  AFBF Foundation for Agriculture Read Full Article

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The Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation wants agriculture producers to be aware of the Sept. 20 comment deadline on the Wyoming Livestock Board proposed changes to Chapter 15 Trichomoniasis rult According to the Livestock Board’s statement of reasons from their website: “The Wyoming Livestock Board in coordination with the cattle industry has been in the process of drafting prudent and practical revisionsto the Chapter 15 Trichomoniasis rules for several months. Trichomoniasis has continued to infect new herds in Wyoming in spite of the rules we have been using for several years and it is necessary to strengthen the rules tobetter protect Read Full Article