2017 Wyoming Agriculture Archive

Wyoming Agriculture is the official publication of the Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation. Published 10 times per year with combined July/August and December/January issues, this newspaper reaches nearly 14,000 families throughout Wyoming.

Kerin Clark, Editor.
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October 2017

  • WyFB 98th Annual Meeting Nov. 16-18, 2017 in Cheyenne
  • Wyoming’s Data Trespass Law remanded back to District Court
  • “Wyoming Needs Agriculture” event at UW football game
  • Rural broadband
  • EPA land grab appeal
  • Tax code revamp
  • County and district meetings

September 2017

  • Legislative Revenue Committee looks at new taxes and tax increases
  • Budd-Falen says county governments and citizens need to be engaged
  • Engagement critical for future of agriculture
  • Ag land valuation set for 2018
  • Member benefits insert

July/August 2017

  • Farm Bureau applauds EPA move to ditch flawed WOTUS rule
  • New law changes ag requirements for driver’s license
  • Grizzly bears returned to state management
  • Hyperbole should not drive political discussions
  • Consumer protection for hiring contractors
  • County news

June 2017

  • Legislative interim committee summary
  • Ag Books for Kids winners
  • COOL—a food safety issue?
  • Wolves returned to state management
  • WyFB scholarship winners
  • WyAG Matters photo contest winners

April 2017

  • 2017 Wyoming Legislative Review
  • Senator Barrasso honored with Golden Plow award
  • EPA Chief: Agency will be states partner in addressing environmental issues
  • Wildfire relief efforts
  • Is your local government prepared

March 2017

  • “Wyoming Agricultural Literacy Week” is March 6-11
  • Tenth Circuit rules against EPA
  • Grizzly bear delisting has moving finishing line
  • Preparing for Veterinary Feed Directive
  • The Worker Protection Standard—2017 compliance
  • Just say yes and go for the gold

February 2017

  • WyFB Legislative Meeting Feb. 2-3 in Cheyenne
  • 2017 State of the State address
  • YF&R Conference a great success
  • Veterinary Feed Directive
  • Farm Bureau Convention concludes with 2017 policy roadmap
  • Worker Protection Standards–what they mean
  • County and state scholarships

December 2016/January 2017

  • Todd Fornstrom elected WyFB President
  • WyFB sets policy
  • WyFB thanks Perry Livingston
  • Crook County’s Frank Hawken receives WyFB Distinguished Service Award
  • WyFB Legislative Meeting
  • YF&R Conference
  • WyFB membership awards
  • WyFB Foundation fundraiser

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