Wyoming wolves return to Endangered Species List

February 23rd, 2015 | Hunting Sidebar

February 20th, 2015 By Mark Wilcox Environmentalists rejoiced this morning while Wyoming leaders, ranchers and others hung their heads as the gray wolf returned to the endangered species list on a “technicality.” The action taken by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service was to comply with a U.S. District Court order from September 23 of […]

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North Forks Fishing News

February 16th, 2015 | Fishing Sidebar

February 13, 2015 Temperatures are to hang in the mid-50’s through Saturday. A mix of winter weather early next week, then back to spring like temperatures again in the Cody area. We need snow in the mountains but will take this false spring weather that is going on right now! Wind will be associated with the temperature […]

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Hay Tonnage Spikes In Southeastern Wyoming

February 16th, 2015 | Hay Sidebar

Wyoming hay prices are down from what they were this time last year thanks to a bountiful 2014 harvest. A near-ideal growing season yielded four alfalfa cuttings at Dave Hinman’s Hardrock Farms, Wheatland. In an average year, he’ll take three cuttings and be happy. Overall yield was up 25-30%, Hinman reports, and quality was average. […]

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HUNTERS URGED TO CARRY BEAR SPRAY AND USE CAUTION WHEN HUNTING IN GRIZZLY BEAR COUNTRY

February 16th, 2015 | Hunting Sidebar

CODY – The Wyoming Game and Fish Department urges hunters and other backcountry users to use caution when hunting in bear country, and to carry and know how to use bear spray. “As bears become more active and hunters begin to pursue game in the field, we anticipate that there will be an increase in […]

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APPLICATION DEADLINE NEARS FOR MOOSE, BIGHORN SHEEP, AND MOUNTAIN GOAT LICENSES

February 16th, 2015 | Hunting Sidebar

CHEYENNE –The application deadline for both residents and nonresidents to hunt moose, bighorn sheep, and mountain goat by is Feb. 28. All applications, whether submitted online or mailed, must be received at the Wyoming Game and Fish Department headquarters in Cheyenne no later than 5 p.m. Feb. 28. Once the deadline passes*, the online application […]

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5 ways young producers are at risk; plus: 4 tips to track family & business expenses

February 4th, 2015 | Beef Magazine, Beef Sidebar

by Amanda Radke in BEEF Daily   A recent article entitled, “Young beef producers might learn from grain farmers’ pain,” written by Mike Wilson and featured on Beef Producer, listed five pitfalls that put young producers at risk. These five characteristics from David Kohl, Virginia Tech economist, can create trouble for producers in a price […]

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Wholesome Beef Raised Nature’s Way

November 10th, 2014 | Beef Sidebar, Cattle

Wyoming Pure Natural Beef is a local meat business owned and operated by the Goertz family in Wheatland, WY. Our family is the only producer of Wyoming Pure Natural Beef. We produce a high-quality product and customer satisfaction is our highest priority. You can serve our natural beef to your family and feel good knowing […]

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Corn Fed vs. Grass Fed

November 10th, 2014 | Beef Sidebar, Cattle

Promoters and producers of grass fed beef have made a lot of claims about its nutritional and environmental benefits.  One web-based marketer states, “100% grass-fed meats, from any kind of critter, are the most perfect food for man.  Grass-fed meats will supply 100% of your body’s nutrient requirements in perfect balance.  Grass-fed meat is the […]

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