The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has authorized killing four wolves after ranchers near Lander, Wyo. have had three verified livestock killings by the animals.
A Cody, Wyo. company is seeking about $940,000 in financial help from the state so it can beef up sales of its jerky products.
R-CALF USA has filed suit to prevent USDA’s Animal & Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) from implementing a plan to mandate the use of RFID tags.
One wolf from a pack that recently attacked cows to eat them on private land near Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming has been killed and three more have been targeted to be killed, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said.
Three wolves in Wyoming are being pursued by wildlife officials after repeated attacks on cattle.
Livestock investigator continues to collect evidence on August 2013 cattle theft.
Factors influencing livestock and grain costs and price forecasts and the international trade outlook start the Range Beef Cow Symposium Tuesday-Thursday, Nov. 28-30, in Cheyenne, Wyo.
It is important to maintain our community ties built around agriculture and mining that have been the fabric of rural America.