Farmers and ranchers lease federally managed land to raise their flocks and herds, and ultimately to feed millions of Americans. They pay large sums of money to lease those grazing lands. SinceMSLF has fought to protect private property rights, individual liberties, and economic freedom.
Family friend Aaron Kessler snips wool from the eyes of ewes as they're lined up for ultrasounds recently in Johnson County. Kessler is a teacher at Sheridan High School and volunteered to help. Dan Cepeda, Star-Tribune.
Skip to Main Navigation. Each navigation link will open a list of sub navigation links. Visit with Wyoming wool growers and you'll soon come away as optimistic as they are when talking about the health of their industry.
On Sept. Each year WWGA conducts two ram sire tests. The first runs from June to August, and the second begins in late September and runs thru mid-March of the following year.
WWGA has undergone some significant changes but is clearly emerging as a stronger and more effective membership association. The focus this year has been to strengthen our grassroots membership through a concerted and determined outreach effort. The sheep industry faces some substantial hurdles that quite literally threaten the future of sheep ranching in Wyoming, and making certain that our members are aware of these problems and the myriad complex issues that surround them helps us be more responsive and allows our members to feel confident that WWGA is functioning appropriately as their collective voice.
Aspiring wool producers would support each other and draw expertise from established producers and from outside sources in an effort being crafted by the Wyoming Wool Growers Association and University of Wyoming Extension. Established producers would offer their knowledge to help their younger counterparts and help grow the industry, said extension educator Bridger Feuz. Giving emerging or new-to-the-industry producers the opportunity to learn from each other, from established producers and via resources of UW Extension is a focus of association president Vance Broadbent, said Feuz.
Vilsack, F. In response, intervening environmental groups  filed a cross-motion for summary judgment. In response, the Forest Service engaged in further analysis of the impact that grazing might have on the bighorn population, in particular the transmission of various bacteria known to cause pneumonia. The Forest Service returned with draft supplemental environmental impact statements in andeach generating over 10, public comments, before issuing its FSEIS, in which it reduced grazing to mitigate the risk of domestic sheep spreading disease throughout the bighorn sheep population.
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Olson chsinc. The 88th Annual Wyoming State Ram Sale, as always, offers the highest quality rams meeting some of the most rigorous standards of any sale in the country. Our sale has also rendered some of the highest prices for stud rams in the nation, indicating the tremendous quality which comes through the State Ram Sale. Also, new to our sale this year we have several rams consigned that have participated in the National Sheep Improvement Program.