LATEST NEWS FROM Wyoming

Hemp litigation
08:50AM Jan 23, 2020

Wyoming Close to Finalizing Hemp-Growing Regulations

Associated Press
AgWeb Contributor

The attorney general in Wyoming has said the state is close to setting statewide hemp-growing regulations amid concerns from farmers about missing the upcoming growing season.

10:58AM Feb 08, 2019

Major Crimes Unit Investigates Missing Cowboy

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director

The Major Crimes Unite of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police have been called to investigate the disappearance of rancher Ben Tyner.

Ben Tyner
13:00PM Feb 05, 2019

Search For Missing Wyoming Cowboy Suspended

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director

Wyoming cowboy Ben Tyner was working as the manager of the Nicola Ranch in British Columbia when he went missing Jan. 26.

13:53PM Dec 27, 2018

Progressive Wyoming Farmer Works to Stay Innovative

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter

Farming on Wyoming’s soil has its challenges with weather and conserving water. Farmers have to conserve moisture in an area with limited rainfall and soaring elevations.

14:45PM Oct 19, 2018

Drovers TV: Kane Beef Trouble; Wyoming Brucellosis; and Hauling Rules

Wyatt Bechtel
Associate Editor

In this week's Drovers TV Report there is a case of brucellosis in Wyoming; proposed regulation changes for livestock haulers; and a Texas beef packer is facing financial troubles.

14:45PM Oct 16, 2018

Brucellosis Infected Cattle Found in Northwestern Wyoming

Wyatt Bechtel
Associate Editor

For the first time in three years a positive case of brucellosis has been identified in a Wyoming cattle herd.

17:02PM Dec 28, 2017

Hay Day: Wyoming Rancher Grooms Olympic Downhill

Associated Press
AgWeb Contributor

The rancher from western Wyoming wears tan overalls pulled over a U.S. ski team jacket, and is every bit as versed in the nuances of hay farming as the subtleties