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Wyoming Education Department Seeking Summer Food Service Partners
The Wyoming Department of Education is seeking houses of worship to participated in the Summer Food Service Program for summer of 2013. The Summer Food Service Program helps Wyoming children up to the age of 18 get the nutrition they need during the summer months when they don't have access to …
USDA: No Weather Records Set This Winter [AUDIO]
Former legislator Pete Illoway of Cheyenne and Paul Covello of Torrington are the two newest members of the Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors. Doug Randall has the details. Unlike last summer, it looks like this winter will not set any weather records. Click past the jump to listen to Wyom…
USDA Warns of Climate Change Impacts [AUDIO]
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is warning of big chances for the nations forests related to climate change, including increased wildfires and inset infestations.The last member of the Sinks Canyon Bighorn Sheep herd has died. Doug Randall has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio …
USDA’s Crop Report For 2012 Shows Drought Impact
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The U.S. Department of Agriculture is releasing its final crop report for 2012, providing a glimpse of what last year's drought cost the nation's farmers and others.
The report covers a number of crops, but attention will likely focus on corn production...
Economist Says Crop Growers Doing Well [AUDIO]
The Surgeon General has designated January as Radon Action Month. Amy Richards has details. USDA Chief Economist Joe Glauber says the year is ending with the farm economy still in good shape overall, although there are drought and financial issues for livestock growers. Click past jump to listen to …
USDA Wetlands Conservation Program Growing
A USDA Conservation Program for two decades now has provided several benefits both environmentally and economically. The Wetlands Reserve Program has grown dramatically over that time, according to acting Natural Resources Conservation Service Chief Jason Weller...
Higher Food Prices Predicted [AUDIO]
Wyoming residents have given the University of Wyoming it's highest marks since polling on UW's performance began in 1984. The current drought hasn't had much effect on food prices this year, but USDA Chief Economist Ricky Volpe says prices will go up next year. Click past jump to lis…
USDA Ag Numbers Strong [AUDIO]
Joe Ricketts, former C-E-O and Founder of TD Ameritrade, will speak at the Wyoming Forum in Cheyenne on November 15. Amy Richards has a report. The USDA's latest revision for Agricultural Trade Numbers is looking strong for 2012. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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