A University of Wyoming Cooperative Extension Service (UW CES) rangeland resources educator will begin serving Uinta and Sweetwater counties April 2. Continue reading
Now is a good time to develop or refine the current herd health program while waiting for the next calving run.
A basic herd health schedule for spring calving herds has been recommended by Steve Paisley, University of Wyoming Cooperative Extension Service beef specialist. The bulletin, Herd Health Programs for Spring Calving Beef Herds, is available online at http://ces.uwyo.edu/http://ces.uwyo.edu/PUBS/MP120-1.pdf. Hardcopies are also available. Ordering information is below. Continue reading
The 2007 Intermountain Livestock Judges Training for beef, sheep and a focus on swine is May 10-12 at the Cliff and Martha Hansen Livestock Teaching Arena near Laramie. Continue reading
Selecting trees for the urban landscape, how to assess the health of trees, the importance of maintaining good soil and how to properly plant and care for trees are among the topics of a regional tree conference Saturday, March 31, in Torrington. Continue reading
Department of Renewable Resources students in the College of Agriculture at the University of Wyoming are making a habit of winning competitions.
After dominating at the joint meeting of the Wyoming Section of the Society for Range Management and the Wyoming Chapter of the Soil and Water Conservation Society last December in Sheridan, the students claimed firsts, seconds, third, fourth, and a sixth at the international meeting of the Society for Range Management (SRM) February 9-16 in Reno, Nevada. Continue reading