A publication from the University of Wyoming Cooperative Extension Service compares the benefits and handicaps of early calving and late-spring calving. Continue reading
Fremont County producers can provide what’s for dinner and have tax deductions, too.
The Fremont County 4-H Steer-A-Year scholarship program benefits youth and provides an opportunity for residents and the agricultural industry to support Fremont County 4-H. Continue reading
Megan Brittingham will begin Thursday, April 1, as the University of Wyoming Cooperative Extension Service (UW CES) 4-H youth/development educator in Goshen County. Continue reading
Confection sunflower production strategies for the Big Horn Basin will be discussed Wednesday, March 31, at the Powell Research and Extension Center (PREC). Continue reading
Cooks in several Wyoming counties will cross spoons and spatulas in events this March to show commodity foods can taste good without being expensive. Continue reading