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The true grit of Amberley Snyder
The true grit of Amberley Snyder

February 26, 2019

A movie is about to be released might give you the inspiration to push ahead with your dreams. Your heart might skip a beat as you watch a beautiful blond paraplegic strapped to her saddle...



Treat it fast: Foot rot in cattle
Treat it fast: Foot rot in cattle

July 25, 2018

Foot rot is an infection that causes swelling, heat and inflammation between the toes of a cloven -hoofed animal, resulting in severe lameness. Nearly every cattle producer has seen this situation, finding an animal suddenly...


CNFR results: Meged continues to lead tie-down roping

June 12, 2019

Ropers step up to the plate at the College National Finals Rodeo CASPER, Wyo. (June 12, 2019) — The second performance of the College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR) saw two ropers dominate their events and...





Trump signs disaster aid bill that covers prevented planting

June 12, 2019

President Donald Trump today signed the long delayed supplemental appropriations bill that includes disaster aid for farmers who experienced hurricanes and wildfires in 2018 and flooding in 2019. H.R. 2157, the Additional Supplemental Appropriations for...



Assisting the bonding process between cow and calf
Assisting the bonding process between cow and calf

December 20, 2011

After a cow gives birth, she starts sniffing and licking her newborn calf. In this bonding process, she learns to recognize her calf, and commits to caring for it and protecting it. Her actions are...




S.D. ranchers raise 33K to fix broken U.S. cattle markets

June 14, 2019

Ft. Pierre, S.D. – Fort Pierre Livestock Auction recently kicked off the summer with a successful fund-raiser that generated more than $22,100 for R-CALF USA. Fort Pierre Livestock Auction has been a leader for many...


How to treat acute toxic gut infections in calves
How to treat acute toxic gut infections in calves

May 15, 2012

Newborn calves can develop infection due to bacteria that proliferate rapidly in the gut and produce toxins. If this condition is not treated quickly and reversed, toxins get into the bloodstream and the calf goes...



Once a  cheater…chemical may help control cheatgrass
Once a cheater…chemical may help control cheatgrass

November 27, 2018

The grass may look greener on the other side or the fence, but if it’s not palatable, it’s not very useful to a rancher. In fact, green or brown, cheatgrass makes most ranchers cringe. Steve...


Ag tour  encourages  diversifying  operations
Ag tour encourages diversifying operations

June 14, 2019

Thirty people from across Wyoming clambered on a bus headed for Gillette, Wyoming, this past Tuesday to glean information from several producers during the Wyoming Women in Ag tour, the fourteenth of its kind. The...