EPA Proposed Interim Decisions (PIDs) Request for Comment Milwaukee, WI Since 1971, the Rozol® brand registered by Liphatech® has been helping farm communities to control field rodents. Today, Rozol is labeled for use on ground squirrels, black-tailed prairie dogs, pocket gophers, rats, mice and voles. Now Rozol and all other anticoagulant rodenticides and acute rodenticidesContinue reading “LIPHATECH”
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WSGA Featured Member: Galen Chase & Chase Brothers LLC
“Enjoying a good rain, the first song from a Meadowlark, sunrises, and sunset, watching new life in the Spring, neighbors helping neighbors; these are just some of the pure joys from growing up on a ranch. – Galen ChaseLearn more at https://chasebrothersllc.com/ Community involvement and ranching hold a special place in the hearts of theContinue reading “WSGA Featured Member: Galen Chase & Chase Brothers LLC”
Wyoming Wildlife Habitat Memorandum of Understanding
On October 17, WSGA joined Governor Mark Gordon and Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack in Washington DC for the signing of the Wyoming Wildlife Habitat Memorandum of Understanding. This MOU, the first of its kind, represents commitment to invest “technical capacity and resources in the conservation, restoration, and management, and long-term stewardship of both publicContinue reading “Wyoming Wildlife Habitat Memorandum of Understanding”
The Summer Mountain Trip
By Hallie Jette I also wanted to share about our mountain trip that we had a couple of weeks ago. The week was a little busy as we started to prepare for the trip up the mountain. That week I did a lot of different tasks such as sewing a few more oiler flaps together.Continue reading “The Summer Mountain Trip”
2022 Stewardship Tour & Award
By Hallie Jette It has been a while since my last post, but I wanted to jump back and touch on the Environmental Stewardship Day that was held in Elk Mountain at the Johnson Ranch. I really enjoyed touring the Johnson Ranch, and getting a little insight into how they operate their ranch. In myContinue reading “2022 Stewardship Tour & Award”
By Hallie Jette This past week seemed kind of laid back which was a nice change of pace. Monday was kind of stormy so we unloaded the backhoe to use the trailer it was on to get the loaner tractor. We then gathered the cows in the Fred Cook pasture and moved them down toContinue reading “Week 6!”
By Hallie Jette This week was a long busy week. We started the week off by gathering all the bulls in the bull pasture and trailing them to the main house. We put them in one section of the corrals and the other half in the alleyway to eventually run them all through the chuteContinue reading “Week 5!”
Week 4 at the Kane’s!
By Hallie Jette Monday was a rainy day, so we did a lot of work in the shop. The oil needed to be changed in one of the tractors, so I got to learn how to do it. While we were waiting for the oil to drain, we took the fenders off the steer axleContinue reading “Week 4 at the Kane’s!”
What I have been up to at the E – U Ranch!
By Hallie Jette It’s been a busy couple of weeks after attending the Stock Growers 150th Summer Convention in Cheyenne where I had a lot of fun meeting members and sitting in on meetings. On Monday, I learned how to use a tire machine because the 4-wheeler needed new tires, so we mounted the newContinue reading “What I have been up to at the E – U Ranch!”
First Week on the Job!
Last week was my first week at the ranch. It was a pretty busy week, but overall a great week of work. I worked about 60 hours last week, but it sure didn’t seem like it. Time flies when you’re having fun! We did a little bit of everything; hauled and moved some cattle, branded,Continue reading “First Week on the Job!”