Signing Off: The End of the 2015 Rangeland Intern Program

Over the summer we have had the great opportunity to meet, get to know and see the work Josiah has done over the course of three months. While a majority of the work being completed looked a lot like ranch work there were also great conversations about the management techniques that lead to the specificContinue reading “Signing Off: The End of the 2015 Rangeland Intern Program”

Sizzling Hot San Antonio

The first week of February I had the opportunity to travel to Texas and attend the 2015 Cattle Industry Convention and National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Trade Show as a member of the 2015 National Beef Ambassador Team. This was my first time attending this event, and I cannot wait to go back! It is soContinue reading “Sizzling Hot San Antonio”

Tell her what she’s won!

We recently hosted a promotion on our Facebook page. The 1000th person to “like” us won a prize package of Wyoming Made goodies! Our winner was Margreet from Ohio. This is what Margreet told us about herself, “We have a small farm…set of 13 year old boy/girl twins, a 3 year old little girl, a goldenContinue reading “Tell her what she’s won!”

Celebrate! We’re Not Hungry & Naked

Today is National Ag Day and we’re celebrating the industry that is responsible for providing the necessities of everyday life … food, fiber, clothing, fuel and countless other necessities. In other words ag makes sure we’re not hungry and naked! The National Ag Day program is committed to increasing public awareness about American agriculture. AsContinue reading “Celebrate! We’re Not Hungry & Naked”

Picking Your Crop & Planting the Seed

The Women’s Agriculture Summit was hosted by the Johnson County CattleWomen in Buffalo, Wyo. in late January. They had great inspirational speakers who spoke about a common theme of getting your agriculture story out before the anti-agriculture movement does. The main point I took from the summit was to “pick your crop and plant theContinue reading “Picking Your Crop & Planting the Seed”

The Gal Behind the Curtain

You know how in the Wizard of Oz when Dorothy gets really curious about what’s going on behind that curtain as she and her crew are talking to the giant head of the wizard? He said, “Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!” He was making magic happen and didn’t want it spoiled.Continue reading “The Gal Behind the Curtain”

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