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    1. [$$] The No-Nonsense View From Wyoming

      Barrons.com43 minutes ago

      “As a mentor told me, the market doesn’t care about politics,” says Dewald, 63. “The market cares about profits.” During his 33 years as an Edward Jones advisor, the market has spent a lot more ...

    2. Black: Traditional cowboy sought

      Amarillo Globe-News3 hours ago

      WANTED: Cowboy. No TV, No phone. If you don’t like dogs and can’t tough it in the mountains, don’t apply — Alamo, Nevada.

    3. IMAGE: Elk and cattle commingle on a hay line in western Wyoming. Wildlife managers and ranchers in the greater Yellowstone ecosystem soon will have a new mapping tool for reducing the risk of brucellosis outbreaks in cattle.

    4. The park service had released a final environmental impact statement last December on the proposed dog management plan for the 80,000-acre national recreation area, which spans parts ...

    5. How technology improves beef industry

      Bureau County Republican7 hours ago

      The world we live in revolves around technology. Everywhere you turn somehow, someway technology is present. The beef industry revolves around technology, too. From the cow-calf operation to ...

    6. FORT RICE — Herds of sleek black cattle graze in the lush green fields and pastures around Ken and Bonnie Miller’s ranch. The “herd below the ground” to which Ken refers is the vast microscopic ...

    7. Time is running out to catch Silver Dollar City’s National Harvest & Cowboy Festival, which runs for one more wee at the 1880s theme park. Once the fall festival closes, the park will turn its ...

    8. Todd Knorr always bales cornstalks to use for feeding and bedding his cattle, and this year the practice is more important than ever. Dry weather put added pressure on area pastures - ...

    9. JBSFI IPO canceled, possibly decreasing equity discount risk under IPO scenario. Moody's downgrades JBS corporate family rating to B3 from B2. $230 million asse

    10. Bureau of Land Management contract workers had rounded up 1,367 adult horses and 350 foals. The agency could reach its goal of capturing 1,560 adults plus the foals of captured mares ...

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