In rebuttal to a recent guest column, Jennifer Molidor and Erik Molvar argue that grazing’s effects are antithetical to wild habitat conservation.
Rural landscapes and wildlife, write Wyoming ranchers Sharon and Pat O’Toole, need ranching and irrigated agriculture to survive.
A Laramie County judge threw out the drug trafficking charges Thursday, finding prosecutors lacked probable cause the farmers and hemp advocates intended to grow and distribute marijuana.
Up near the Continental Divide, cowboys call Zach Turnbull when they find dead stock. It’s his job, through all the guts and gore, to determine if an animal was killed by wildlife and is thus eligible for damage compensation from the state.
In the Owl Creek drainage near Thermopolis, where a rancher and the Game and Fish Department have clashed over wildlife, officials hope an early hunt will protect a wild herd from disease-bearing livestock.