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.
(Press release) — Governor Matt Mead is asking the Department of Labor to withdraw and reconsider a proposed rule governing the federal H-2A program used by the Wyoming sheep and livestock industry to hire seasonal and temporary workers.
Bighorn sheep near Cody haven’t been devastated by pneumonia, making biologists seek the reasons for resiliency in the face of a persistent, deadly threat.
What does recent sheep management legislation tell you about politics in Wyoming? Plenty. Reporter Angus M. Thuermer Jr. discusses this and other policy issues featured at WyoFile.com.
The Wyoming House passed two bills Monday to protect stock growers from eviction from Forest Service grazing allotments.