Volume 6, Number 2 - April 6, 2006
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Due to new legislation, all brand recording and brand inspection fees will increase by 50 percent starting April 15. This does not affect the predator or Wyoming Beef Council fees collected during inspections.
To obtain fee schedules, please call the Wyoming Livestock Board at 307-777-6444.
Senator Gerald Geis has announced the Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Agriculture, Public Lands and Water Resources Interim Committee will meet April 19 and 20 at 8 a.m. at Eastern Wyoming College, Tibbet Building, Rooms 131 and 132, located at 3200 West “C” in Torrington.
The purpose of this meeting is for initial discussion of 2006 interim topics including: Board of Agriculture and youth leadership, wheat commission, national grain and feed mills, weeds, pests, fertilizer, predators, conservation reserve enhancement program, bio-diesel incentives, Wyoming Livestock Board, care of abused animals, eminent domain, conflicting bids/contributory values on state lands, well digger requirements, development of small water projects, in-stream flow from stored water and pesticides in ground water.
KPIN Radio owner/manager Bob Rule reported that Sublette County held its county GOP Convention Monday night in the public library. Rule reported that 28 delegates and about 16 visitors attended the county convention, including Captain J. William Winney Jr., retired, U.S. Navy, who plans to challenge Barbara Cubin for her U.S. House seat. In addition, Mary Ann Collins, who is seeking the Secretary of State seat, and Fred Parady, who is a candidate for State Treasurer, both drove to Pinedale to campaign for their statewide races.
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