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Author: Anders Van Sandt

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Ask Sam: Bird Flu

Dear Sam,

I’ve been hearing a lot of talk about a bird flu. What is it, and is there anything I can do to help prevent the spread of this outbreak and others like it?

Sincerely, Cody


Dear Cody,

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Blooming Where They are Planted

BareFoot Brook was born between Saratoga and Riverside, Wyoming. There, artistic talent, green thumbs, and a lot of hard work came together to create a family business that produces locally grown floral creations.

Welcome to Wyoming

Originally from Michigan, Brooke …

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UW Launches High-Altitude Bull Test and Sale

Managing cattle at high altitude is common for many cattle producers across Wyoming and the Mountain West. Cattle grazing at an increased altitude (above 5,000 feet), where oxygen levels are decreased, are at an increased risk for brisket disease, decreased …

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Fall-Winter Cattle Care

As you wean calves and prepare for the fall and winter months, it is important to consider your herd’s nutritional requirements and ensure that livestock performance isn’t negatively impacted.

After weaning, fall is the best time to improve the body …

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What’s the Deal with Anthrax?

Anthrax is a serious infectious disease that is caused by Bacillus anthracis (a spore-forming bacteria) that occurs naturally in soil. Although outbreaks are less common in the U.S. than in other countries, sporadic outbreaks do occur, especially in cattle and …

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UW College of Ag Alumni to Be Recognized During 2022 Homecoming

Four University of Wyoming graduates, including two College of Agriculture, Life Sciences and Natural Resources alumni, will be honored for their professional achievements and support of the university during Homecoming Oct. 17–22.

Joseph Leimkuhler, Carissa Moffat Miller, and Douglas Stark …

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Precautions to take when grazing and feeding cover crops

As we approach fall and winter, several producers will start grazing their cover crops/ annual forages. Others may have already harvested their annual forages and plan to start feeding them to their livestock. Although grazing cover crops can provide high …

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Prepping Your Garden, Trees, and Lawn for the Fall

As the gardening season draws to a close, it’s time to prepare your garden, trees, and lawn for the winter and fall months.


Once harvest is completed, it’s time to start removing diseased plants. While you can leave healthy …

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