Ag & Ranch
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Passing on the family ranch from one generation to the next is steeped in tradition yet rife with challenges. This transition is not merely a business transaction; it’s a transfer of legacy, livelihood, and a way of life deeply intertwined…Read More
‘Ham radio’ as it is commonly known has long been a great additional communication resource for a wide variety of interests and needs. In areas such as Johnson County where cellphone service can be patchy, amateur radio can be…Read More
Meet two BHS students, Alexalynn Horn and Lance Rabel. Both are from ranching families and are interested in following in their family footsteps. They joined 307NetRadio and took a look back at the lineage of cattle and sheep ranching in…Read More
Find out more about the merging worlds of agriculture and tourism in Johnson County with Karina Mysse, a recent Buffalo High School graduate. Karina is no stranger to agriculture and ranching having grown up amongst cattle and rodeo as part…Read More
If you’re involved or interested in beef production, Johnson County UW Extension Office is hosting a special workshop that you won’t want to miss. Join Dr. Shelby Rosasco, a Beef Extension Specialist from the University of Wyoming, and Micah Most,…Read More
Dream of developing your few acres? There are local resources for just that! March 2023 Make the most of the lingering winter weather to plan and prepare. Listen to Zach Byram and Micah Most explain what you can expect from…Read More
We love Wyoming’s proximity to wildlife but that doesn’t come without a cost. ‘Big game versus vehicle’ collisions are at an all-time high in the Cowboy State. The Nature Conservancy reports 21 big game road collisions daily in 2021,…Read More
Many people enjoy playing on “the mountain” just outside of Buffalo year round, with the Pole Creek Recreation Area being a highlight during the winter. Listen to Aaron Kessler, President of Powder Pass Nordic Club outline the club’s concerns with…Read More
Some pesticides are regulated and need certification to buy and use – even if you aren’t a commercial operator. Now is the time to get certified or renew your existing one. Need help with accurately selecting the right pesticide? How…Read More