Wyoming PBS recently featured the record breaking drought and its affect on Agriculture in the Cowboy State.
Wyoming Chronicle reports on the drought that has devastated so much of the nation and created great hardships for many Wyoming ranchers. We visit the cattle auction in Torrington where drought-stricken ranchers are forced to sell their livestock and look at how irrigation companies around the state are coping.
Wyoming Stock Growers Association First Vice President Jim Wilson represented the interests of Wyoming's livestock producers during the panel discussion at the end of the show.
Source: WSGA and Wyoming PBS
Posted by Northern Ag Network