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Mission Statement:
The Wyoming Department of Agriculture is dedicated
to the promotion and enhancement of Wyoming's
agriculture, natural resources and contribution to
Wyoming quality of life.

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The Wyoming Department of Agriculture assists the citizens of Wyoming to live safe and healthy lives, promote and preserve our agricultural community, be responsible stewards of our natural resources, and achieve integrity in the marketplace.

The WDA is comprised of six sections: Administrative Services, Analytical Services (Chemistry & Microbiology Laboratories), Consumer Health Services, Natural Resources & Policy, Technical Services, and Wyoming State Fair.

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Emergency Insect Management Grant Forms 2014

RFP - Wyoming Wheat Commission Executive Director PDF Print E-mail


Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals for providing services as the Wyoming Wheat Commission Executive Director to the Department of Agriculture will be accepted until 2:00 p.m., March 10, 2014 by the Department of Administration and Information, Procurement Section, 700 West 21st Street, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002.  Only proposals submitted on State of Wyoming forms will be considered.  Interested parties should phone (307) 777-6797 to obtain official proposal documents.  

State and Producers Safeguard Health PDF Print E-mail

Wyoming Department of Ag: the State and Producers Safeguard Health

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (January 28, 2014) – Wyoming state agencies and federal partners have been involved in investigations at Western Sugar Cooperative in Lovell since the tragic death of an employee on January 4th. Western Sugar Cooperative, working with the Wyoming Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) embargoed all products from the facility for human consumption. No products intended for human consumption were distributed.

Other products, limited to beet tailings and pulp, which are used as livestock feed, have been the subject of a voluntary recall by Western Sugar Cooperative. These products have been accounted for at this time. Wyoming, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the FDA, working cooperatively, determined that there is no risk to human and animal health because of this incident.

“The health and safety of the public is paramount to all involved - the Lovell community, Wyoming’s ag community, the local producers, the company, and our state. The cooperative effort involving federal agencies in the wake of this tragedy has been professional and effective at protecting the public,” Jason Fearneyhough, Director of the Wyoming Department of Agriculture said.

Western Sugar Cooperative, Wyoming’s cattle producers, the State of Wyoming and federal agencies are taking all appropriate actions to protect human and animal health. In an effort to assist producers most impacted by this incident, animals that may have been exposed to the feed products have been identified. Cooperation between the State of Wyoming, USDA and FDA has led to an appropriate plan to help producers who have concerns about short-term marketability of animals that may have been exposed.

Western Sugar Cooperative, producers and the State of Wyoming will continue to take a leadership role and work with the FDA, USDA and other federal entities to help the local community work past the tragedy and loss.


Derek Grant
Public Information Officer
Board of Ag Meeting November 13, 2013 PDF Print E-mail

Meeting Announcement

The Wyoming Board of Agriculture has scheduled a board meeting for November 13 beginning at 10 am at the Hilton Inn, 2229 Grand Avenue, Laramie, Wyoming.  At 2 pm they will meet in conjunction with the Game and Fish Commission to begin at 2:00 p.m. at the Holiday Inn, 204 S. 30th Street, Laramie, Wyoming.

Members of the Board are; Jana Ginter- District 1, Jim Hodder- District 2, Shaun Sims- District 3, John Moore-District 4, Alison Lass-District 5, Bryan Brost-District 6, Jim Price, Jr.-District 7, Patrick Zimmerer-Southeast, John Hansen-Southwest, Cameron Smith-Northeast, Richard Schlenker-Northwest, Jason Fearneyhough, Director/Board Secretary, Governor Matt Mead’s Office (Ex-Officio), and Dr. Frank Galey, Dean of the UW College of Ag and Natural Resources (Ex-Officio).

During this meeting the Board will talk on the following items:

Action on the October 8 meeting minutes; an update on the State Fair Advisory Board meeting; an update/report on the Living Legacy Program, update on the producer research grants; and set meeting dates for 2014.

During the meeting the Board and Commission with talk on the following items:

Discuss modifying the nomination date of the Access Recognition award winners to January or February rather than March; Discuss primary results of elk for brucellosis testing and an update on brucellosis surveillance; Update on watercraft inspections on aquatic invasive species; Overview of game animal damages for summer/fall 2013; Elk Management - reducing elk numbers in problem areas; and any other administrative matters properly brought before the Board.

This public meeting will be held according to the Wyoming Administrative Procedures Act. If you wish to attend this meeting and you require reasonable accommodation, please contact Muff Parker at (307) 777-6569; fax (307) 777-6593 or e-mail

AgriFuture 2013 PDF Print E-mail

AgriFuture 2013 is just around the corner! We have been working hard to put together a great conference in Laramie on October 8-10, 2013. Click here for more information about the conference including the brochure and registration information. We hope to see you there!

Environmental Assessment for the Rangeland Grasshopper and Mormon Cricket Suppression Program PDF Print E-mail

Updated 4-10-2013

Environmental Assessment: Rangeland Grasshopper and Mormon Cricket Suppression Program 2013

Wyoming USDA APHIS PPQ has completed the Site-Specific Environmental Assessment for Rangeland Grasshopper and Mormon Cricket Suppression Program. This EA covers potential programs within the state of Wyoming. Copies of the EA are available for review at the Cheyenne office. USDA APHIS PPQ, 5353 Yellowstone Rd. Suite 208, Cheyenne WY 82009.

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