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New malter helps Wyoming ag, beverage industries

A stone’s throw from Wyoming’s eastern border is a bright red, low-slung warehouse amid acres of rustling grain. The mid-July sun glinted off giant granary bins standing in two orderly rows. Inside...

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Western Sugar

Board approves loans for beet growers, Cheyenne recycler

The Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors unanimously approved an economic disaster declaration and up to $5,396,750 in loans for sugar beet growers in northwest Wyoming and a $141,859 bridge...

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Program upgrades benefit clients, customers

Manufacturers and producers in Wyoming will have new opportunities to expand their customer base thanks to developments with two Wyoming Business Council programs designed to brand and market locally...

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Wyoming manufacturers invited to Canadian trade mission

Wyoming manufacturers are invited to apply for a Sept. 24-29 Wyoming Business Council trade mission in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, to meet with buyers and exhibit products at the Canadian...

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Wyoming ag exporters invited to Mexico trade mission

Wyoming agricultural exporters are invited to apply for a foreign trade mission to Mexico City on Aug. 3-6. The foreign trade mission, led by the Wyoming Business Council, the state’s economic...

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Cowgirl Yarn

Three Wyoming companies show the power of thinking local

Like the threads of a tapestry, three Wyoming businesses in completely different industries have woven together to create something special in downtown Laramie. It begins with Mountain Meadow Wool in...

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Mountain Meadow Wool

Wyoming wool producer wins regional exporter award

Karen Hostetler believes sheep raised by northern Wyoming ranchers produce better quality wool than even New Zealand’s famed herds. She is proving it one country at a time. Hostetler, president of...

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Fact sheets explain regulations for diversifying ag operations

Some of the most popular ways agricultural producers are diversifying their operations include meat processing and ranch recreation. The Wyoming Business Council, the state’s economic development...

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Business Council to provide disaster relief to Big Horn Basin, Fremont County growers

The Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors voted unanimously Thursday to support the 60 families with ownership stake in Wyoming Sugar, an agricultural cooperative in the Big Horn Basin. The...

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State board to consider emergency relief for beet growers March 30

The Wyoming Business Council board of directors will consider a request from Wyoming Sugar Company for an economic emergency declaration and $5,675,650 in loans during a special call-in meeting at 10...

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