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Wyoming Ranch wins Environmental Stewardship Award

Agriculture.com Staff 02/02/2007 @ 11:34am

Thaler Land and Livestock Comapny of LaGrange, Wyoming, was named national winner of the Environmental Stewardship Award at the Cattle Industry Convention.

The program honors beef producers from around the country who have been exemplary in the management of their natural resources. It is sponsored by the NCBA, Dow AgroSciences and the USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service.

Thaler Land and Livestock is owned and managed by Dennis and Sandy Thaler, and their daughter and son-in-law, Brandy and Kevin Evans. The operation is a cow-calf and yearling operation with a small feedlot, encompassing about 20,000 acres. It has been in the family for over 100 years.

Thaler Land and Livestock Comapny of LaGrange, Wyoming, was named national winner of the Environmental Stewardship Award at the Cattle Industry Convention.

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