Idaho Hay And Forage Association U. of Wyoming Coop Ext. Service Hay List The Hay Net AgriSeek (news service interactive business directory) http://www.idahohay.com/links.htm
Extractions: Links to Chemical Manufacturers Legislative and Public Policy Idaho Legislative Website Food Producers of Idaho Congressional office for Senator Jim Risch Congressional office for Senator Michael Crapo ... Congressional office for Senator Mike Simpson For Information Regarding the Idaho Hay and Forage Association email
Fusarium Wilt & Yellows Of Sugar Beet & Dry Bean and Management of Sugar Beet Diseases in the Big Horn and Wind River Basins of Wyoming. Pp. 810, in Ext. Bull. B-1063, Univ. of Wyoming Coop. Ext. Service http://www.ext.colostate.edu/pubs/crops/02950.html
Extractions: no. 2.950 by H. Schwartz, L. W. Panella, M. A. Brick, P. F. Byrne. The Central High Plains (Colorado, Nebraska and Wyoming) is among the largest producer of dry edible beans and sugar beets in the United States. Sugar beets are an important cash crop in northeastern Colorado with approximately 30,000 acres planted and 650,000 tons harvested in 2003. Approximately 250,000 acres of dry bean market types (pinto, great northern, light red kidney) also are planted annually with a farm gate value that varies between $75 and $150 million. With both sugar and dry bean processing plants in Greeley and Fort Morgan, production is centered in northeast Colorado counties. Many growers in this area grow both sugar beets and dry beans in rotation, which may accentuate problems with soil-borne pathogens that attack both crops.
UW Cooperative Extension Service Mr. Stephen Schafer; 4H/Youth Specialist Livestock, Equine, Poultry, and Rabbit Prog State 4-H Office, Wyoming Coop Ext Service http://www.fiberpipe.net/~sherfair/pdfs/anscinews-july-02.pdf