Agriculture is a prominent industry in the greater Cheyenne area and they are being celebrated for their incredible contributions to the business community.
“The cattle industry is the largest component of Wyoming agriculture accounting for over half of all cash receipts. Cattle also led the way in 2014 in terms of value of production at $937 million. All livestock production was valued at $1 billion.” according to Wyoming Agriculture Statistics 2015.
Therefore, the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce is proud to celebrate the cowboys of our Southeast, Wyoming country. The Pardners N’ Prosperity Luncheon presented by CenturyLink is on Friday, July 14th, 2017 at 11:30 a.m. in the Cheyenne Depot Plaza. All are welcome to attend REGISTER HERE
Celebrate agriculture and become a more informed community member!
Check out more features about local ranchers in Laramie County below.
|Traditions Never Get Old
Warren Livestock Company was founded by Francis E. Warren who the military base is named after. They started the ranch with an emphasis on Sheep, Cattle and even horses. Doug and Susan Samuelson purchased the ranch and has focused on keeping the…
|Growing Our Economy
Photo taken by Haley Lockwood.The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce is one of the oldest organizations representing the interests of business in the Wyoming. It originated from groups like the Wyoming Stock Growers Association because the…
|Youth: Are more than our future?
Grace Steenbergen is featured in the photo taken by Sharon Fain.Future generations in agriculture leads to more than just being the next in-line. According to recent studies done by the WB Agriculture, agriculture programs for is up to four times …
|Agriculture Leads Innovation
Kendall Eisele Roberts has a partnership in the ranch and is the office manager, bookkeeper and operator.”The last few weeks I had the pleasure of going on what I consider an adventure.” shared Vice President of the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of…