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Wyoming ranchers now receive reimbursement

February 27, 1970

Wyoming has a unique law whereby private landowners are reimbursed, supposedly for feed eaten, for antelope harvested on their lands.

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Wyoming ranchers now receive reimbursement
Wyoming has a unique law whereby private landowners are reimbursed, supposedly for feed eaten, for antelope harvested on their lands.

News

Groups issue public lands statement
Many of the nation's foremost conservation groups have joined in a statement of "basic positions" in response to the Public Land Law Review Commission's sweeping study of the national forests, public domain, wildlife refuges, and other public lands.

Perspective

Hunting still good in '70s
The hunting outlook for the 1970s is bright in spite of the crepe-hanging of some forecasters. There will be lean times, but there are good days ahead for the hunters willing to work at it.