Wyoming Farm Bureau identifies trespassing, transportation among issues for the next year


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SHERIDAN, Wyoming — The Wyoming Farm Bureau has adopted policies on a number of issues, including trespassing on private property and transportation.

The policies were adopted at the 95th annual meeting of the organization last week in Sheridan.

The Farm Bureau will take it policy concerns to the legislative session early next year.

Farm Bureau members approved a policy calling for any information collected by a party while trespassing on private property to be expunged and not used in any manner with the exception of being used for trespasser prosecution.

On transportation, the organization supports an agricultural exemption to Commercial Driver's Licenses requirements for non-commercial vehicles transporting agricultural equipment and products.

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