This week the Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation is hosting close to 70 farmers from across the state at its annual legislative meeting.
The two day event is an opportunity for farmers to meet and hear from legislators.
On Monday they heard from Senator Mike Enzi. Outside of farming, KGWN asked him about the looming sequester and its massive spending cuts which could kick in March 1st.
The Senator doesn't think lawmakers in Washington D.C. will reach an agreement before then. He says the cuts would have a big impact on Wyoming. "It's going to be cuts across the board so everything in government is going to be cut back to the 2008 levels."
The sequester deadline is still over a week away. Here and now, the issue at hand is farming.
On Tuesday Senator John Barrasso and Representative Cynthia Lummis will speak at the Farm Bureau meeting. Governor Matt Mead is also expected to make an appearance.