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Owner/Roaster

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Howdy!

 My name is Angie Caster, I was born and raised a ranchers daughter; now I have a privilege of being a Cowboy's wife. I was raised on our family ranch in Ranchester, WY. I met my Cowboy at Casper College. I am a mom to 3 cute kiddos and I am the proud business owner of WYO Buckin' Beans. I love what I do and it helps that I create a yummy tasting coffee. Small business big hearts! I believe in hard work and the Good Lord. I want to be honest, hardworking, and dependable to our customers. I sure hope you enjoy our Cowboy roasted whole bean coffee and our new Cowboy's Delight whole bean roast. May God Bless!

Here at WYO Buckin' Beans I try to not only offer GREAT tasting coffee, but create a story and carry on the "Cowboy way" Lifestyle. 

I roast about 25 pounds of coffee in a 10 gallon Cast Iron Kettle. My husband built and fabricated our unique Roasting Cart. Our little business adventure started in January 2016. For about 2 1/2 years I took advantage of the Wyoming Food Freedom, which allowed me to stay at home with my kiddos and build a customer base. 

September 2018 we moved our business out of the garage into Sheridan, WY in a facility where we could pass inspection to become a certified commercial roaster. I am excited to see where the Good Lord will take our small business. 

Thank you for your time and your support!

Put a Lil' Buckin' Your Cup

Drink WYO Buckin' Beans!

God Bless!

Angie Caster

General Manager/Sales

 Jodi joined the Wyo Buckin Beans team in December 2020. Born and raised in Washington State in the rural way of life, she grew up raising pigs, working in the orchard, attending every team roping she could, and participating in FFA. After earning a degree in Agriculture Communications from Washington State University in 2005 she married Dave Kenney and they’ve spent the past nearly 16 years traversing the beautiful United States of America as Dave served in the US Army. Along the way they’ve added 4 sweet, squirrelly kids and been blessed to build friendships that feel like family. Upon Dave’s retirement from the Army, they currently reside in the delightful little town of Ranchester, Wyoming. She loves the Lord, strong coffee, spending time with family, hiking, and dark chocolate.  

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