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    Farewell to Buster Welch

    By Judy Wade The world of cutting horses lost a legend when Buster Welch passed away Sunday, June 12 in Abilene. He was 94. Welch was one of 10 men who conceived the National Cutting [...]
  • Equine

    Cowboy Coy

    By Krista Lucas Wynn These days, it can be hard to find wholesome television shows that can interest a broad range of viewers and be appropriate for all ages at the same time. Enter The [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Ag Elsewhere: Wyoming

    By Tressa Lawrence Although it is early and many producers are still getting their own hay off of their fields, those on the hunt for affordable hay are appearing to not have much luck. Spring [...]
  • Outdoor

    Grazing North Texas

    By Tony Dean | tonydean.tx1@gmail.com There are all kinds of plants out there on the range. Many of them are good grazing for livestock, but some are not that good. We need to know the [...]
  • Country Lifestyles

    Jesses Jewelz

    By Jesse Kader The struggle is real with the heat rising and trying to stay cool and still look cute. The No Riders tank is a perfect option with the fun graphics and bright colors. [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Freedom an’ Whisky

    By Nikolyn Williams I usually spend most of my summers down here in the canyons picking wild plums and making jelly. Due to this pain in the rear drought we are having, grass is short, [...]
  • Equine

    Equine Ocular Disease Part 1: Corneal Ulcers

    By Dr. Garrett Metcalf, DVM Corneal injuries in horses are a very common occurrence and account for many visits to veterinary practices. These injuries should be taken very seriously because corneal ulcers can get out [...]
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    Ag Elsewhere: Montana

    By Lindsey Monk Everyone is getting their hay wrapped up and it’ll be time for fall works.
  • Country Lifestyles

    Front Porch Perspective

    By Ann Asher I admit it. I’m guilty. It starts on Sunday evening when the weekend is winding down, and the realization that the work week is looming. I start to ponder and fret about [...]
  • Outdoor

    Confessions of a Hunter

    By Andy Anderson I walk into a local café, the small-town type where the tables don’t match, the history of the area covers the walls from floor to ceiling and the smells of fresh hot [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Land Market Report

    By Jared Groce Many folks, including myself, had predicted last year that the increase in land pricing would likely continue in 2022 barring a catastrophic event. Well, that event is here and is called inflation.What [...]
  • Country Lifestyles

    Professional Trick Rider Ginger Duke

    Power. Grace. Fearlessness. Strength. Those are just a few of the words that come to mind when watching the death-defying stunts performed by trick riders and their equine partners. Ginger Duke, lead performer for “The [...]
  • Outdoor

    Parting Shot: Back at it again….

    By Jelly Cocanougher Summer is heating up and it’s time for Texans to venture off into the northern territory to escape the humid temperatures creeping in. It’s mountain weather time, where one can take a [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Histomoniasis (Blackhead)

    By Barry Whitworth, DVMA question sometimes asked by backyard poultry enthusiasts is, “Can turkeys and chickens be raised in the same area?” A simple answer is that many backyard poultry producers do; however, many poultry [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Ag Elsewhere: Wyoming

    By Tressa Lawrence Ranchers across northeast Wyoming have taken to grazing hay meadows as part of their high-intensity grazing practices. Moving electric fences around the meadows allows the livestock to graze one small portion of [...]

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