The Natural Horseman – Carolyn

September 24, 2015 0

By Steve Stevens  I entered the round pen with ease and care. Amanda was sitting outside watching, supporting as she has done so many times before, my rock. Our clients and friends surrounded the back […]

Down to the wire

September 22, 2015 0

By Krista Lucas It is crunch time for many cowboys and cowgirls on the rodeo road. This time of year always finds professional rodeo competitors trying to win every dollar up for grabs. With the regular season ending […]

Ranching Down Under – Cattle prices

September 21, 2015 0

By Samantha Hall In 1788 the First Fleet arrived in Sydney Cove, Australia. Along with the convicts, on board that ship there were four cows and two bulls. Fast forward to 2015, and Australia now has a cattle herd of 27 […]

Advancing ag through apps

September 18, 2015 0

By Jessica Crabtreee As technology advances, there is no surprise it shows up in agriculture. Actually, it makes sense. With large crops, herds, mouths to feed, weather change, drought, etc. it would make sense that technology would strive to make the […]

El Nino to return in October

September 17, 2015 0

By Rayford Pullen The word from those in the know is that the El Nino should return in October. Now if you’re anything like me, I have not been able to keep the El’s straight, or whether the El […]

The Natural Horseman – First ride

September 16, 2015 0

By Steve Stevens I made my way from Albuquerque up Highway 550 north through the Jimez Indian Reservation, then through the Zia Reservation… on my way to a colt starting competition in Durango, Colorado. The […]


September 15, 2015 0

For 10 years, I’ve been a certified scuba diver. While I can’t claim that I’ve been to all sorts of exotic, international locales to explore underwater haunts, the activity is intriguing, nonetheless, and I’ve dived extensively in freshwater locations around the […]

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