Parting Shot: They Fly Above…

October 31, 2020 0
By Jelly Cocanougher A cold, still rain missed us by a few miles as the tomahawk in the ground parts the storm around us. Circulating in the skies are big doughy clouds. Cool brushes of […]

Pain Management in Cattle

October 29, 2020 0
By Barry Whitworth, DVM / Area Food/Animal Quality and Health Specialist for Eastern Oklahoma Pain is not limited to the human experience. Studies show animals experience pain as well. Procedures such as castration and dehorning […]

This is what your feed tag is telling you

October 27, 2020 0
By Robert Wells, Ph.D., livestock consultant / rswells@noble.org When purchasing feed, it is essential to take time to read the feed tag that, by law, is attached to every bag of feed or mineral sold. […]

Alamosa Round Up Pushes Forward

October 25, 2020 0
By Phillip Kitts The stance rodeo has taken since the outbreak of COVID-19 continues to be one of strength and solidarity. With the impact of COVID-19 early in the 2020 season, the world saw a […]

Good Manners

October 23, 2020 0
By Krista Lucas The horse market has seemed to be doing well in 2020, even with all the ups and downs this year has entailed. Purchasing a horse is easier than ever, with more ways […]

Jesses Jewelz

October 17, 2020 0
By Jesse Kader Happy fall y’all. This season I have you covered for all the Aztec sweaters. If you love a little western flair in your winter wardrobe I definitely have you covered. There are […]

On the Road with Dave Alexander

October 13, 2020 0
One big perk I have enjoyed over the years as a nationally syndicated weekly radio host is that I get a lot of music in the mail for my consideration. To be brutally honest, the […]

When a City Girl Goes Country

October 11, 2020 0
By Annette Bridges I am guessing many of us own some cherished keepsakes that originally belonged to our parents or grandparents. My most treasured gifts are the ones that bloom each year. Every time I […]
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