By Pepper Stewart There are many people who believe in supernatural, paranormal ghosts and spirits. Are you one of those? Have you personally had an experience with something you couldn’t explain? Many religions are based […]
By Dr. Garrett Metcalf, DVM Just about every horse owner has heard of or had to deal with gastric ulcers in a horse. The topic comes up between horse owners and veterinarians almost daily, especially […]
By Krista Lucas Brittany Mayfield has been setting the amateur rodeo world on fire lately, battling for the number one spot in the United Professional Rodeo Association barrel racing standings. Heading into August, Mayfield sat […]
By Barry Whitworth, DVM / Area Food/Animal Quality and Health Specialist for Eastern Oklahoma Actinobacillosis and Actinomycosis, both of which are better known as “woody tongue” and “lumpy jaw” respectively, are two common infections seen […]
By Lindsey Monk Another Big Sky sunset! It’s been really dry up here and the hoppers are eating everything, but life goes on.
By Lindsey Lambert Cattle, corn, wheat, hay and dairy are the prominent commodities of Colorado agriculture, but the Centennial State also has other diverse products such as bison, ostriches and emu, sunflowers, grapes, mushrooms and […]
By Norman Winter | Horticulturist, Author, Speaker This year ‘The Garden Guy’ decided to add some dwarf buddleia into his arsenal of pollinator plants. The idea of three-foot tall or less buddleias or butterfly bushes […]
By Mandi Dietz As the lavender fields in Texas, which bloom from about May to late July, fade, the flowering plant lives on in a multitude of uses. Commercially grown lavender, although fairly new to […]