Equine Eye Injuries

November 10, 2018 0
By Garrett Metcalf, DVM The eyes of a horse are one of its most attractive features, and, for obvious reasons, a very important organ to protect. Horses are known to be prone to ocular diseases, […]

It All Started with a Horse

November 8, 2018 0
By Corsi Martin  Explaining the sport of cutting to outsiders can be quite complicated at times. How do you explain poetry in motion when it comes in the form of keeping a single cow from […]

Barrel Racing in Ardmore

November 4, 2018 0
By Krista Lucas Ardmore, Okla., was the place to be September 26 through 30 for barrel racers and fans alike. The Ardmore Barrel Futurity at the Hardy Murphy Coliseum was a weekend full of some […]

The Garden Guy – The Chinese Pistache Tree

November 2, 2018 0
By Norman Winter The flaming fall foliage of the Chinese pistache trees stands as visual testaments that they are indeed champions of color. The fiery oranges, reds and yellows scream as if to say, “Look […]

Ag Elsewhere : Montana

October 28, 2018 0
By Jean Stimpson  Montana rancher Jean Stimpson and her husband Byron traded the Crow Tribe a beef to butcher for a feast, and in return received this buffalo to slaughter. Getting her as a calf, […]

The Delight of Small Game

October 26, 2018 0
By Russell A. Graves Gripping the gun and slipping from my truck to the edge of the tangled underbrush was as close as I could come to time travel. My nephew at my side, we […]

Meanwhile back at the ranch…

October 26, 2018 0
By Rayford Pullen Our first frost of the year usually arrives in mid-November, which means forage quality will be dropping soon. How soon is soon? Around our place we figure we need to begin protein […]
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