Objective is for the bull to buck the best of any in the draw. Yet that big male bovine must be just barely rideable by the very best cowboy to win a healthy paycheck.
Goal has been met to extent as production from Flint Hills Genetics at Strong City is among those most elite. Continue reading →
“You need to do a story about Bill’s cowherd; he has a 104 percent calf crop this year.”
Nearly 40 years ago another horse breeder friend stopped by and commented about his Chase County neighbor rancher’s cattle operation. Continue reading →
Answers to agriculture questions for developing plans to improve record book margins are on tap for Emporia.
“The second in this year’s series of Farm Profit Seminars is scheduled for Wednesday evening, February 19th,” announced Greg Akagi. Continue reading →
It’s the place to be whether inside, outside, touching, smelling, looking at in life or pictures, riding, driving, whatever.
If there’s the slightest affection for horses, the Equifest of Kansas will make hearts pump with excitement for everyone. Continue reading →
It’s college rodeo time again in Manhattan.
The 64th annual K-State Rodeo is set Friday through Sunday, February 14-15-16, at Weber Arena on the Kansas State University campus in Manhattan. Continue reading →
“Put him out to pasture when his work is done.”
It’s a common view about old horses and sadly sometimes similar opinion of retirement age people. Continue reading →