“You look at the clock all of the time.”
It was a critical comment, but a true one, too.
For most of our life, we didn’t carry a watch, although we’ve had several. Continue reading →
Beginning the first of the year, cattlemen who regularly use medicated feed for performance enhancement will be limited.
That’s the “meat” of the message from Dr. Michael Apley, professor of clinical sciences at the K-State College of Veterinary Medicine, Manhattan. Continue reading →
Consumer misunderstanding, swayed media reporting, government regulations, low agriculture representation in lawmaking, exports and market fluctuation.
That’s a long list, and each aspect has impact on cattle ranchers’ bottom line. Continue reading →
“Bucking bulls are getting better and better.”
That’s the analysis from one who knows. Continue reading →
What began as a personal love for the sport and the business involved has become a community event.
Kim Reyer had an inborn fondness for rodeos, prodded by the hometown Flint Hills Rodeo at Strong City. His adrenalin flowed when bulls bucked, while inspiring to be a champion cowboy, a winning bull rider. Continue reading →
“Rest and relaxation are over rated.”
Sometimes, it seems there’s nothing better than a long night’s sleep.
That is than a nap after dinner in front of the fan when the sun’s boiling down outside. Continue reading →
It’d be difficult to find a more appropriate locale for rodeo action than right in the heart of cattle country, Greenwood County smack dab in the middle of the world renowned native Bluestem grasslands’ Flint Hills of Kansas.
The Western action is set this weekend in the county seat town of Eureka, and it’s a full slate of entertainment and true style cowboy and cowgirl competition featuring those who live it every day in their cattle country profession. Continue reading →
People are never satisfied, and cowboys often seem to lead the complainers.
“It’s too dry, it’s too wet, it’s too cold, it’s too hot, it’s too windy, it’s too still out….” Continue reading →