“Do cowboys supplement horses with bran mash to improve winter performance?”
During the cold, dreary days of winter, a common discussion is whether or not horse owners should provide their horses with a bran mash daily, weekly or at all, according to Dr. Tom Lenz, renowned equine veterinarian. Continue reading →
“Cowboys always used to shoot their horses when a leg was broken.”
That’s morbidly, sadly true. Continue reading →
The Christmas spirit expands even more than imaginable with nearly 150 unique trees of the season being exhibited.
“We’re really proud of the large display of beautiful Christmas trees at the Territorial Capital Museum in Lecompton,” exclaimed Paul Bahnmaier, president of the Lecompton Historical Society. Continue reading →
Winter brings difficulties to horse owners, but it also brings its own set of challenges to horses with osteoarthritis, veterinarians have informed.
Colloquially known as “bone spavin,” or “OA,” degenerative joint disease or osteoarthritis is a common cause of lameness or poor performance in horses from all disciplines, they said. Continue reading →
“Many people really just don’t want to work.”
Unemployment figures are tabulated regularly, often reporting decline in people with jobs. Continue reading →
“We just penned this group of cows to work. I’ll have to call you back tonight.”
Work always comes first for a working cowboy. That’s his job, his profession, and when you’re in charge of 1,100 momma cows, nothing comes before the heavy workload. Continue reading →
Christmas is in the air all around and no more than at Burlingame, Kansas.
“The Chamber of Commerce and all of the community have again gone all out for our 28th annual Burlingame Country Christmas celebration titled the Christmas on the Trail, Saturday, Dec. 2,” according to Mark Hecht, Burlingame businessman and Chamber of Commerce official. Continue reading →
“Everybody has their hand out asking for a hand out.”
That’s not true, but when ‘tis the season of giving, more than ever come solicitations for good doing. Continue reading →