“Let’s get these kids off the couch and outdoors.”
That’s Bruce Burenheide, longtime serving in management at Bluestem Farm & Ranch Supply of Emporia. Continue reading →
Grass is again green, ponds are nearly full once more, and days have cooled off.
It’s time to enjoy the world renowned native prairie of Kansas. Continue reading →
“Thank you Sir.” That always naturally congenial acknowledgement is ample verification of a young cowboy’s future successes.
Eager to talk about horses, riding and showing, most polite Ransom Tiffany, just 11-years-old, already has highly notable horseback achievements. Continue reading →
“It’s a whole lot easier to speed them up than slow one down.”
Real cowboys have insisted that forever about horses seeming lazy until they learn to move out. Continue reading →
Fifth point show of the year for the Blackjack Saddle Club is scheduled Sunday, Sept. 2, 9 o’clock, at Cico Park Wells Arena in Manhattan, according to Justine Staten, club president.
While all shows are open to the public, club members’ points are tabulated for yearend awards. Continue reading →
“The rain must have brought out the ’possums.”
That’s sure the way it seemed after catching another cat food stealer in the live trap. Continue reading →
Serving and helping whoever needs assistance whatever it is, she’s there offering support and guidance.
“I’ve always wanted to help who I can. If somebody is struggling, I try to build them up increase their confidence.” Continue reading →
Highlight of the 32nd annual Flint Hills Beef Fest at Emporia was recognition of top entries in the grass futurity and live stocker show competitions.
With all of the additional features of the weekend celebration, festivities still highlight the grass cattle industry for which grazing in the Flint Hills is known, according to Scott Jones, president of the 2018 Flint Hills Beef Fest. Continue reading →