Auction officials met recently with Missouri’s Fourth Congressional District Representative discussing small business issues and the National Auctioneers Association (NAA).
Jason Winter, Harrisonville, Missouri, NAA president, and David Webb, Stilwell, Webb & Associates, visited Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler in Washington, D.C. Continue reading →
“There’ll be practical information to help producers make decisions in today’s dynamic beef industry.”
That’s the promise of Dale Blasi for those attending the KSU Beef Stocker Field Day. Continue reading →
Certain horses have earned a home for their lifetime.
Despite getting old unable to earn their keep today, a horse who’s gone above and beyond deserves special elderly care. Continue reading →
The Blackjack Saddle Club has a points show scheduled Sunday, Sept. 15, 9 o’clock, at Wells Arena in Cico Park, Manhattan.
Albert De La Garza, club president, said all Blackjack Saddle Club shows are open to the public. However, club members’ points are tabulated for yearend awards, with memberships available for purchase. Continue reading →
“Oh we try to rope ten to a dozen head every night if the weather’s favorable.
“The more you rope the better you get. I always enjoy roping and want to do it to the best of my ability.” Continue reading →
A farmer and construction equipment operator must be able to get up in the tractor seat.
Charlie Loiseau of Frankfort, Kansas, was having a hard time getting his work done. Continue reading →
“Watch the best try to beat the best; try it personally; enjoy the young ones giving it their all.”
A complex statement but accurate analysis of action set for Saturday night, Sept. 14, at Garnett Continue reading →
The Blackjack Saddle Club has a points show scheduled Sunday, Sept. 8, 9 o’clock, at Wells Arena in Cico Park, Manhattan.
According to Albert De La Garza, club president, there have been two postponements of the Blackjack Saddle Club August show. It will tentatively be rescheduled in September as well, although no date has been set as of yet. Continue reading →
“I’m actually breezing a horse now. I’ll be back to the barn before long and call you then.”
It was 7:20 Thursday morning, Alex Birzer answered his cellphone from the back of a running Thoroughbred at Remington Park. Continue reading →
“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 →