Frank J. Buchman

Cowboy • Horseman • Writer

Jubilee Rodeo Attracts World-Renowned Entertainment To Strong City

Flint Hills were made for cattle. Cowboys on horseback are the caretakers. Rodeo is their sport. E.C. “Emmett” Roberts was a cowboy whose children inherited his naturally instinctive abilities with horses and cattle. Riding bucking horses and bulls became as much or more fun than roping a wild Brahma cow or bulldogging a rank Longhorn […]

Charge Must Have Power For Control

That hotwire doesn’t always work. Yet, whenever we accidently touch it, there always seems to be a charge. Still, our experience with electric fence to control livestock has not been all that positive; no pun intended.

Plenty Of Heritage As Burlingame Saddle Club Plans 42nd Annual Santa Fe Trail Rodeo

Lots of saddles clubs and rodeos have come and gone. For more than four decades, the Burlingame Saddle Club has been going strong, hosting a rodeo every year, and activity continues with enthusiasm like day one. “It’ll be the 42nd annual Santa Fe Trail Rodeo this weekend, Friday and Saturday evenings, at our original grounds […]