Twelve-Year-Old Cowgirl Sets Sights Well Beyond Runner-Up Rodeo Rookie Award

Cowboys better watch out.

This 12-year-old cowgirl is nothing to be taken lightly as she backs into the roping box.

Well, every cowboy or cowgirl of any age or level of rodeo competition has learned they must take heed whenever the name Caxton Martin shows up on the entry list.

Without exception, if the Alma, Kansas ranch cowgirl is there, it’s with the intent to win, and she’ll certainly do everything within her diverse talented capabilities to make that a reality. Continue reading →

Yearend United Rodeo Association Champions Crowned Following 50th Finals Rodeo

It was a time of celebrating, reminiscing and great Western action and entertainment when cowboys and cowgirls from throughout the Midwest came to Topeka recently.

“The 50th yearend finals of the United Rodeo Association drew the stiffest competition ever from nine states and was deemed a huge success from every angle,” verified Muff McGee, association secretary from Yates Center.

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Farmers’ Best Friend Retires His Writings For Nation’s Most Essential Industry

suber picTsuber piche most profound spokesman for farmers has rested his pen.

 That is an understatement. One of the most knowledgeable, straight-forward spokespersons for farm and ranch profitably, land, water and air conservation, livestock rights, and still the proudest American, genuinely concerned for its future, yet with the utmost wisdom, love for family, life and the deepest faith, has stopped writing a weekly column. Continue reading →

Year End United Rodeo Association Champions Crowned Following 50th Finals Rodeo

It was a time of celebrating, reminiscing and great Western action and entertainment when cowboys and cowgirls from throughout the Midwest came to Topeka recently.

“The 50th year end finals of the United Rodeo Association drew the stiffest competition ever from nine states and was deemed a huge success from every angle,” verified Muff McGee, association secretary from Yates Center. Continue reading →