Prominent Council Grove Man Don Peterson Reflects Earlier Years In Rural Morris County And Farm Life
There’s a lifetime farm story in that gentleman with a cowboy hat and contagious smile seen every day around town. Don Peterson is a familiar face in Council Grove these days although most folks have no clue to his upbringing.
There’s a lifetime farm story in that gentleman with a cowboy hat and contagious smile frequently seen throughout the Midwest. Don Peterson is a familiar face to many although they have no clue to his Morris County, Kansas, farm upbringing.
Advice for care and handling of horses highlights an upcoming special presentation. “Everybody interested in horses is invited to the Winter Equine Meeting Thursday evening, January 9th, at Garnett,” welcomed Ernie Rodina.
“The Kansas Horse Council provides the state’s equine industry with leadership and direction through education, promotion, and public policy advocacy.” Reminder of such important mission was presented to open and verified throughout that group’s recent annual meeting in Manhattan.
The 2020 Topeka Farm Show is a 31st anniversary event. It’s January 7-8-9, at the Stormont Vail Events Center in Topeka, announced Brock Nelson from Tradexpos, show coordinator, Austin, Minnesota.
“You can’t send pictures from a cellphone to a computer.” Two grizzly-type young bucks seated behind tables with screwdrivers strewn around cellphones declared.
It’ll be a real cowboy’s New Year’s Eve Party second to none. “That’s the PRCA New Year’s Eve Xtreme Bulls Tuesday evening, December 31, in Topeka,” announced Judd Mortenson, event coordinator promoter.
It’s a livestock auctioneering career likely qualifying for the Guinness Book of World Records. When Col. Verlin Green dropped the gavel July 24th, it was culminating climax of 57 years serving the auction block.