Kansas farm income is one of the hardest hit in the nation.
That’s according to David Widmar’s syndicated Agriculture Economic Insight. Continue reading →
“We sold the farm, but still live here; that was part of the agreement.”
Larry and Elsie MacArthur pride in their lives on the farm southwest of Richmond in Franklin County. Continue reading →
Monte Selby lyrics to Laura Mae:
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“What’s the future for agriculture in the weeks, months and year ahead?”
Educated forecasts answering that forever puzzling question will be highlighted Wednesday evening, Feb. 6, at Alma. Continue reading →
It’s impossible to keep a good cowboy off his horse.
World renowned Quarter Horse breeder, horseman, always first a cowboy Duane Walker is the living proof. Continue reading →
Yearend awards presentations highlighted the recent annual meeting banquet of the Blackjack Saddle Club at Leonardville.
Trophy buckles went to the 2018 highpoint winner and runner-up in each age division for both performance and speed events. Points were accumulated at Blackjack Horse Shows sponsored by the club throughout the past year. Continue reading →
A crowd of nearly 350 rodeo royalty fans gathered for the official Miss Rodeo Kansas Coronation at Abilene.
Certainly, the evening was a most royal affair. Highlight of course was 2018 Miss Rodeo Kansas Mikhayla DeMott formally crowning 2019 Miss Rodeo Kansas Brooke Wallace (MRK ’19). Continue reading →
“Weather can change in the blink of an eye.”
Forecasts had been fairly consistent for several days from one predictor to the next. Continue reading →