Kansas farm income is one of the hardest hit in the nation. That’s according to David Widmar’s syndicated Agriculture Economic Insight.
“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.
Monte Selby lyrics to Laura Mae:
“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.
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.
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.
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).
“Weather can change in the blink of an eye.” Forecasts had been fairly consistent for several days from one predictor to the next.