Advice for farmers and livestock producers to increase profitability is set in four locations.
“The 580 WIBW Farm Profit Seminars are planned during February and March with all agriculture producers invited,” announced Greg Akagi. Continue reading →
A combination of better understanding management with innovative nutrients and supplementations old and young horses’ lives can be improved.
Dr. Fred Gardner had the auditorium of horse enthusiasts all ears in his entertaining educational presentation substantiating that statement. Continue reading →
“What time is it? What day is it? What month is it?”
Those are very serious questions when one doesn’t know the answer. Continue reading →
“It is possible to teach an independent middle aged horse of leisure a new life for a useful profession.”
That was proven in the first of a handful of horsemanship presentations by Scott Daily at the Topeka Farm Show. Continue reading →
“I’m planning to live forever.”
The neighbor dairyman made that statement years ago when helping with a project getting ready for the annual field day. Continue reading →
There’ll be cowboy music and poetry, all kinds of sound horse advice and a delicious cowboy supper to enjoy too.
“Everybody interested in horses is invited to the Winter Equine Meeting Thursday evening, January 9th, at Garnett,” welcomed Ernie Rodina. Continue reading →
“Mommas are the most important person in the entire universe.”
No debate about the comment, other than recognizing The Almighty God who created everything. Continue reading →