More than five decades in the saddle gives a cowboy broad perspective and certainly an opportunity to see ample changes in the profession and industry served.
Couple bounteous generosity and diversity with desire and record of assisting others throughout the Flint Hills, this cowboy received semblance recognition for his honorable lifetime achievements during the recent Flint Hills Rodeo Parade.
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Flint Hills pasture lease rates are higher than they have ever been.
Well, certainly the highest on record, according to the Bluestem Pasture Release – 2013, issued May, 7, 2013, by Kanas Agricultural Statistics at the Kansas Department of Agriculture.
Dale Rodman, secretary of the Kansas Department of Agriculture, said funding has not been available for the past three years to complete the survey of leasing rates for the 14-county Bluestem pasture. Continue reading →
“Red cows and purple shirts; that’s the Mushrush family of Chase County.”
Busy all of the time, this week is their busiest of the year.
“It’s harvest time,” emphasized Joe Mushrush, admitting that might sound “out of season to many.” Continue reading →
A cowboy chef married a cowgirl school teacher.
They have a working cattle ranch, while entertaining, and spreading Kansas’ Flint Hills story.
In brevity, that’s the Flying W Ranch tale. But, it’s much longer. Continue reading →