Pages of time will be turned back more than a century-and-a-half when Buffalo Soldier re-enactors come to Salina.
The Nicodemus Buffalo Soldiers Association will be among featured educational entertainment during the Equifest of Kansas, March 5-6-7. Continue reading →
“Horses still work best for modern day logging crews.”
While sophisticated technology and elaborately designed machines seem to dominate progressive industry today, that’s not always true. Continue reading →
“No foot, no horse” takes special meaning to every horse owner while horse soundness is the business of farriers.
“Shoeing horses is a lot more than ‘just nailing a steel shoe on’ a hoof,” according to Max Andersen, Certified Journeyman Farrier of Manhattan. Continue reading →
“Bundles of big round hay bale plastic net wrap are up and down the highway and country roads.”
Not a day goes by that somewhere there isn’t big bale net wrap which has blown off a stockman’s pickup. Continue reading →
“You have breast cancer.”
Nothing is more alarming, frightening, depressing and discouraging than such prognosis from a doctor. Continue reading →
Trigger won’t be there, but Roy Rogers has come back to life for the Equifest of Kansas.
That’s not a true statement, and even more sadly many of those attending have no idea who Trigger and Roy are. Continue reading →
“That heifer has no maternal instinct, no common sense whatsoever.”
The herdsman made similar comments numerous times during recent calving situations. Continue reading →
“Faster than a blink of the eye and this cowgirl is a champion.”
Hannah Hughes proved she is the best of the best in the American Cowboys Rodeo Association (ACRA). Continue reading →
Growing up with a rope in hand sets the life for a champion cowboy.
“I’ve been competing in rodeos nearly all of my life and rope every day to continue getting better.” Continue reading →
“Everything gets tested when temperatures stay below freezing for more than a week.”
Most all in production agriculture and many urbanites as well have found that to become hauntingly true in recent days. Continue reading →