Answers to agriculture questions for developing plans to improve record book margins are on tap for Garnett.
“The final in this year’s four-part series of Farm Profit Seminars is scheduled for Wednesday evening March 18th,” announced Greg Akagi. Continue reading →
“The first ride is the most important one.”
Such philosophy is profound among those who’ve worked with young horses. That initial mount is often reflected in later life whether positive or undesirable. Horses are very smart creatures, much more so than most handlers it seems. Continue reading →
“Middle-age prime” is the most accurate simplest way to describe this champion cowboy, a successful businessman foremost.
How he keeps all of his entrepreneurship enterprises straight would be too complex for most, likely requiring the fanciest computer. Continue reading →
Horses can almost make a deaf person hear.
Certainly horses add to life’s pleasures for those lacking or deficient in the sense of hearing. Continue reading →
“Babies having babies require even more extra care.”
Such a comment is not completely factual but strong semblance all concerns considered. Continue reading →
This singing cowboy is the real thing truly living the life of his music and the poetry he recites.
Unlike most silver screen cowboys and television Westerns stars, Del Shields is a working rancher. The Humboldt cowboy singer, songwriter, poet entertains as he lives at his family’s Woodson County ranch. Continue reading →
Answers to agriculture questions for developing plans to improve record book margins are on tap for Holton.
“The third in this year’s series of Farm Profit Seminars is scheduled for Wednesday evening, March 4th,” announced Greg Akagi. Continue reading →
“How’s calving going this winter?”
Those unfamiliar with birthing calves out of stock cows likely don’t understand that question. Continue reading →