From the desk of Frank J. Buchman:
Horses Came To American West By Early 1600s
“The horse is symbolic of the American West.” But when and how domesticated horses first reached the region has long been a matter of historical
Late Model And New Applicators More Available This Year
Typically, year-old applicators would be in short supply compared to those two to five years old. But the marketplace is inverted these days for two
Farm Interest Rate Increases To Continue
Financial outlook for many farmers is favorable, thanks to high commodity prices, but higher interest rates are an ongoing concern.
Cows Give Motherly Love
Mothering instinct of cows is important to profitability in the cattle business. That point has always been known and previously been elaborated. Reminder about significance
Besides Cowboys And Cattle, Dodge City Once Had Its Own Pet Bear
Early days Dodge City, Kansas, was best known for cattle drives, but also for its very own bear named Paddy. The black bear was captured
Best Remuda Award Honors Ranch For Producing Working Quarter Horses
Creek Plantation, Martin, South Carolina, will receive the Best Remuda Award from the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA).