By Jennifer M. Latzke
I chuckle when people back home complain about wind.
Bless their hearts.
I live in Dodge City, Kansas. A city the National Climatic Data Center crowned as the nation’s third windies [Read More]
I once posed this question to a group of farmers: “If you were dumped in downtown Dallas in your underwear, what would happen to you?” A few told me that my question was inappropriate. I told them I didn’t create the mental [Read More]
By Trent Loos
How many people living today are willing to die for a cause? We used to call it “riding for the brand,” and it is still alive and well today. Grant Gerber, a true patriot from Elko, Nevada, just proved that.
Gerb [Read More]
I am being intentional about the title of this column and would like to conclude with why I am using the words “health care” in contrast with the more contemporary “healthcare.” I would like to touch first some considerations relating to the Affordable Care [Read More]
By Kylene Scott
Farmers and ranchers face challenges nearly every day. The Environmental Protection Agency has thrown in another wrench for them to deal with: the Waters of the United States.
EPA and the[Read More]
By Jerry Nine
(Oct. 29)—This morning I took my 14-year-old son with four calves he had just bought to a stocker weigh-in program. Early this morning I thought I really don’t have time, as I need to be sorting cattle at the sale I was get[Read More]
By Seymour Klierly
Midterm elections typically have a lower vote tally for both political parties than a presidential campaign year, so instead of trying to engage new voters, the 2014 election has been largely about turning out their base.[Read More]
By Ray Ridlen
Every season has beauty—a drive through the countryside reveals natural changes in the landscape. Oaks, elms, maples and sumac all blend together to create a fall bouquet. Trees provide s[Read More]