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ISSUE DATE: 11/28/2011

Right time, right place

By Kylene Scott

Right time, right place

Horses and people find their way into one another's lives right in the nick of time.

By Kylene Scott

Sometimes horses come into people's lives at the right time; other times the horses find the people they need to be with. For Everett and Rochelle Miller of Scott City, Kan., both cases are true.

Everett Miller grew up on a "dirt farm" near Scott City, and since the beginning has always had horses around. Rochelle, on the other hand, didn't get her first horse until she was 29. The Millers now operate Flying M Ranch where they raise and train quarter horses.


NEWS

40 Kansas counties join Rural Opportunity Zones partnership
Add cash to emergency kit
Agriculture Woman of the Year honored
Delegates voice support for federal farm program
Eating healthy on a budget
Extension specialist receives international honor
Farm Bureau delegates adopt policy roadmap, elect leaders
Farm policy expert offers take on legislation
Get organized for 2011 taxes now
Governor updates drought declaration
Inspection shows Okla. flood control dams survive earthquake
Iowa ag exports top $7 billion
KBA announces fiscal year 2011 outcomes
Managing volatility
Moran recognizes National Rural Health Care Day
South Korea ratifies FTA with U.S.
Veterans to Farmers program provides training

CROPS

Ag groups share GPS interference concerns
Ag SMARTS Program canceled
Biodiesel Board members elect governing board, officers
Biomass energy crops discussion Dec. 6
Book offers insight into water quality perceptions
Corn, wheat performance publications available
Custom harvesters to be chronicled in upcoming movie
Demand strong for U.S. soy abroad
Ethanol workers earn more than other industries
Extension to host Insect And Disease Management School
Extension to host spreadsheet workshops
Farm & Ranch Expo planned in Great Bend
Get the most from grazing corn stalks
Grants awarded for specialty crops
Immature soybeans complicating harvest
Knowledge at Noon to focus on fine jewelry
K-State hosts ag events
K-State scientists provide Bt corn tips
Market shifting focus to 2012 acreage
New Extension AgriLife agent appointed
Okla. ag secretary attends Tri-National Agricultural Accord
Pesticide Applicator trainings to be held
Prairie soil may provide answers to countering climate change
Raising sunflowers as an alternative crop
Saving chocolate from disease
State drought losses now total $1.8B
Sunflower grower meetings set for Dec. 14 and 15
Texas Irrigation Expo set for Dec. 9 and 10
Tight stocks and strong demand continue for corn market

LIVESTOCK

2012 Extreme Mustang Makeover schedule released
Bidding sluggish at Show-Me-Select heifer sale
CHC introduces two new Facebook pages for the industry
Convention panel will analyze tax reform plan
Drew Olsen wins 2011 Supreme Extreme Mustang Makeover
Exports offset low U.S. lamb supply
Feed a horse like a horse
Feeding issues persist for ranchers as temps cool
Free radicals--bad guys meet their match
Gauge cattle nutrition with body condition scores
Gelbvieh breeders, owners select for maternal efficiency
Gold Standards III now available
Help for the cribbing horse
Hereford breeders celebrate 50 years
IPPA names Best Breaded Pork Tenderloin Contest winner
Kan. team places third at World Championship Ranch Rodeo
Kansas producer named Hereford Woman of the Year
KJMGO expanding membership
Korea-U.S. symposium focuses on future beef demand, production
MGM Deuces Night making an impact on ProRodeo
Mustang Magic returns to Fort Worth Stock Show in 2012
NAILE Sale of Champions breaks sales record
New vaccines approved against reproductive disease
NMSU to host sheep shearing school
Opportunity awaits students at Beef Scholarship Extravaganza
Pratt Feeders on target
Preventing equine stomach ulcers
ProRodeo champions crowned for Prairie Circuit
Rabies--Vaccination is the only defense
Range Beef Cow Symposium to feature wide range of topics for producers
Ride for the Mustangs raises $32,777
Right time, right place
Risk management education offered to pork producers
Setting the stage for success in the show ring
Sperry/Reid Horse & Cattle Co takes 2011 NILE Championship Ranch Rodeo Title
Stockgrowers disappointed in GIPSA rule
Taiwan beef promotions bring results
UHC continues Operation Gelding Program, seeks public support
UHC continues to compile list of facilities to accept horses
Use fecal egg counts in parasite management
Using citrus by-products as antimicrobials
Using wheat pasture for pregnant heifers
What do you know about pork?
What to expect when vaccinating horses: Common response or cause for concern?

EDITOR

I'm tired
Remember pennies?
Time to move on highway bill

COLUMNS

Ag committee rushes to board train that is 'off the tracks'
Blood pregnancy test proves accuracy
Case expands precision farming offerings
Just a scoop full
New policy available
New triple axle trailer debuts
Thankful--No bull about it
Thanks living

MARKETS

Aberdeen cattle sales report
Ada livestock auction report
Amarillo livestock sales report
Apache livestock sales report
Arkansas livestock auction summary
Clovis livestock auction report
Colorado feeder cattle auction summary
Cooler temperatures arrived
Cotton harvest in full swing
Dalhart livestock auction report
Denison feeder cattle auction
Dunlap feeder cattle auction report
Ericson livestock sales report
Fall harvest wrapping up
Farmers progress with harvest
Ft. Smith livestock auction report
Georgia cattle auction summary
Grain bids retreat
Grain market close
Hay selling steady
Hay trade moderate
High Plains slaughter news
Joplin regional cattle sales
Lexington livestock auction report
Newell sheep sales report
North Arkansas livestock auction report
Ogallala livestock sales report
Pratt livestock auction report
Salina livestock auction report
San Angelo livestock auction report
Sigourney feeder cattle auction
Some areas get up to 6 inches of rainfall
Sorghum harvest nearly complete
Springfield dairy cattle auction
Superior video auction report
Tama feeder cattle auction report
Texas direct feeder cattle summary
Tulia livestock auction report
Tulsa livestock auction report
West Plains regional cattle sales
Woodward livestock auction report
Wyobraska cattle sales report

RANGE

Land board increases grazing fees for state leases
Winter pasture growers get Thanksgiving gift
Working ranch gets conservation easement

FAMILY

Botanic Garden at OSU seeking garden enthusiasts
Breakfast is most important meal of the day
Bunce would fit a compact lot
Caring for houseplants in winter
Cibola National Forest sells Christmas tree cutting permits
Cold weather drives rodents inside
Colorado Master Farm Homemakers honored
Cranberries are not married to turkey
Create a personal price guide to save on groceries
Deer may be a little thin this year
Even evergreen leaves change color and drop in autumn
Fall best time to prepare for spring planting
Fat is part of a healthy diet
Food safety begins at the grocery store
Good nutrition, learning go hand in hand
Home canning not recommended for some fall foods
Keep food safe for tailgating fun
Kids go on a Food Power Adventure
Landscapes for dogs
Meditation for 11-28-11
New app helps consumers avoid bad leftovers
Refrigerate pumpkin pie
School success requires commitment
Sweet ideas for a homemade holiday
Sweet potatoes are versatile vegetables
Thanksgiving, my favorite holiday
Toys for Tots drive begins
Turkeys have beards? Weird!
USDA: 'Locally grown' food a $4.8 billion business

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