• Equine

    Equine Sarcoids

    By Garrett Metcalf, DVM Sarcoids are the most common cutaneous skin tumor of horses that come in various forms with varying degrees of virulence. Sarcoids are small gray to cherry red tissue that appears similar [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    A Living Legacy

    Longhorns made an indelible imprint on the 19th-century Western landscape. Between 1866 and 1890, more than 10 million cattle were driven on the Chisholm and other trails out of Texas.  In his classic 1941 book [...]
  • Attractions

    Oklahoma Facts & Trivia

    Impress your friends with these 40 interesting tidbits of Oklahoma trivia. The first capital of Oklahoma was in Guthrie, but was moved later to Oklahoma City following a vote of the people.Turner Falls Park in [...]
  • Country Lifestyle

    The Journey Continues for the Iron Cowboy

    By Ddee Haynes In October of 2017, I wrote an article on Hagen Nielsen. Hagen at the time was five-years-old. Let me take you back to the day I first met this little blond-haired, blue-eyed [...]
  • Outdoors

    Re-envisioning the Home Landscape

    By Kevin Mink Imagine this scenario. A homeowner decides to create a pollinator garden in their front yard. After removing the monoculture of Bermuda grass, the yard is filled with an array of native flowering [...]
  • Equine

    Flexural Limb Deformities in Horses

    By Garrett Metcalf, DVM Almost every horse person has heard of contracted tendons in a horse, but flexural limb deformities (FLD) are a little more complicated than just tight tendons. There are different locations or [...]
  • Country Lifestyle

    Family Fun, Close to Home

    By Lanna Mills Are you looking for somewhere fun for the entire family without having to travel long distances? If so, I urge you to visit the Medicine Park and Wichita Mountain area. There is [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Anthrax at the Farm Level

    Barry Whitworth, DVM Area Food/Animal Quality and Health Specialist for Eastern Oklahoma  Recently, several areas of Oklahoma have experienced record flooding.  On rare occasions in Oklahoma, the disease anthrax has been associated with abnormally wet [...]
  • Equine

    The Unstoppable Kylie Myers

    2020 Miss Rodeo Oklahoma Lady in Waiting It started with the revival of a long ago dream, and culminated with a crown. On June 8, 2019, Kylie Myers was crowned as the 2020 Miss Rodeo [...]
  • Outdoors

    Try Cats for Summertime Fun

    By Michael Newell             Let’s paint the scene. A barefoot, no shirt, boy laying on a creek bank with a cane pole and length of line dangling in the dirty water. Something strait out of [...]
  • Country Lifestyle

    Lemon Lover’s Trifle

    By Lacey Newlin 12 servings Time: 4.5 hours Ingredients 1 Lemon Lovers Pound Cake cut into 1-inch cubes 1/2 cup granulated sugar1/2 cup fresh lemon juice1 2.7 oz box Dream Whip3 cup very cold whole milk divided2 3.4 oz boxes instant lemon pudding mix16 oz frozen whipped topping OR 4 cups [...]
  • Equine

    Rules for Rodeo Wives

    By Summer McMillen If you’ve missed the sign that I carry around my neck that says “I’m a rodeo wife” then allow me to reintroduce myself… I am Summer, ranch wife extraordinaire and rodeo wife [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    An Interesting Year for the Oklahoma Climate

    By Everett Brazil III The Southern Great Plains has seen a cool, wet spring, driven by El Nino conditions that led to record rainfall in May and hampering wheat harvest and crop planting. While the [...]
  • Attractions

    Stand Watie

    By Judy Wade             Stand Watie was the only Native American to be commissioned a Confederate Brigadier General during the Civil War. His name became greatly feared by union sympathizers.             Born in Oothcaloga, Cherokee [...]
  • Equine

    Keeping the Legend Alive

    For rodeo fans, there are names that bring instant recognition. Hearing Trevor Brazile, Tuf Cooper, or Junior Nogueira promptly recalls fast loops and incredible accuracy. There is no doubt that today’s stars have revolutionized the [...]
  • Attractions

    Visit Elk City

    By Lanna Mills             Head to the western part of the state to the town of Elk City. It is right along Interstate 40 and Route 66. The town is just big enough to offer [...]
  • Country Lifestyle

    Physicist, Priest, Vintner

    The Reverend Bob Wickizer Forty-three years ago, in France, a stunning and unfathomable event that came to be known as the Judgment of Paris revolutionized the wine industry.  At the time, France was clearly the [...]

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Country Lifestyle

The Journey Continues for the Iron Cowboy

August 28, 2019 0
By Ddee Haynes In October of 2017, I wrote an article on Hagen Nielsen. Hagen at the time was five-years-old. Let me take you back to the day I first met this little blond-haired, blue-eyed […]
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Upcoming Events

Sep
17
Tue
all-day Demonstrating Pecan Orchard Floo... @ Noble Research Institute McMillan Road
Demonstrating Pecan Orchard Floo... @ Noble Research Institute McMillan Road
Sep 17 all-day
Noble Research Institute McMillan Road. 14797 McMillan Road, Madill, OK 73446. Before harvesting a pecan crop, it is essential that you properly prepare the orchard floor to maximize harvest efficiency. Join us to see the [...]
Sep
18
Wed
9:00 am SOLA SALE @ Sola Livestock Market
SOLA SALE @ Sola Livestock Market
Sep 18 @ 9:00 am
Come on out every Wednesday at 9 a.m., where we will be selling calves, yearlings, bulls, pairs and cows. For additional information, visit www.solallc.com or call 580-436-5033.
Sep
21
Sat
all-day Ft. Reno Historic Spirit Tour @ Historic Fort Reno
Ft. Reno Historic Spirit Tour @ Historic Fort Reno
Sep 21 all-day
Historic Fort Reno. 7107 W Cheyenne St., El Reno, OK 73036. Come along on an exciting and spooky ghost tour at El Reno’s historic Spirit Tour. The Spirit Tour includes plenty of ghost stories and [...]
Sep
25
Wed
9:00 am SOLA SALE @ Sola Livestock Market
SOLA SALE @ Sola Livestock Market
Sep 25 @ 9:00 am
Come on out every Wednesday at 9 a.m., where we will be selling calves, yearlings, bulls, pairs and cows. For additional information, visit www.solallc.com or call 580-436-5033.
Sep
27
Fri
all-day Apache Stampede PRCA Rodeo @ Bub & Nancy Tate Arena
Apache Stampede PRCA Rodeo @ Bub & Nancy Tate Arena
Sep 27 – Sep 29 all-day
Bub & Nancy Tate Arena. Apache, OK. The Apache Stampede Rodeo is a PRCA sanctioned rodeo held in the Bub and Nancy Tate Arena. Slack and steer roping are held on Friday night Sept. 27 [...]
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