A Lost Art

May 14, 2018 0

The Side Saddle Sisters of Oklahoma By Laci Jones In a time period where modesty among women was at the utmost importance, riding side saddle was common in the 13th to early 20th century. However, […]

Life of a Ranch Wife

May 9, 2018 0

By Lanna Mills The temperatures are rising, the grass is greening up and flowers and trees are blooming. However, this warm weather brings more than just the sweet smell of wild plums blooming and pretty […]

Orphan Lambs

May 8, 2018 0

By Barry Whitworth Sheep producers’ profits depend on many things, but the more lambs that can be marketed, the better the opportunity to make a profit. To increase the number of lambs produced, prolific breeds […]

Backroad Bites: Smokin’ Joe’s

May 4, 2018 0

By Kristi Hawks For the May issue, the backroad bites is in a familiar town in Oklahoma — Davis. I started going to Davis in the early 1980s to visit family and found it a […]

Joint & Physis Infections in Foals

May 2, 2018 0

By Lauren Lamb, DVM During foaling season, owners may notice that a foal is lame and suspect that the foal just got stepped on by the mare. While this could be the cause of the […]

May 2018 Profile: The Youree/Ward Women

May 1, 2018 0

Barrels & Babies By Laci Jones As technology advances and society changes, quality family time is difficult to come by. The Youree/Ward family broke that mold among many others. Every morning, the Youree/Ward clan gather […]

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