Behind the Alley with Amber Manley

July 16, 2018 0
By Krista Lucas If you follow barrel racing and other equine events, you may have noticed a bright-eyed, cheery blonde behind the scenes. “Behind The Alley” is one of western industry’s newest brands to showcase […]

New World Screwworm

July 14, 2018 0
By Barry Whitworth, DVM In October 2016 the United States Department of Agriculture confirmed the presence of screwworms in the Florida Keys. The initial case was found in a Key deer. In January 2017 the […]

Sydney Bottoms

July 12, 2018 0
Vintage Cowgirl By Ddee Haynes If you happen to see a 1972 Cadillac Deville with bull horns being driven by a beautiful girl with long brown hair, a $1 million smile, sparkling eyes with a […]

OACD Leadership Class

July 11, 2018 0
By Chris Cox Social movements are a lot like agricultural operations. An idea, much like a seed, has to be nurtured, cultivated and grown into something that people can believe in and grasp. Movements, again […]

Regenerative Medicine in the Horse

July 10, 2018 0
By Lauren Lamb, DVM The horse’s body is composed of cells for every function. One of these functions is to repair injured tissue. These cells can be collected, concentrated/cultured and injected into injured tissue or […]

Life of a Ranch Wife

July 8, 2018 0
By Lanna Mills Imagine for a moment that everything you know, everything you have worked for, your livelihood, your home, your cattle or your crops are all gone. This is something that we do not […]

Where the Paved Road Ends: Hello, Sunshine

July 7, 2018 0
By Beth Watkins Some things just seem so routine in life like filling out paperwork when visiting a new doctor or participating in a survey. We are asked the same old questions: name, address, occupation, […]

101 Ranch

July 4, 2018 0
The Final Days By Laci Jones The 101 Ranch was a great success for several decades under first, G.W. Miller, then his three sons — Joe Miller, George Miller and Zack Miller. As all good […]

July 2018 Profile: John Gosney

July 2, 2018 0
Unconventional Farmer By Laci Jones When John Gosney made the transition to becoming a certified organic farmer in the mid- ‘90s, the owner of John’s Farm in Fairview, Okla., did not receive much support. “The […]
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