Anaplasmosis

June 29, 2016 0
By Barry Whitworth Recently, Kansas State University held a symposium on anaplasmosis to talk about the disease. The summer of 2015 was a bad year for anaplasmosis in Kansas. According to Ram Raghavan, Ph.D. professor […]

History of the Horseshoe Part 1

June 28, 2016 0
By Laci Jones If it were not for the horseshoe and wagon wheel, the United States would not have been founded, according to Lee Liles. The owner of the National Museum of Horse Shoeing Tools […]

Camp of Champions

June 27, 2016 0
By Ddee Haynes By the time you read this, the three rodeo arenas will be empty, the bunk house neat and tidy, all the stalls cleaned and the only thing you will hear is the […]

Grazing Oklahoma – Giant Ragweed

June 24, 2016 0
By Josh Gaskamp Characteristics: Giant ragweed is an annual, warm-season forb native to North Ameeaches six feet. Thick green stems are covered with stiff white hairs, which make them very coarse to touch. Leaves can […]

July 2016 Profile – Sissy Smith King

June 22, 2016 0
Cowgirl Tough By Laci Jones She is not as “gutsy” as she used to be, but this 73-year-old can keep up with the best of them. Sissy Smith King’s confidence radiates as she climbed on […]

Feeding America

June 21, 2016 0
By Ralph Chain At Chain Ranch, we have really been busy in April and May. I do not think people realize where all their food comes from. I think it should be required that all […]

Lacey’s Pantry – June 2016

June 20, 2016 0
By Lacey Newlin Makes: 8 half pint jars Serves: 70 Ingredients 3 1/2 cups finely chopped apricots 1/3 cup bottled lemon juice 5 3/4 cups sugar 1 pouch pectin Directions Sterilize your canning jars by […]

Small Farm, Big History

June 17, 2016 0
By Laci Jones Tucked away in Red Oak, Okla., lies a 75-year-old farm. The farm is 30 acres, but the history has stayed alive through Sam Ingle and his wife, Janet. The land originally belonged […]
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