The Fires Raged On

June 12, 2018 0

By Ddee Haynes It had been more than two months since any moisture fell in western Oklahoma. The winds were fierce for weeks and the lack of moisture caused the grass and forage to become […]

Disaster Prep

June 5, 2018 0

By Barry Whitworth, DVM Chances are that livestock producers at some time or another will be affected by a disaster such as a flood, tornado, drought or wildfire. Whatever the disaster, the challenge of any […]

Ranching in Spring

May 17, 2017 0

By Ralph Chain We cannot believe how busy we have been this spring. It seems like there is no rest what-so-ever if you are farming and ranching. We were lucky to finally get through calving […]

Life of a Ranch Wife

May 12, 2017 0

By Lanna Mills Recently we traveled across the state line into Texas for a ranch rodeo that my husband Gary and some of his cowboy buddies were participating in. This particular event was a benefit […]

May 2017 Profile: Terry Stuart Forst

May 1, 2017 0

By Laci Jones Fire engulfed thousands of acres of land across Colorado, Kansas, Texas and Oklahoma in early March. Ranchers risked everything to try to save their animals as their livelihoods went up in flames. […]

Playing with Fire

March 2, 2016 0

By Laci Jones The smell of fire fills the air. It is that time of year again—prescribed burning. Prescribed burning is a management practice for landowners to safely reduce excess amounts of brush, shrubs and […]