Life of a Ranch Wife

April 6, 2018 0
By Lanna Mills We take many things for granted today, especially things that are so easily accessed now that in the past took great difficulty. You’re thirsty, so you walk a few feet into your […]

Life of a Ranch Wife

January 1, 2018 0
By Lanna Mills Whether it be to keep things out, keep things in, or most often both, fence is a staple for today’s rancher. However, this wasn’t always the case. Fences were few and far […]

Life of a Ranch Wife

November 8, 2017 0
By Lanna Mills Branding is a practice that has been used by cattlemen for hundreds of years. Brands were made famous by the cowboys of the old west, yet hieroglyphic evidence shows that ancient Egyptians […]

Oklahoma Indian Nations: Chickasaw Nation

September 22, 2017 0
By Laci Jones Before modern-day agriculture, the Chickasaw Nation was among the many Oklahoma Indian Nations who considered their agricultural practices a part of their heritage as well as crucial to their survival. Agricultural practices […]

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. […]

Belted Galloway

April 17, 2017 0
The Scottish Breed By Laci Jones Often called the “Oreo-breed,” the Belted Galloway breed of cattle are distinguished by their color. This breed is white sandwiched between a black, red or dun color. The Belted […]

History of the Horseshoe Part 2

August 10, 2016 0
By Laci Jones With the saying, “Don’t reinvent the wheel,” Lee Liles, owner of the National Museum of Horse Shoeing Tools and Hall of Honor said the same could be said about the horseshoe. “Nothing […]