101 Ranch: Changes are Coming

January 22, 2018 0
By Laci Jones Joe Miller was still learning the ropes on becoming as good of a cattleman as his father, G.W. Miller. Only a year after the Winfield Roundup, Joe Miller was tasked with providing […]

The Importance of Copper in Beef Cattle Reproduction

January 19, 2018 0
By Barry Whitworth, DVM According to Dr. Keith Bailey, the director of the Oklahoma Animal Disease and Diagnostic Laboratory (OADDL), copper deficiency has been a common finding in late term cattle abortions and stillbirths over […]

Dancing Eagles

January 17, 2018 0
Keeping Native American Traditions Alive By Jan Sikes Oklahoma is rich in Native American heritage and traditions, but nothing expresses it in a more perfect art form than the Dancing Eagles. Husband and wife team, […]

Laparoscopic Surgery in the Horse

January 5, 2018 0
By Lauren Lamb, DVM Laparoscopic surgery is a form of minimally invasive surgery that can be performed on a horse. Minimally invasive surgery is performed through small skin incisions (1/2 to 3/4 of an inch). […]

No Rest for the Farmer & Rancher

January 3, 2018 0
By Ralph Chain It is one of the busiest times of the year. I can’t believe how much work and worry go in to having a Red Angus Sale. We are also drilling wheat, rye […]

January 2018 Profile: Dick Carr

January 1, 2018 0
A Bull Rider’s Player By Laci Jones At 84-years-old, former professional bull rider Dick Carr believes in the power of prayer, especially when making his renowned bull ropes. At his home in Elk City, Okla., […]