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 […]

Oklahoma State Park: Osage Hills State Park

June 15, 2016 0
By Laci Jones With architecture that looks like it was always meant to be there, the Osage Hills State Park, located in the largest county in the state—Osage County, is celebrating its 80th anniversary in […]

A Different View

June 10, 2016 0
By Laci Jones It may not be a new method of spray application, but aerial spraying can save some time. Zac Smith, owner of Oscar Aerial Spraying in Grady, Okla., began his business six years […]

Lucille’s Roadhouse

June 7, 2016 0
By Staci Mauney She was known as the “Mother of the Mother Road” for her generous spirit. In 1941, Lucille Hamons and her husband, Carl, purchased a gas station and motor courts on Route 66 […]

Handle Drugs and Vaccines with Care

June 6, 2016 0
By Barry Whitworth Most producers are very familiar with giving either antibiotic to treat a disease or vaccine injections to their animals to prevent a disease. What producers may not be aware of is how […]

NRHA- Celebrating 50 years

June 3, 2016 0
By Laci Jones The small slow circles, large fast circles, exciting sliding stops and 360 degree spins in one spot show off the athletic ability of a reining horse. Reining is defined as “a judged […]

Grazing Oklahoma – Threeawns

June 1, 2016 0
By Rob Cook Characteristics: Several threeawn species grow in Oklahoma and are commonly known as tickle grass or wiregrass. Threeawns are native, warm-season, annual or perennial grasses. Mature height is about 6 to 20 inches […]

Monument Hill

May 30, 2016 0
By Judy Wade Northeast of the small community of Addington, Oklahoma is Monument Hill. Rising above it is a towering obelisk—a tribute to the Chisholm Trail and those who traveled it. Monument Hill is the […]

Blister Beetle Toxicity in Horses

May 27, 2016 0
By Marty New Blister beetles are insects terrifying to horse owners everywhere. Blister beetle poisoning results from ingestion of cantharidin, a toxic chemical carried by numerous species of blister beetles. Over 200 species of blister […]

June 2016 Profile – Doug Davis

May 25, 2016 0
Living Historian By Laci Jones If you do not teach history correctly, you rewrite history. This is a firm belief of Doug Davis, owner of Shooting Star Saddlery in Hitchcock, Okla. Davis keeps history alive […]