“Better than expected, but not what we’d hoped for.”
On a sunny, summer afternoon running errands in Salina, my boys and I made a quick stop for a late lunch at a drive-in restaurant.
Today’s livestock producers must consider their vocation a noble profession.
The heat is definitely on and wheat harvest is just starting to gear up in the Post Rock Extension District!
Manipulation is often a word used with a negative connotation; however, the art of manipulating cattle to graze an overgrown area or piece of grass that they typically avoid, can be just what the d
Reflection is a good thing. It allows you to see where you’ve been and hopefully chart a better course on where you’re going.
As a dietitian, I get asked often, what is the best diet?
That is simple, what is the desired outcome?
I have good news! Sort of. My hair is coming back now that “The Battle of the Boobs – The Terrorist Cells” is finished and the credits are running.
Seems Kansas farmers and ranchers are always doing something in their fields, grassland and on our public roads.
By Dr. Justin Waggoner, Beef Systems Specialist