Y’all may not know this, but I recently went back to school. I decided to just start things over. Start from scratch. I went back to kindergarten.
Throughout most of the Sunflower State, fall crops wait for combines to begin harvest.
I’ve said this before, and no doubt I’ll say it again some time before I retire, but I think we are seriously in need of a day between Sunday and Monday to get ourselves together.
You all know what a Gold Digger is, right? A Gold Digger is not a person who pans for gold, but rather a person who seeks out those who have panned for gold and struck it rich.
It’s not every day a person my age learns something new. Part of the reason is because we are a little bit outside the sponge mode, so we just don’t soak up as much.
“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