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
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.