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Barbed Wire by Doug Cooper: The pit bull
The Endangered Species Act (ESA) is often referred to as the pit bull of federal law. The ESA seems to trump all other federal laws. The reason for the unusual

Alan Guebert: From Russia with love
The July 30 news that Uralkali, the huge Russian potash producer, was pulling out of the global fertilizer cartel might be that nation’s richest gift to American farmers since the
Jan Swan Wood: More processing updates, ranch rodeos, roughstock rodeo
I’ve sure been enjoying the cooler weather lately. Seeing as how I’m not a corn plant or a cactus, I thrive at the cooler temps. I think it’s sure given
Lee Pitts: Trouble in store
One of my most vivid memories as a kid stem from the trips we made from California to Missouri to visit relatives. My favorite part of those trips was reading
Baxter Black: Hay fever and cars
In searching for a cause to explain the increase in “hay fever” incidence in humans, some scientists have postulated that it might be the increase in the burning of coal,
Lee Pitts: Riding astride
One of my hobbies is restoring old saddles but I’ve never worked on a woman’s sidesaddle before. Now I have three in my shop to work on. It seems like,
Barbed Wire by Doug Cooper: Mastering the Windmill
I have been working on some windmills of ours and I have to admit that windmills are a little like women. Boy, they look good standing there but they can
Alan Guebert: With friends like these
The American Enterprise Institute and the Heritage Foundation are two well-established, politically-conservative Washington, D.C. think tanks. How conservative are they? Let’s just say that if the Environmental Working Group and
Fire at Valley meats, Navajo Nation joins up, AQHA loses fight, Cheyenne
We’ve had a little rain in our country so the grass has slowed down on its journey from green to gold. Some areas got some nasty hail and winds so
Baxter Black: The legend of bad guys
The West was peppered with bad guys whose conduct was misunderstood Yet, today we treat them as heroes like they were a Robin Hood. We tend to portray them as
Jan Swan Wood: Bice’s gift, bja, horse processing holdup, events to watch
I took a little break from the irrigating and headed for Wyoming to attend a friend’s memorial service in the big country north of Recluse, Wyo. I’d forgotten just how

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