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A Hundred Years From Now

October 16, 2019

Life has always been a balancing act between the haves and have-nots. Less populated industrial countries use the major portion of fossil fuel while third world countries still farm by hand and recreate. The world...


Lee Pitts: Old News

October 16, 2019

I have a friend who worked for a livestock newspaper for 40 years who has newspaper ink clogging up his veins. Recently he’s been involuntarily checked into cell block 314 of the Old Farts Senior...



UW Extension sets ranch seminars in Meeteetse, Basin

October 16, 2019

Fall ranching seminars in Meeteetse and Basin will highlight important topics for managing cattle and connecting producers with the latest research from the University of Wyoming Extension, said Jeremiah Vardiman, northwest area agriculture and horticulture...


SD 4-H Rodeo to discuss changes Oct 26

October 16, 2019

Reminder Annual meeting is Saturday, October 26th beginning at 10 am at Casey Tibb’s Rodeo Center in Ft Pierre. There will be the SD 4H Finals meeting followed by the layboard meeting. Proposed rule changes...


South Dakota Cattlemen’s Convention: Dec. 3-4

October 16, 2019

Convention Highlights Tuesday, December 3rd Extension Roundup (3 pm – 5 pm) – SDSU Extension has once again planned a series of short sessions featuring timely topics, including: incorporating reproductive technologies, climate update and trends,...


Soil expert: Livestock help dirt

October 16, 2019

Getting healthy is all the rage these days, and don’t forget, your soil wants in on the action. “From a young age I knew I wanted to follow in my father’s footsteps and become a...



Powder River Rodeo wins Polaris Ranger award

October 16, 2019

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The PRCA announced its Polaris Ranger Remuda Award winners Monday. The winning stock contractor for the Polaris Ranger Remuda Award of 2019 was Powder River Rodeo based out of Riverton, Wyo....


SDSU equestrian team faces tough season on the road

October 16, 2019

Four minutes. That’s all the time an SDSU Equestrian Team member is allowed to ride an unfamiliar horse before showing it in a complicated huntseat flat pattern, western horsemanship pattern, reining pattern, or over fences....



Fargo Woman Named 2020 Miss Rodeo North Dakota

October 15, 2019

Callie Enander of Fargo was crowned Miss Rodeo North Dakota 2020, and will serve as lady-in-waiting until the first of the year. First runner-up was Becky Binstock of South Heart. The 2020 Miss Rodeo North...


Sanders, Omar announce free school meals bill

October 15, 2019

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., on Tuesday announced the introduction of the Universal School Meals Program Act to help provide free breakfast, lunch, and dinner to every student in America. Currently,...




Early snow storm buries North Dakota

October 15, 2019

While cold and snow is nothing new for North Dakota cattlemen, nobody seemed to know how to prepare for the early October blizzard forecast for days in advance. The weather predictions were far too accurate...


2019 Fall Cattle Journal — #NEBRASKASTRONG

October 14, 2019

Read the full issue here. Request copies by emailing jgerkin@tsln-fre.com or calling 1-800-347-9100. We may charge a small fee to cover postage and printing costs. As editors of Tri-State Livestock News, we don’t just write...