Editor Bob Welch talks ranch horse shows, committing to your values, and taking a stand.
More than ever, the American consumer wants to know where their food comes from. The trend is finding a groove for row crops, with the farmer’s markets increasing in popularity and frequency in urban areas. With more and more farm-to-table opportunities for consumers, cattle rancher Amanda Radke explores what the trend means for the beef industry.
It's nice to see when mainstream media turns its attention to our world. James Card of the New York Times wrote the following article: On the brown dirt floor of Tennessee Miller Coliseum, Dale Lively covered the eyes of his mustang by wrapping a cloth around its head, then rode it toward a small wooden bridge.
From Colorado State University Equine Science: The Legends of Ranching Performance Horse Sale promises to be a springtime highlight at Colorado State University in late April, when 81 American Quarter Horses – both promising young horses and proven older horses – will be offered for sale.
From the PRCA/Lazy E Arena: OKLAHOMA CITY – The United Way has set up its temporary control center at the Goodwill Headquarters building in downtown Oklahoma City to assist with the distribution of PRCA merchandise to those affected by the recent tornadoes in Moore, Okla., and the surrounding areas. Tornado victims will be able to come in and select what they need at no charge.