Cows allow us to grow our herd and continue our dream of handing this farm and way of life on to our children.
For those farming only crops, the end is in sight. Most rushed to get the last fields cut before the season’s first snowfall. Those that didn’t make it have only days – maybe hours – left in the field before a slowdown for the holidays and winter chill. But farmers who raise crops and cattle … Continue reading A Little Down Time
Senator Roberts has been a tireless advocate of agriculture and rural Kansas and I will cast my vote for him Nov. 4 because I want to ensue the continuation of our family business and way of life.
*This column was originally published in the Fall 2014 issue of Kansas AgLand. For more from that issue, log onto http://www.kansasagland.com. If you’ve watched even an hour of television this fall, you’ve noticed the steady stream of political ads. Yes, the number of commercials has decreased with the primary election now over, but the pitches, … Continue reading Elections Will Impact Ag
Until I met my husband, I was one of the millions of Americans that ignorantly believed HSUS (Humane Society of the United States) was the national organization that supported the thousands of local animal shelters that house cats and dogs in communities across the country. But I learned the truth, HSUS doesn't help local shelters, less … Continue reading Support Local
We as farmers and ranchers are under constant attack by the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS). The organization - which many people wrongfully believe is associated with their local animal shelters - spends millions of dollars annually to end animal agriculture and consequently our way of life. The organization spreads false and misleading … Continue reading The TRUTH about HSUS