Don’t Judge a Book by It’s Cover

On December 7, four students from the W.B. Saul High School of Agricultural Sciences pulled CiDRs from Hereford cows. It was 6:45 a.m. when they arrived to help their livestock teacher, Gail Koskela. As a reward, she took the students to Dunkin Donuts for breakfast before school began at 8:30 a.m. This might resemble a […]

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How to Use Sure Champ Bags as Wrapping Paper

Wrapping Christmas gifts can be tough as it is, but odd-shaped gifts can really throw you off. We’re here to help you tackle this holiday challenge, plus add a little stock show flair under your tree by use Sure Champ bags as wrapping paper. Check out this video, plus our step-by-step instructions below: STEP 1: […]

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Recipes from the Ranch: Festive and Flavorful Desserts

By, Alise Nolan, The Ranch Kitchen Holidays are busy, busy times when even the most organized person realizes there isn’t enough time in the day to cook, wrap, bake or go every place you’d like to be. As we look forward to the holiday ahead, it’s important to remember that it is about the quality […]

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4 Online Boutiques for Stock Show Shopping

2016 is right around the corner and that means the show season is about to kick it into high gear. Whether you are getting your show string ready for the next weekend jackpot show or you’ll be hitting the majors these boutiques have everything to keep you in style. Cowgirl Crush If you are trying […]

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Today I’m Thankful for…The Value of Agriculture

By, Rhonda McCurry Trent McKnight says he has a lot to be thankful for. Each day it is a different recognition, but they are all parts of his life he knows not to take for granted. Number one, he says, is waking up and being able to turn on lights with the flip of a […]

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Today I’m Thankful for…Legacy of Showing Livestock

By, Rhonda McCurry Every ribbon and banner taken home by a Cain family member is a win for Cain Super Sires. That’s not just a statement but a way of life for the Cains who make their living working together and being part of a three-generation family hog operation. Earl and Patty Cain started in […]

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