Just as the tallgrass prairie has the natural resiliency to come back after a controlled burn, it’s clear that whatever comes their way, this family is committed to living their conservation ethic.
Last weekend we started the spring show season for our family. Yes, I know it is Tatum’s project but everyone who has ever been involved in showing livestock knows that no matter what, it becomes a family project. Oh, believe me, Tatum does her own work — mom and dad are nothing more than support staff. If you see something wrong with one of her animals, it probably means I tried to help her out.
MANHATTAN, Kan. - Kansas State University researchers have completed a 20-year study that looks at the consequences of burning Flint Hills pra…
FAIRMONT, Neb. - The Fairmont ethanol plant has changed ownership from Advanced Bioenergy to Flint Hills Resources, reported Biofuels International.
Even the best cowboys have their off days.