Baxter Black


Baxter Black is a cowboy poet, ex-veterinarian and sorry team roper, who now lives in Arizona and travels the country, tormenting cowboys instead of cows.

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“Age-in’ a cow is ‘bout the thing I hate most. Seems like they can tell the instant you cross the line into the strike zone.”


ATTN: This is addressed to teenagers, tuba players and grown-ups in the news media who have gotten great giggles out of the story that cow fla…

I n my life there are people with talents I admire: horse trainers, good ropers, cattle traders, backyard mechanics, welders, guitar players, …

Prejudice is a funny thing. When a city slicker or a dude comes meandering into the Montana bar in Glasgow he’s liable to get a lot of hard st…

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