Horse Show Blogging

Chuck Zimmerman

I’m here in Oklahoma City and the National Appaloosa Horse Show is in full swing on Independence Day. This is one big show that takes place over a couple weeks since it’s combined with the World Championship Appaloosa Youth Show. I’m just going to be spending a couple days here at the end. One of the main reasons I’m here …

Ag Groups, Horses

Appaloosa Blog Spotting This Week

Chuck Zimmerman

I have a niece who would probably love to go to this show which is taking place right now in Oklahoma City. I emailed her yesterday that she will be able to see a lot of what’s going on here on AgWired later this week. I’ll be covering activities there starting Wednesday. Yep. Independence Day. I guess it’s because the …

Horses

Keeping Stock of Livestock

Laura McNamara

Or even wildlife for that matter. Lion Edge Technologies, a family-run company that develops affordable record keeping software specifically for the livestock industry thought AgWired readers should know about what they do. Lion Edge Technologies says its software enables customers to make profitable decisions on any livestock operation, large and small. Different programs are specified for various livestock including cattle, …

Advertising, Ag Groups, Agribusiness, Horses, Livestock

Horse Whisperer

Kelcy

Kelcy Schroder For the most part, I’m pretty familiar with cattle but horses I don’t know so much about. I have had a few in my life time, broke my arm on one, so I’ve never had great experiences with them.

Farm Progress Show, Horses

Moo-ving On

Chuck Zimmerman

Missouri Beef Industry Council Executive Director Steve Taylor, one of our favorite “cowboys,” just gave us the news that he will soon be riding off into the sunset. He’s heading west to become the CEO of the Appaloosa Horse Club in Moscow, Idaho. Steve has been ED of the MBIC for 19 years so he thinks it’s time to giddy-up …

Beef, Horses