For Farmers and Ranchers, EVERY day is EARTH DAY!

Here are some relatively unknown, but important, Fun Facts:In the United States, 98 percent of farms are family farms.Greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture decreased 4.2 percent from 2001 to 2006. From 1990 to 2005, overall methane emissions decreased 11.5...

Trying to Manage Your Weight??? Eat BEEF!

According to the Journal of Nutrition, 2007: Research has been showing that dietary protein "is more satiating than carbohydrates and fat!" The study, "Inadequate Dietary Protein Increases Hunger and Desire to Eat in Younger and Older Men," revealed that if protein...

Beef is a “GREEN THING”, too!!

Why is it that some people stomp their feet and swear that the beef industry is anti the environment? Please, the facts......For example,The National Cattlemen's Beef Association has been honoring Environmental Stewardship for 17 (yes, SEVENTEEN) years, via the...

First Automobile Sold – March 24, 1898

I just happened to read that today is the anniversary of the first automobile SOLD in the United States: March 24, 1898. An interesting thought....the automobile. It has certainly been the catalyst for a myriad of technological changes in the world. Many good, many --...

 

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Cowboy romances to take you away!Cowboy romances to take you away!Sue Billings via Amazon

This book is an anthology of six holiday stories. 1. A Christmas Groom by Stacey Coverstone, 2. Widelooping a Christmas Cowboy by Livia J. Washburn, 3. Another Auld Lang Syne by Donna Alice Patton, 4. Silver and Gold by Kaye Spencer, 5. The Perfect Christmas Gift by Gail L. Jenner, 6. Every Knee Shall Bend by Tanya Hanson. These are all wonderfully written and take place in days past. You will enjoy getting away for awhile with these sweet cowboy romances! I enjoyed this book very much.

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