EVERYDAY GOURMET Fireball Chicken Lollipops
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AMY'S RANCH SLANTS South Dakota Farm and Ranch Life in Poetry
Anytime I discover something that becomes a part of my favorite things list, I want to share it with others. I met farmer and cattleman Bruce Roseland of North Central South Dakota at the South Dako... Posted on 11/3/14 at 8:00 PM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Letter to Dave
I took last week off because of the death of our brother, Steve. I needed familiar surroundings in which to write my column so I decided it would be a letter to you.
I miss Steve ... Posted on 9/6/14 at 9:06 AM
Managers of Yellowstone National Park bison said Monday they are considering changes to policies that have seen thousands of purebred buffalo from the nation's last wild herd bison killed since 2000 to stem transmission of a disease to cattle.
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It would be difficult to imagine a more convoluted, mismanaged entity than the Yellowstone bison, and there is plenty of blame to go around because of it. Montana managed almost to exterminate the bison even before Montana Territory became a state in 1889. It hasn’t done much since to re-establish the species within the state. In fact, just recently, three dozen bison were transplanted from a quarantine facility in Montana to the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming, because the Montana State Legislature has made it clear that it doesn’t want free-ranging bison in Montana.
The buffalo will not be roaming the hills surrounding the National Buffalo Museum on Memorial Day. Instead the animals will remain in the winter pasture for the immediate future.
“Normally we move the buffalo to the summer pasture for Memorial Day,” said Felicia Sargeant, director of the National Buffalo Museum. “No way that’s going to happen this year.”
Buffalo, ND - Bill Grieve flew himself to classes as a high school junior. He took his future wife on a plane ride to size up how compatible they were. He found reprieve from dairy farm work in loops and nosedives.
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