Ranch Life Articles

Body Haltering A Foal

January 14, 2020
Jan Swan Wood

Now that foaling season has arrived for some, I wanted to share a simple tip for safely moving a very young foal along with it’s mother without risk of it running off or getting separated from her. New foals haven’t usually been haltered and so leading them from the mare housing, for example, to the […]


Outside Circle Show

January 12, 2020
Tiffany Schwenke

There is a cowboy music show that is growing in popularity with the working cowboys and cowgirls from near and far. It is called the Outside Circle Show and it is a darn good time had by all who attend. I recently asked a few questions so I could let you know all about it. CS: […]


Art of the Cowgirl, World’s Greatest Horsewoman Presented By Western Horseman

December 27, 2019
Tiffany Schwenke

Art of the Cowgirl, World’s Greatest Horsewoman presented by Western Horseman, has many horsewomen very excited! There were limited entry slots available and they filled up very fast! They ended up adding more available spots because of all of the interest. The names on the list prove that it really is going to be a […]


Western Wednesday

December 25, 2019
Jenn Zeller

“Training horses, heck riding horses, isn’t easy. Failing is part of the process. It’s how you brush yourself off and get back in the saddle that counts the most. There’s beauty in the breakdown. Everything is about balance.” ― Carly Kade, Show Pen Promise Jason Perry rides Bob Hes Quick (Romeo) on his family ranch […]


Powder River Percherons

December 17, 2019
Tiffany Schwenke

There is something so spectacular in the controlled power that the Powder River Percherons display when hitched up. Mike and Julie Cushman of Glenrock, WY with their Powder River Percherons are a sight to see. I recently asked them a few questions. CS: Please tell us about how you got started with your Powder River […]


National Day of the Horse

December 13, 2019
Jenn Zeller

On National Day of the Horse (December 13), we take time to celebrate the horse. The horses that made us, tried us, taught us, showed us love; all the things that make the horse a horse… “Look back at our struggle for freedom, Trace our present day’s strength to its source; And you’ll find that […]


Catie Kershner Custom Silver

December 12, 2019
Tiffany Schwenke

A silversmith by the name of Catie Kershner has been busy creating beautiful silver jewelry. Her work caught my eye a while back and I have been admiring her ever since. I figured that we need to get to know her so I asked her a few questions… CS: Please tell us some of your […]


Art of the Cowgirl Horsemanship Fellowship’s Journey: Part 3

December 10, 2019
Savanna Simmons

If you haven’t yet, read parts 1 and 2 of Alicia Adamson’s recap of her experience as Art of the Cowgirl’s first horsemanship fellowship recipient. Partway through the week, Sheryl Morton came from Idaho to spend a few days with us. Lee invited her to come and take some pictures of us during the fellowship […]


DIY Calf/Goat Roping Dummy

December 8, 2019
Jolyn Young

My four-year-old, Milo, is crazy about all things roping. He loves roping both the dummies we have set up behind the house, but I am not so crazy about him knocking them over to practice his calf tying. The rest of the family likes to rope the dummy, too, and their wooden legs can only […]


McFarland Productions, Marketing the Western Way of Life

December 6, 2019
Tiffany Schwenke

Natalie McFarland has taken marketing and supporting of our western way of life and presented it in beautiful ways time and time again. I never tire of watch videos and marketing portfolios that Natalie has created. They say a picture is worth a thousand words so I’d say Natalie’s videos are worth more than a […]


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