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Baxter Black

Baxter Black tackles ag issues with a strong funny bone. Black is an American cowboy, poet, philosopher and former veterinarian.

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“Oh, I’m doin’ a little day work for Irsik and ridin’ two green colts for $50 a month. I think I’ve just about sold that load of salvage lumber I traded Mr. Jolly out of. Some guy came by the other day and wants me to audition for the Marlboro Man. Said they pay pretty good even if they don’t pick me.

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Lunatics Demand Ellen DeGeneres Remove Leather From Clothing Line! Oh, No!

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Thanksgiving is a time for reflection. Warm memories, overstuffed afternoons and family. Yet rising from this cornucopia of good feelings, like a rubber chicken from a shopping cart full of cut-up fryers, is that runner-up for national bird ... the turkey.

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If you saw a team roper with his hand behind his back, could you tell if he was a header or a heeler? I have done an extensive study on this very problem with a grant funded by the Pro Rodeo Ex-Wives Collection Agency and the Team Ropers Anonymous Halfway House. Here are the results of my findings:

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I had just finished bein’ on an extension program in the Herington, Kansas, sale barn. I was standin’ in the auction ring afterward, tryin’ to answer a few questions and shake hands with the local stockmen. My veterinary lecture, as usual, had been more humorous than informative.

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