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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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Hunter S. Thompson in his book Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas said, “Circus, Circus (a big casino in Las Vegas) is what the world would be like if the Third Reich (Nazi Germany) had won!”

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The drought in the South made the news, not because North Carolina cattlemen’s pastures are drying up or Kentucky soybean crops are compromised, but because Atlanta is running out of tap water.

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A picture is worth a thousand words.

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As global warming increases, and most agree it has regardless of the cause, ruminant raisers are going to become conversant in a new field of science called ‘Bovine Emissions Lately Considered Hazardous’, or B.E.L.C.H.

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In the month before our county fair, our mail box is filled with letters from 4-H kids inviting us to the fair and to take a look at their show animals. For example, “I’m in the sixth grade, my second year in 4-H in the beef project, and I love it! My steer’s name is Chipper, come take a look at him. Sincerely…”

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Some people are born with music in ’em. Other people do good with algebra, throwin’ a rope or rebuilding engines.

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