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TOTALLY AWESOME STOCK SHOW FASHION OF THE 80S AND 90S- SHRED FROM rANCH hoUSE dESIGNS

Author: Kristy

Ahh, who doesn’t love the 80s and 90s? M.C. Hammer, Debbie Gibson, and Kirk Steirwalt in white tennis shoes while fitting the champion steer at Denver. Yes, I’m a true child of the 80s and 90s and my stock show pictures prove it. Here are 9 totally awesome stock show fashion trends of the 80s and 90s.

1. Colored Tennis Shoes

Speaking of those white tennis shoes. Actually this was quite the trend back in the day. Bobby Maddox, Kirk Stierwalt, Russ Harkema – all the major fitters can be spotted in show steer pictures of this era sporting tight Wranglers jeans, tight t-shirts, and colored tennis shoes.

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Here I am pictured winning Champion Brahman Heifer at San Antonio and for some awful reason my dad allowed me to show in RED REEBOK HIGH TOPS!!! Thank goodness my friend who was also in the picture was sporting her high tops too.

Colored Reebok’s eventually segued to the now extinct Ellesse shoes that were like a combination of tennis shoes and hiking boots, which probably eventually led to Doc Martins, and thankfully now we are back to boots!

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 2. 5 Pocket Boys Wranglers on Girls

Now let’s keep in mind, I began showing in 1987, and Rocky Mountain Jeans didn’t hit the market until 1990. So for young girls showing livestock, Boys Wranglers were about the only option. I distinctly remember going to our local western wear store and buying the Cowboy Cut jeans. I also remember them to be fairly uncomfortable. But, I had several pair and proudly wore them to all shows.

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Now along those lines, I spotted quite a livestock show trendsetter sporting 5 pocket wranglers not to long ago at Denver…

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Yes, that is the lovely Christy Collins winning Champion Red Angus at Denver 2012 in some 5 pocket Wranglers. And to that I say – “YOU GO CHRISTY!” If I can get myself back down to a nice weight before Denver, I just might try this myself. Classy western wear never goes out of style!

Which brings me to Totally Awesome Stock Show Fashion of the 80s and 90s item #3….

3. Colored Rocky Mountain Jeans

As previously stated, the now out-of-business Rocky Mountain Jeans brand hit the shelves in 1990. Again, I remember this fashion moment well. My aunt Jan Powell was a really high tone nationally famous barrel racer at the time. She returned from one of her national barrel racing trips with a pair of size 0 Rocky Mountain Jeans for me to try to wear. (I was 11 at the time…haven’t been a size 0 or anywhere close to it for quite a while!) She just had the new cool thing and was giving me a pair to show in.

That original pair were just regular blue jeans, but as the jeans got more and more popular, I proceeded to have nearly every color made. As evidenced by my show photos….

Here they are in green…

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In purple…..

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In Blue….

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In Red…..

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And my personal favorite…..

HOT PINK!

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That picture was me and one of my best show friends Brandy Barnes, and we both happened to win champion heifer that day (she had red Brahman, I had grey Brahman) while sporting our nearly identical hot pink Rockies.

As time went on, if you were REALLY cool, you also had Lawman jeans. Which were like a lot sexier than Rockies.

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But no 80s and 90s stock show outfit was completed without my next item…

4. The Bright Colored Polo Shirt

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Again, these were boys shirts. I had several that luckily I got to wear for many years, as also shown in my matching colored jeans pictures from above. While this fashion item prevailed in the 80s and 90s, current trendsetters like Jake Bloomberg still bust out their bright colored shirts – this is one item that never goes out of style.

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5. Acid Washed Jeans

Thanks to shows like Saved by the Bell and Beverly Hills 90201, acid washed jeans were a huge hit on the fashion mainstream of the 80s and 90s, so it’s no suprise that trend carried over to the stock show crowd. Here’s a backdrop photo of me showing in 1990, proudly sporting my acid washed jeans. And notice my sister beside me, also wearing acid washed jeans. And notice our longtime stock show BFF, Ryan Rash, pictured on the right, also sporting some awesome acid washed jeans. Please — let’s bring this one back!

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6. Aztec Shirts / Flame Shirts / and Brush Poppers

What show kid of the 80s and 90s didn’t have a shirt from at least one of these categories?

Here is a picture from 1994 where both the queen and princess were sporting Aztec shirts, and my cousin had on a killer Aztech shirt too!

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If you were a guy – the Brooks and Dunn flame shirts were wildly popular.

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As were the Wrangler “Brush Popper” shirts, which I can’t quite remember but had some kind of special water-resistant material right?

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Oh, and once again, here’s Jake still sporting the Aztec look….

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7. Fringe

Fringe shirts, fringe on your jeans, and fringe jackets were also really popular. I remember having this fringe leather collar kinda thing that had velcro on it that you could stick on over your shirt. Mine also had conchos. I actually wore it at Houston. Ahh, fringe. So awesome.

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My fringe leather collar thing looked like this. And boy was I cool.

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8. Giant Belt Buckles

Another staple of the 80s and 90s fashion. Anyone who showed in Texas at the Belt Buckle Bonanza in the early 1990s probably has one of these gigantic silver plates. I know I do. And I proudly wore it for several years.

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9. Satin Jackets

Again, these things were awesome. The satin jacket with the striped sleeves, collar and waistband. You just don’t get much cooler than that. Pictured with me in this photo is Johnny Joyce, who was a legendary cattle promoter and Brahman marketer of the time. That look just has “COOL” written all over it.

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And my favorite picture which I saved for last…ME in 1983, sporting this look that both myself and Barbara Mandrell could pull off…..5 pocket wranglers, pearl snap shirt, bandana around my neck, leather belt with R-A-C-H-E-L on the back, and custom embroidered satin jacket with V8 Ranch proudly sewn across the back.  Geez, you just can’t get much better than that for 80s stock show fashion. I seriously need to re-create this look and picture.

 

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Were you a showman of the 80s and 90s? What were your favorite fashion items?  

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American Sniper semen now ready! Call and order yours today from Lautner Farms 800-515-3284

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from Preston Show Cattle

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Monopoly x Jazz/Draft Pick steer. For more info on him and other Monopoly prospects checkout www.prestonshowcattle.com

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MONOPOLY AND CLONES 4 & 5 THRU LAUTNER FARMS! CALL US TODAY AND GET HIM ADDED TO YOUR NEXT SHIPMENT! 800-515-3284

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ALL SIRED BY MONOPOLY AND OR MONOPOLY CLONES THIS YEAR ALONE

Grand Champion Percentage Charolais Female – Junior Show- 2015 NWSS
Reserve Grand Champion Mainetainer Female – Junior Show- 2015 NWSS
Grand Champion Shorthorn Plus-NWSS 2015
Grand Champion Shorthorn Plus-NWSS 2015
Grand Champion Junior Market Steer-2015 NWSS
Reserve Grand Champion Prospect Steer-2015 NWSS
Grand Champion Prospect Steer-2015 NWSS
Reserve Grand Champion Steer-2015 MIDWEST SHOWDOWN- Steers – Ring A
Reserve Champion Steer-2015 MIDWEST SHOWDOWN- Steers – Ring B
Reserve Champion Percentage Heifer-2015 Arizona National
Champion Percentage Heifer-2015 Arizona National
Grand Prospect Feeder Steer-Arizona National 2015
Grand Champion Market Heifer-Sioux Empire Farm Show 2015
Reserve Champion Market Steer-Sioux Empire Farm Show 2015
Reserve Grand Champion Prospect Steer-Sioux Empire Farm Show 2015
Reserve Champion Crossbred Heifer-VCCP WINTER CLASSIC 2015
Reserve Champion Maintainer Heifer-VCCP WINTER CLASSIC 2015
Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer–VCCP WINTER CLASSIC 2015
Champion Composite Charolais Heifer-VCCP Winter Classic 2015
Reserve Market Heifer- VCCP 2015
Grand Champion Market Animal-2015 CLARK COUNTY CATTLE BATTLE | OHIO – RING A – STEERS
Reserve Champion Overall Steer- VCCP WINTER CLASSIC 2015
Reserve Champion AOB Steer-VCCP WINTER CLASSIC 2015
Grand Champion Market Heifer-2015 Illinois Beef Expo
Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Steer-2015 Illinois Beef Expo
Reserve Grand Champion Simmental Steer-2015 Illinois Beef Expo
Grand Champion Simmental Steer-2015 Illinois Beef Expo
Reserve Grand Champion Maine-Anjou Steer-2015 Illinois Beef Expo
Grand Champion Chianina Steer-2015 Illinois Beef Expo
Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer-2015 Illinois Beef Expo
Reserve Grand Champion Crossbred Steer,Fourth Overall Steer-2015 Illinois Beef Expo
Champion Simmental Steer,Third Overall Steer – Simmental-2015 Illinois Beef Expo
Reserve Grand Champion Steer ,Champion Maine-Anjou Steer-2015 Illinois Beef Expo
Grand Champion Charolais Composite,Fifth Overall Heifer-2015 Illinois Beef Expo
Reserve Champion, Reserve Crossbred-2015 Kentucky Beef Expo
Overall Champion Champion Crossbred-2015 Kentucky Beef Expo
Reserve Champion AOB Steer-2015 Ohio Beef Expo
Reserve Champion Maintainer Heifer-2015 Ohio Beef Expo
Reserve Champion AOB Heifer-2015 Ohio Beef Expo
Reserve Champion Steer-2015 Warrenton Jackpot – Missouri
Champion Chianina Steer-2015 Ohio Beef Expo
Reserve Champion Overall Steer-2015 Ohio Beef Expo
Champion Maine Anjou Steer-2015 Ohio Beef Expo
Champion Crossbred Steer – Division I-2015 Ohio Beef Expo
Reserve Grand Champion Chianina -2015 OYE
Grand Champion Chianina-2015 OYE
Supreme Champion Commercial Heifer-2015 OYE
Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer – 2015 OYE
Reserve Grand Champion Chianina Heifer-2015 OYE
Grand Champion Chianina Heifer-2015 OYE
Grand Champion Limousin Steer-2015 OYE
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Grand Champion Chianina Female – Junior Show-2015 San Antonio
Grand Champion ORB Female – Junior Show-2015 San Antonio
Grand Champion Steer 2015 Iowa State University AGR Cattle Show
Reserve Grand Champion Steer 2015 Iowa State University AGR Cattle Show
Reserve Grand Champion Angus Steer 2015 FWSS – Jr. Steer – Angus
Reserve Shorthorn Steer-2015 FWSS FWSS – Jr. Steer – Shorthorn
Grand Champion Steer-2015 War at Warren County – Ohio |Ring A – Steers
Reserve Grand Champion Steer-2015 WAR AT WARREN COUNTY-OHIO-Ring B – Steers
Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Plus Steer-2015 IOWA BEEF EXPO
Reserve Grand Champion Chianina Female-2015 IOWA BEEF EXPO
Grand Champion Chianina Female-2015 IOWA BEEF EXPO
Champion Simmental Steer-2015 IOWA BEEF EXPO
Reserve Grand Champion Market Heifer/Market Heifer Division I Champion-2015 IOWA BEEF EXPO
Grand Champion Market Heifer-2015 IOWA BEEF EXPO
Grand Champion Market Animal/Champion Crossbred Steer-2015 IOWA BEEF EXPO
Grand Champion Steer-Michigan State AGR
Grand Champion Steer-2015 GIBSON COUNTY PREVIEW
Reserve Grand Champion Angus Steer-2015 FWSS
Reserve Shorthorn JR. Steer-2015 FWSS
Reserve Grand Champion Market Steer-2015 PA FARM SHOW

AND MANY MANY MORE…

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Offering up our greatest sires to you! Call and order today! 800-515-3284

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FROM “RAISED RIGHT IN A BARN”-An industry that feeds us, is an industry worth caring about.

Author: Kristy

Dealing With a Tantrum Throwing Animal

When Your Animal Throws a Fit in the Arena

We’ve all been there, we work for hours for months before a show or rodeo preparing for a good outcome. We want to win so we know that working with our animals daily to give us an edge on the competition. The day before the show you take your animal out to the arena and practice, they act perfectly and things go smoothly.

You arrive at the show and rodeo ready to show everyone what you’ve been preparing for all of this time. You go to your trailer to get the future “Champion” out. For some odd reason its acting spooky. Sure it’s been around 100 wheel barrels, bicycles, and strollers but for some reason today it is acting like it hasn’t seen anything before. People start staring at you as you try to calm your animal down. You get those “They should have practiced before they thought about coming to this show” stares. You know those looks all too well, because normally you are the ones giving them out.

You finally find a pin and you start trying to calm your animal down, maybe trying calf calm or just petting it. When you get in the arena your animal continues to act like a bratty child in a grocery store though. How we handle this embarrassment varies. Here are some of the top ways people handle these embarrassing and aggravating situations. Some of these aren’t the best ideas but happen in most places.

  • Cry. “It’s your show/rodeo and you can cry if you want to.”
  • Pretend it’s not happening. “No that’s not my pig crying in the corner of the show ring.”
  • Talk to their animal like they are your child. “You can kiss that extra flake of hay goodbye tonight after what you just done.
  • Just stand there. “My heifer just got loose and ran over five people but I don’t know what to do.”
  • When they finally catch the mad heifer chances are the exhibitor will let them go again. “I don’t want her to run over me!”
  • Push their animal/carry. “Fine Bertha! You don’t want to move. I’ll just push you there.”
  • Yell at someone. “This is your fault dad! I told you I didn’t want this sheep!”
  • Blame others. “Well if Sally wouldn’t have brought her dog, my steer wouldn’t have tried to kill it, even though they were sitting at the top of the bleachers and her dog wasn’t doing anything.”
  • Blame the judge. “If he would have hurried up my goat wouldn’t have acted that way.”
  • Hide. “If they don’t see me, they won’t know that’s my horse running away right now.”
  • Get mad. “I’m yelling and throwing my arms around because that’s going to calm Fred down.”
  • Lie and say you haven’t owned the animal very long/it’s not mine. “I’m just showing this horse for a friend, I’ve only had it for like three days.”
  • Laugh it off/shake it off. “Taylor Swift would be so proud of me right now.”
  • Stay calm, the best way to handle a crazed animal. “I’m talking in a calm voice, I’m not throwing my hands like crazy, and I’m not running away.”

We say that our animals are like children, so I guess them throwing a fit every now and then can be expected.

Be sure to like my page Raised in a Barn on Facebook for more fun articles that involve agriculture.

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A DOUBLE DOSE OF CALVING EASE WITH NEW SIRE SWEET BABY JAMES

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EVERYBODY LOVES A BALDY AND THIS BULL HAS A DOUBLE DOSE OF CALVING EASE IN HIS PEDIGREE…EVEN BETTER. THERE HAVE BEEN THOUSANDS OF HIGH SELLING I-80’S AND JESSE JAMES PROGENY. HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO USE A FRESH NEW CALVING EASE SIRE THAT WILL RESULT IN THOSE HIGHLY MARKETABLE CALVES OUT OF FIRST CALF HEIFERS. GREAT LOOKING, JACK NECKED AND COOL BUILT IS HOW WE DESCRIBE HIM. THIS SMOOTH MADE BULL WILL MAKE YOUR BANKER AND WIFE HAPPY, AS YOU WONT HAVE TO GET UP ALL NIGHT AND COME FALL YOU ILL SELL HIS CALVES HIGHER THAN A KITE!
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FROM DANNER LIVESTOCK

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Another fancy gal here! Ohio senator x doctor who heifer selling Sep 15th on cwcattlesales.

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Junior Livestock Shows

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“FRONT AND CENTER” TESTED DOUBLE CLEAN! CALL TODAY AT 800-515-3284 TO ORDER YOURS TODAY!

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Front And Center is one of the most unique bulls we have ever laid our eyes on, period! With his eye appealing looks, extra width, and extra depth of body, we think he can do big things! He is just a flat out cow changer. With his proven genetics, there is no limit to what to what he can accomplish. Being a stand-out among the 2015 Denver display bulls, he was a crowd favorite just like his dad Walk This Way. Let him do his work and bring your program to the “Front And Center”. Get in where you fit in and don’t miss out on this great one!

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Iowa FFA South Central State Vice President (In remembrance of our friend and co-worker Kris Christensen)

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How Will You Be Remembered?

        We all have people in our lives that are worth remembering, and it seems no matter what we say, it will never do them justice. We think of them a lot while in the midst of challenges and joys, and we can’t help but want to shape ourselves to be more like them. Starting at a young age, I was blessed enough to have a lady named Kris in my life who modeled to me the true meaning of living to serve. When I think of the question “How will you be remembered?”, my mind automatically jumps to Kris, and I would like to share why.

        Starting in high school, Kris was blessed enough to be able and wear the blue corduroy jacket. In 1979, she was elected as a NW District Officer (keep in mind, girls membership had only been opened for 10 years at this point). While traveling to a district event during the winter of that year, the trip took a turn for the worse. She and her team were involved in a bad car accident, leaving the District President out of commission for a while and leaving Kris with two shattered cheek bones and a broken hand. While it could have been easy for her to simply give up the position because of the challenges it presented at the time, quitting has never been a part of Kris’ vocabulary. From that moment forward, Kris knew exactly how vast her passion for agriculture and serving others was. Even though her blue corduroy jacket had been hung up the following year, the impact of the blue and gold had been tattooed on her heart forever. 

        Kris was heavily involved with our local county fair, the Earlham FFA Alumni, and investing her time in the future of agriculture. In the spring of 2014, I had the opportunity to compete in the Team Ag Sales CDE with three other amazing teammates. During our preparation and practice, it seemed only second nature to Kris to help us with this process. She spent hours offering advice, practicing sales calls, and talking about our personal FFA experiences, something that my team and I could never thank her enough for. Though the nerves were high, my team and I pulled through to be named Team Ag Sales Champions, where we would be competing the next fall in Kentucky. Kris was the very first one we called after learning of these successes, and was eager to help us begin to prepare once again in the fall.

        On October 10th, exactly three weeks until we competed at Nationals, I received the heart-shattering news that my biggest role model had passed away unexpectedly. While the pain was unreal at the time for her family and us as FFA members and teammates, one of the most eyeopening things happened to me. As I tried to shuffle through my closet finding something to wear to her visitation, I stopped and looked at my FFA jacket. I started thinking about all the great memories she had helped me gain through her dedication and selflessness towards FFA members, and with that, I suited up in official dress along with my teammates. I can still picture the smiles and joyful tears her family had that night from seeing those FFA jackets in that unexpected place. 

        Like I said before, this will never do Kris justice for the difference she made in my community and FFA chapter. Although it saddens me to have Kris as a memory now, it also is a challenge that we as FFA members should strive to live for. It is easy to get caught up in the daily challenges life presents us with, but it is how we go about those that ultimately determine how we will be remembered. Will we be remembered for a generation that is too engrossed with technology and classified as lazy? Will we be remembered for the generation who is unaware of the world around them? Will we be remembered for self-fulfillment and being the “me” generation? I don’t know about you, but when I look at FFA members collectively, we simply cannot sit still and let our world keep turning. We cannot be remembered for this. However, it begins now. It begins with the simple and little acts of service. It begins with stepping outside our comfort zone and maybe going to that leadership conference or competing in a new CDE. It begins with putting down the phone just long enough to see the needs in our community and rising up to meet those needs. It begins with having a mentality like Kris, where we will not give up when things don’t go right the very first time. It begins in knowing our purpose of wearing the blue corduroy jacket. And lastly, it begins with asking yourself this question and guiding your life with your response to “How will you be remembered?”.  

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Shared from “the Cowboy Pastor’s life”

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15 Sayings We Don’t Hear Anymore

 

He had written them down for me once before. Sayings….you know the kind that make you stop and think. I had lost the letter, with these saying, in a house fire. Almost ten years and upon my request, he wrote them down again. His name is Hank, my father-in-law….also known as Gramps. It’s the kind of short bits of wisdom, you get all sandwiched into one or two lines. I wouldn’t care about them, if they weren’t from someone who I greatly admired. Known as a good storyteller and a man who walks with integrity. The dad I’ve relied on since mine has been gone. The one who raised a good man, actually five of them, but many young men are influenced by him. No telling how many horses, kids, and grandkids he’s hauled down the road to a show, horse camp, or out to the pasture. All with these sayings. Saying one to one of the buttons, as they were getting out to open a gate, working in the pens, returning to college, or leaving the house. Never skipping a beat as to question his remark. Here’s just some of them but I’m sure there’s more.

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15 Sayings We Don’t Hear Anymore

 

1. When I started to college my Daddy was dumb as a post— by the time I graduated he was a genius!

2. Whether you are training a horse or bringing up a child— its not about the bit or bosal …..its about the hands on the reins!

3. Don’t grow too soon old….and too late smart.

4. I didn’t get these knots on my bald head— by laying home in bed

5. Never trust a boar hog, stud horse, or bull! I don’t care who gentled them!

6. You won’t miss the water ‘til the well goes dry.

7. …two things in life impossible to do— run water up hill or put stripped toothpaste back in the tube.

8. Two of the hardest things to do are jump a 5-wire fence leanin’ toward you or kiss a girl leavin’ away from you.

9. ‘Tis better to remain silent and be thought a fool….than to speak and remove all doubt.

10. Even a blind hog will find an acorn once in awhile…

11. You can learn something from everyone. Even if it’s how not to do it!

12. Never judge a book by its cover, a horse by it’s color, or a man by the clothes he wears.

13. …..A man works from sun to sun. A woman’s work is never done.

14. Quickest way to double your money….fold it over and put it back in your pocket.

15. Walk out like you’re going someplace….even if you’re not.

You may have grown up with some that are similar. But whatever the case it’s these words that make us stop and think. Some of these sayings above, even have Biblical roots.  We find them all throughout God’s Word.  I hope we can take His sayings, and make them a part of who we are, who are children are, and pass them down to generations to come.

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General Lee Steer raised by Smith Family Cattle Co. sells September 16 on Schable & Smith Pro Tour Sale hosted by SC Online Sales

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Wilson/Kedley Cattle Co September 13th, 2015 Telephone Bid Off

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Wilson/Kedley Cattle Co
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An Athlete Versus a Livestock Jock-shared from ” Raised Right in a Barn”

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Athletes and livestock jocks normally don’t get compared. They show a few similarities, like working hard to be the best, traveling for competitions, being super competitive, and all in it to win it. Their differences are what really make these two so unique.

  • Athletes don’t mind being called a jock. A livestock jock would much rather be called breeders or fitters.
  • Athlete’s hair doesn’t make a difference in how they do. A livestock jock knows that hair is life.
  • Athletes wear jerseys. Livestock jocks where a Polo shirt with dirty jeans and a breeders hat.
  • Athletes are covered in sweat after a meet or match. Livestock jocks are covered in hair, paint, glue, snot, and other unmentionables.
  • Athletes aren’t given the opportunity to sit for long periods at a time. Livestock jocks have to sit for a long period of time, usually on their knees.
  • Athletes are shown on TV. Livestock jocks are shown in magazines and on the sidelines of the show ring.
  • Athletes represent a school or team. Livestock jocks represent a livestock company or farm.
  • Athletes wear sweats and shorts. Livestock jocks wear breakaway/waterproof pants.
  • Athletes watch what they eat. Livestock jocks watches what their animals eat.
  • Athletes train with a coach. Livestock jocks are the coaches for the livestock exhibitors.
  • Athletes spend money on shoes and gear. Livestock jocks spend their money on clipping blades, combs, and show sheen.
  • Athletes run after or for something. Livestock jocks run when a mad steer is on the loose.
  • Athletes leave a meet or match with trophies, plaques, and ribbons. Livestock jocks leave a show with recognition and a paycheck.
  • Athletes go home and relax after a long day. Livestock jocks go out and feed their animals.
  • Athletes depend on themselves or team. Livestock jocks depend on the livestock exhibitor.

Though they have some similarities, these two hobbies/careers are two completely different worlds.

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semen now available on Lautner Farm sire “Like No Other” call us today and get yours today 800-515-3284

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SIRE: BOJO
DAM: WHO MADE WHO
DOB: 3-7-14
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New Upcoming Junior Livestock Shows !!!

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Monopoly x Rowdie, better get to Wisconsin to see this one. Sells Sept 20th on cwcattlesales.com . FROM JUSTIN WEDIG

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