Thoughts from Kelln

Back2 Back—–Hungry

Posted on August 26, 2019
How about this stuff?  Back2Back posts on the same night. I’ve never been truly hungry.  Sure, I’ve missed a meal but my brothers and I, nor our kids have never been truly hungry.  Our parents and grandparents always made sure that the kids had a good meal.  We might not have gotten the new toy or the cool clothes but we have always had high quality nourishment put in front of us. However, some of

I’m back and I’m right!

Posted on August 26, 2019
That is a statement that I like hearing.  This worthwhile bit of reading will involve a whole bunch of stuff that all leads back to “I’m right.”  I may not be completely right but it will be hard to argue. Listening to the XM radio this evening and a song came on from a country band.  I listened to it and then changed stations.  The same band was on with a different song from a


Posted on August 23, 2019
I have had a lot of experience selling lots of stuff.  Livestock, equipment, etc.  Face2Face, online, social media, phone sales, cash sales, check, finance, PO, whatever, I’ve done it.  As an ag teacher, I am constantly selling the “why you need to do this” to our future leaders.  Not much money in it, but it is very satisfactory to the soul to see a kid learn to speak, weld, learn where their food comes from, find success,

Another Day

Posted on August 22, 2019
It’s Thursday morning.  Just another day.  Trying to get geared up to start breeding some does.  Need to address making some hay.  Unfortunately, there hasn’t been any rain to help this cause.  Not much to write, so have a good one.

Bullying part 2…Skinny…AND leasing?!?!

Posted on August 19, 2019
I wasn’t planning on going to Stillwater this weekend.  But….the Dragon Lady was headed that way..whether I went or not.  When, she told me that, I said, “Hey, take my pickup and on the way back….pick up that doe kid that I bought on Pfeiffer’s online sale.”  That went over real well. She bullied me into going.  She had Rodney & Clayton Washmon lined up to do chores on Saturday morning.   You can’t find


Posted on August 15, 2019
Bullying is a hot topic issue in today’s society.  It is not a new issue but there is more attention paid to it.  Most people can identify with moments in their lives that they were a victim of or witnessed bullying. Any goat rancher only needs to walk into their doe pen to witness bullying in the caprine world.  All of us of at least one doe that is the “pen bully.”  And if you

1988 Movie

Posted on August 8, 2019
Tomorrow is the first day of school at Shattuck America!  I’m actually ready for it to get rolling. Tonight, I finished chores and plopped down to the tv.  I flipped through the channels until I landed on the IFC channel, just in time for the start of the 1988 classic movie “Coming to America”.  After watching several minutes, I quickly realized this was the un-edited version.  Just like the movie that I first watched on

New Day

Posted on August 5, 2019
It is a new day as Tammy leaves for High Plains Tech Center for a new year (with a different job title).  I head off to teacher meetings for a new year at Shattuck Public Schools.  Yes, I know that I told them that I would teach ag for a year and this is the start to year 6.  I’m actually ready. We got Duke moved into his dorm room.  Braden met us there.  It


Posted on August 4, 2019
Saturday evening here in paradise.  It is the eve of Tammy and I moving our youngest to college.  So far, so good.  He is busy packing his video game consoles.  His welding gear is already good to go.  Clothes, he hasn’t started packing yet–“Mom, I can have them packed in 5 minutes.”   Her–“Dang it Duke!  You aren’t just going to camp.” Tammy asked him what he wanted for supper.  He just wanted to go


Posted on July 30, 2019
I have had more than my share of highlights in the goat industry.  No rankings. Just going to list some stuff that has always stuck out to me.   –Bingo.  I saw him for the first time when he was 3+ years old.  That wasn’t just a good goat.  That was good livestock.  He won everything.  His kids won.  And even though he was a purebred, those genetics were wicked enough to transpose the wether

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