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Thoughts from Kelln

Down & Back

Posted on May 10, 2018

Yes, I went on my quick adventure.  Yes, I did it in one day.  No, I didn’t do it alone. I loaded up and headed south.  Swung by Mutual, OK and picked up Brandon THE Bruce.  He likes to travel and he needed some stuff picked up that wasn’t far from my destination (within 150 miles…close?  sure).  We pulled into Jacksboro, TX about 11:20 am.  We were going to hit the Dairyland before lunch run.

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Adventure

Posted on May 08, 2018

I’m headed out on an adventure on Tuesday.  I am AMPED!  Not sure what I’m going to see, but see I shall.

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Mystical

Posted on May 07, 2018

People, I had a pretty good weekend.  It started off busy as heck but got good from there. Jade Fitz was named as the state champion in Nursery Operations proficiency awards.  Duke received a WLC scholarship. On Friday, the Shattuck FFA hosted a meet-and-greet with the Dean of Oklahoma State University college of Ag AND the head of the Okie State Vet Med School.  We took care of the venue and prepared the lunch.  The

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Skull Thoughts

Posted on May 04, 2018

Basically, if you give me just a bit of time, thoughts go rolling through my skull.  And since I am rather thick headed (thanks to paternal genetics), some thoughts just keep bouncing off the inside of my skull. “I’m your huckleberry.”  I love that movie.  I never saw it in a movie theater, even though it is right in my age genre.  But I thoroughly enjoy watching the movie “Tombstone”.  It is a movie that

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Cool Stories

Posted on April 30, 2018

Some stories are just better than others.  The story of the bull Heat Wave is cool.  900 has a fun back story.  Of course, I like a good story.  I would like to tell a story or two on here about a thing or twelve, but I won’t. A couple of years ago, a cool dude goat breeder in Nebraska called.  Ron Simonson hollered at me and said, “I need you to take care of

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Full Day

Posted on April 27, 2018

Opening day of the Shattuck FFA greenhouse was today.  It was packed FULL of green.  And we sold a pile.  It went really well. But, we’ve still got a lot.  We had a lot of customers from other towns.  I like it.  I am still learning about this side of agriculture but it is fun to see what is in demand and use some ideas to teach about value-added products.  You know something is going

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Bucks

Posted on April 25, 2018

We hauled 11 kids to the NW area speech contest in Enid on Wednesday.  Tough contest.  And since Enid is a short distance to Garber, I thought that I better to talk to Schoovy about these bucks that they are selling. Lot 1 is a goat that sold intact as a baby.  He was originally bought to be a wether, but he just kept looking more and more like a power buck.  And that is

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Max Bid

Posted on April 24, 2018

Things that can flat out piss me off include when I start bidding on something, try to remember what website I am on, which login do I use, oh crap…which password do I use for this site, re-enter password, now remember correct password and enter that one, logged in, enter the amount, submit bid, are you sure that you want to bid this amount, click yes AND then, you have been outbid.  Another bidder has

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Drive for lunch

Posted on April 23, 2018

Duke and I had a six hour round trip drive in order to get lunch on this fine Sunday.  We took 3 head of bucks to Fletcher, OK.  Why Fletcher?  Because the most influential man in the livestock industry has a drop off point there…at his wife’s house.  Who?  What? Yes, we met up with Bob May. Yes, that Bob May.  I first met him in a parking lot at OYE in like 2006.  Vince

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Hey Kody!

Posted on April 22, 2018

I have had my faith shaken really bad over the past few years.  Not my faith in GOD, (NEVER) but my faith in the jr. livestock show program.  I’ve been led behind the curtain and didn’t like what I saw.  However, there have been moments lately that give me a warm and fuzzy feeling about the industry as a whole that makes me happy to be a part of it. To start with, I spent

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