Daily News Reports »

Program: Land & Livestock Report

 

KayDee Gilkey hosts Open Range a 2 1/2 minute daily radio program that covers, issues, lifestyle and lore of the American West. Those of us  that make our homes  west of the Rockies are passionate about conservation, energy, fish and wildlife, fishing, hunting, riding,  ranching and yes our western traditions including round-ups and rodeos.

"The west isn't merely a place, rather a place of mind."

  

 

  • A Politcally Correct Super Bowl, Meatless ?

    Oh so subtly beef is being removed from America’s menus even on Super Bowl Sunday.

  • Mama's Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys

    The West calls to each of us uniquely, causing some to climb or ski it’s mountains, others hunt it’s game, or photograph it’s vista’s.

  • Open Range Wrap Up

    It's Open Range Wrap Up, we’ve got a "Beetle" and a Brown from Massachusetts!

  • Bayer takes on Cattle Rustlers

    Feels like we’re back in the wild west, there’s been a rise in cattle rustling, as a result more than a few ranchers and cowboys in Texas and Arizona are tackling the problem the old fashioned way!

  • Obama America's Idol

    I’ve only watched a few episodes of American Idol so imagine my shock last Tuesday to see how program has become another prime time PR venue for Obama.

  • Necessity of Prepurchase Exams

    When a rich and famous guy like Tom Sellick gets duped buying a horse it’s a wake up call for all of us to take every precaution we can.

  • Check Off Funds Fend Off Attacks

    An issues management program? Yes a necessity for big corporations, politicians and celebrities like like Tiger Woods but cattle producers?

  • Chariot Racing

    There is one equine sport practiced predominantly in the Western half of the U.S. that has gone under the radar in the horse world but boasts enthusiasts throughout Colorado, Utah, Wyoming and Idaho

  • Barb Wire and Sage Grouse

    Antelope can’t jump en, they’re hell on horses and apparently deadly for sage grouse and prairie chicken

  • Smokeless Tobacco

    If you spend anytime out west you’ll soon spot something in common between the rodeo crowd, farmers, ranchers and outdoormens ...It’s that little round can outlined in their pocket.

  • Arthritis and Horses

    An experiment using race and rodeo horses could hold the key to preventing osteoarthritis in humans.

  • Wild Horse Photo Contest

    I don’t think any animal alive can compete with the beauty a horse conveys in photographs, especially a wild one .

  • Anti-meat Activist to Lecture at WSU

    Anti meat activist

  • Happy Trails

    The new year is a time for resolutions and lists but it is also a period to reflect back even say good bye as last year the horse industry lost some stars.

  • Wolf Count

    It was a record year for wolf deaths in the West, but how can it be called a “record” when it is the first time it has been legal to hunt them!

  • A Happy Ending

    Over comers and over achievers it’s the stuff of great movies are made of and they’re even more poignant when you have an animal in the mix.

  • NASS Cattle Survey

    The US Department of Agriculture will contact nearly 50,000 cattle operations throughout the nation this January to participate in the January Cattle Survey.

  • According to Experts Cows Help Fight Global Warming

    Cows, first they villianized them, now they believe they could save the planet!

  • Cowboy Boots for Christmas

    It all started in 1875 when a Colorado wrangler stopped at the Charles Hyler Shoe Shop in Kansas and ordered boots

  • Cattle Producers under attack from WA Department of Ecology

    The economy has hit Washington cattle producers hard so a sucker punch from the state’s Department of Ecology is the last thing ranchers need.

  • Open Range Wrap Up

    It's Olympic time out West, Black tail prairie dog not listed on Endangered Species , Worst year for cattle feeders on record.....

  • Pine Beetle Kill Wood becomes Coveted

    The terrible carnage from the rice grain sized pine -beetle, resulting in the death of billions of ponderosa and lodge pole pine trees are now being reused and in some cases even treasured as artifacts.

  • Future Rodeo Stars

    Last week while rodeo enthusiasts were glued to the NFR Finals, trust me youngsters throughout the US were roping the family dog and falling to sleep riding a make believe bull.

  • A Heifer For The Holidays

    The Heifer International catalog has been dubbed the most important gift catalog in the world.

  • Unique Christmas Gift

    They are cute, fuzzy, expensive and oh so sweet, the perfect Christmas gift, hey I wonder why we haven’t seen them in the Neiman Marcus catalog?

  • Farming Statistics

    No one will contest that the Northwest’s own Bill Gates is a smart man, yet given that fact it’s surprising that so many so called intellectuals oppose his belief that modern production agriculture

  • The World's Smartest Horse

    Google and Yahoo call him the smartest horse, NBC, ABC, CBS and CNN have all covered his story , believe me, you’ll be be surprised to learn what breed of horse he is.

  • Brucellosis Found in Idaho Beef Cow

    Brucellosis was found last week in an Eastern Idaho beef cow. How will that impact our region?

  • NW Home of Freeze Branding

    The Northwest is known for a host of great things…..We’re the home of Nike, Nordstrom’s fine wine, fabulous coffee and... Freeze branding.

  • Lightening Strikes Ranches

    I will never forget the scene in my all time favorite western Lonesome Dove where the lighting ran across the horns of the cattle herd. It still gives me chills.

« First Previous Page (62 of 63) Next Last »