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Cow-calf commentary: Counting chickens

Posted: Thursday, Oct 20th, 2016
For those who haven't followed the thrilling story of my present debilitation
Back in February 2007 I had surgery to fix a problem in my heel. The repetitive injury of running on steel flight decks while I served in the navy was the main culprit and had, over time, caused bone spurs to form where my left Achilles tendon


Posted: Thursday, Oct 20th, 2016
One of the hazards of having educated friends is that they are a frequent source of scientific information. Dr. Ben sent me a scholarly review entitled "WHAT DID OUR ANCESTORS EAT?" by two gentlemen well versed in nutrition and anthropology.
One of the many observations they made was, with the advent of agriculture individuals became smaller in stature. They concluded


Posted: Thursday, Oct 20th, 2016
Well, folks, it's that time of year again! You know what I mean, that time of year when geese start flying in Vs, the corn looks tired and brown, and the air has a definite chill to it.
For farmers and their wives, this is a special season. It is a time of togetherness, and of working together toward

Navigating Medicare open enrollment

Posted: Thursday, Oct 20th, 2016
Through the Medicare Part D program, seniors can purchase private prescription drug plans at affordable prices. The annual open enrollment period encourages competition among Part D insurers, helping to keep costs lower and giving beneficiaries more choices.
During open enrollment, which runs from Oct. 15 through Dec. 7, seniors have the opportunity to make changes to their Part D plans.

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