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    #AgLife: A spool of wire or a rope – TJ and Amy Jarrard

    Spend a few minutes with TJ Jarrard and you can’t help but think of Toby Keith’s first hit, “I Shoulda Been a Cowboy.”It’s not...

    #AgLife: A hand with the reins or the stick – John and Sharon Bringolf

    Neighbors call him the best cowboy around. He’s earned that title after a lifetime on horseback. John Bringolf wasn’t born in the saddle, but...

    #AgLife: G Bar G Veterinary

    Disclaimer: This post contains graphic images of veterinary work being done. Readers be advised.Head east from the stoplight on Monroe and South Federal...

    #AgLife: Fun on the Farm – Beau and Mac – Jarvis Farms

    This is the second half of the story of a pioneering farmer who came to Fremont County, had two sons follow him into the...

    #AgLife: Jarvis Farms a high flying venture

    There is a high-flying connection between the generations in the Jarvis family. Some were successful, some not quite as spectacular.Myron Jarvis had just mustered...

    #AgLife: A Lot From a Little: Son Harvest Seasons

    There is an adage that says you need equipment to work an acreage and you need acres to pay for that equipment. While that’s...

    #AgLife: Father and Son – Weliever Farms

    The Weliever story is a familiar one but with a generational twist. Jearld “Jerry” Weliever and his son Ryan raise alfalfa on 1300 acres...

    #AgLife: ‘It’s a pretty good lifestyle.’ Gardner Farm/Ranch

    The family farm is a vanishing segment of Americana. Once they were the anchor of communities from Maine to California, but corporate farming has...

    #AgLife: Jerry’s Welding – A Family Business

    It’s no great revelation that modern agriculture rides on wheels. Without tractors, trucks, combines, and stock trailers, the world of farming and ranching would...

    #AgLife: Quilting at the fair…

    When you enter the Fremont Center at the Fremont County Fairgrounds, the first thing you notice are the dozens of quilts hanging from the...

    #AgLife: A Day at the Fair

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wjQXLQbvIMActivities at the Fremont County Fair begin early in the morning with feeding, watering, and cleaning stalls for the livestock exhibitors.The rest of...

    #AgLife: The Dog Days of Fair

    It’s not the Westminster Kennel Club, but the grassy area south of the Fremont County Fairgrounds Cafeteria is just as competitive in its own...

    #AgLife: Four Wheels – Cold Drinks (and hot ones too) – Railroad Expresso

    The vendors lining the area under the tents near the entrance to the Fremont County Fairgrounds Arena are a long-standing tradition at the county...

    #AgLife: MaryBelle Snider – 70 years at the fair

    There have been a lot of physical changes in the Fremont County Fair since MaryBelle Snider first entered it as a child back in...

    #AgLife: Sisters at the Fair

    It was a busy summer for Shoshoni senior Brooklyn Schrinar on the swine show circuit. She competed in five different shows over the summer...

    #Aglife: Cousins at the Fair

    Zach Thornock and his cousin Wacey Myers were busy Saturday afternoon in the sheep barn at the Fremont County Fairgrounds.The boys were prepping a...

    #AgLife: Helton Farms – A Growing Operation

    Unless you inherit the farm, it’s an uphill battle to make it in agriculture today. Justin and Traci Helton combined a little of both...

    Join Us at the Fremont County Jr. Livestock Sale!

    Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to support our local youth and indulge in the finest locally raised livestock? Look no further! The...

    #AgLife: Alfalfa, Columbias and Cheddar – Bappe Farms

    She never knew life away from the family farm, and he dreamed of owning his own farm after growing up in town, but working...

    #AgLife: The Perfect Life: The Bartlett Cattle Company

    The family farm is an iconic image of America, though this operation is clearly a ranch as oldest son Gage was quick to point...
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