This rare Swiss dairy breed is making a rebound thanks to the work of dedicated breeders.
The surprising truth about why honey is pasteurized and what it means for your health.
Over 120 historical markers dot the Kansas landscape, telling the story of our fascinating state. If you are looking for the Kansas historical markers, the Kansas Historical Society offers a complete listing organized by county. Each entry provides the full text of the marker, along with its address and GPS coordinates. As you visit theContinue reading “Kansas Historical Markers”
Long ears and a loud voice make this popular dairy breed distinctive—but it does not come from Africa.
Are those old seeds in the basement still viable? Find out with supplies you already have around the house.
We love Nebo lights. They’re bright, they come in all shapes and sizes, and they attach to just about anything. That last part is what makes Nebo flashlights so handy. Depending on the model, a Nebo flashlight can be attached to a belt, a pocket, a magnetic surface, a nail on the wall, or evenContinue reading “Nebo LED Lights”
Goats of dwarfish proportions were once widespread across much of Africa, their historic home being a large swath stretching from the Atlantic coast inland as far as modern Sudan and almost spanning from 20°N to 20°S latitude. These miniature goats varied by region, some being stocky, cobby little animals and others proportioned like true dairyContinue reading “Nigerian Dwarf”
Kansas lost a state treasure with the unincorporation of tiny Freeport, population 5.
He was born on a night when a stormy wind blew; Five minutes old, already six feet two. Thus begins the story of Kansas’s own legendary hero and Paul Bunyan figure, Johnny Kaw. Johnny Kaw: A Tall Tale by Devin Scillian presents the story in a format that children will love—playful verse accompanied by hilariousContinue reading “Johnny Kaw: A Tall Tale”
As its name suggests, the LaMancha does have ancestors from Spain, but it was developed entirely in the United States. Its story begins with the arrival of the conquistadors. The conquistadors and the missionaries who accompanied them always brought along livestock for food. Goats were usually among the herds and flocks, thanks to their versatility;Continue reading “LaMancha”