Friday, March 19, 2021

Why Farmers/Ranchers are just like Stock Dogs


Loos from the Hip March 18, 2021 in reality those of us taking care of land & livestock are no different than Border Collies.

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The dawn of a new day in Sherman County, Nebraska.

Race baiting was addressed by Thomas Sowell years ago, and it is worse now

Across the Pond March 19, 2021 Getting insight from two of the great philosopher's in life today. Festus and Thomas Sowell whom are both Veterans of the United States of America.

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Rural Route Radio March 19, 2021 Jim Rutt from Virginia joins with full details on getting everything back to the local community. Game B is on.

Host of the Jim Rutt show bringing us the "Collective Sense Making" concept, this is wonderful discussion about the practicality of our future. We need to shape the future instead being told what, when and why.

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Thursday, March 18, 2021

USA Farmers/Ranchers adapt to any situation, but are the hurdles getting too high?


Loos Tales Special Report March 18, 2012 Long time friend Karen DeQuasie says "Trent you have lost your mind." Call me crazy but I think property rights are under attack and it is getting dangerous.

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Seriously folks living in condo's in cities across the country are getting farm payments?

Jim Mundorf joins discussing his post on with a whole new level of awareness about funneling farm money into the pockets of folks who have never farmed. Jenny Schweigert on this We The People Thursday edition.

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Nebraska Gov Ricketts animals are key to healthy planet and human

 Loos Tales Special Report March 17, 2021 Nebraska Gov Pete Ricketts walks us through the challenges that activist bring to us in food production, property rights and educating our children.

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Wednesday, March 17, 2021

The battle for global resources, time to take gloves off


Rural Route Radio Mar 17, 2021 J.C. Cole walks through actually science about climate change and it is not something you are hearing anywhere else. China has too much control.

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Hey Maine "Soil Health" is the farmers job don't need legislation to make it happen

Across the Pond March 17, 2021 Andrew Henderson is not real excited that St Patrick himself could have been from Scotland. Property Rights are at the base of all things.

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Well now that I have your attention

Tuesday, March 16, 2021

30/30 Food consumers are at risk with the loss of property rights, food and energy shortages


Rural Route Radio March 16, 2021 Kim Bremmer, Andrew Henderson and Trent Loos dive into the Biden Jan 27, 2021 EO known as 30/30. Folks this appears to affect farmers/ranchers, but it is the non-farm food eating, clothes wearing, fuel loving consumer that needs to know about it.

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Monday, March 15, 2021

Canning tomatoes, government and Jesus all in one discussion


Dakota Trails and Tales March 15, 2021 Marty on Monday we discuss home food preparation and remember to bring Jesus along with educating your legislators

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Do everything right and still fail


Loos from the Hip March 15, 2021 dealing with Mother Nature is one thing but throw Big Brother in and food availability can be a problem.

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Loos Tales for March 16, 2021 As fate would have it, or divine intervention I said thanks my friend Ace Kary


Unknowningly my friend from Norris, SD had passed away. Fortunately for me I was driving through Norris, SD as the visitation was taking place on Friday March 12, 2021

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Judge Henderson weighs in on vaccination without accreditation


Across the Pond March 15, 2021 people need to stop falling prey to the headlines and demand science behind the narrative. Climate Change, Meat consumption and now COVID19 folks ask for answers.

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Rural Route Radio March 15, 2021 Hank Vogler on the ILLEGAL land ownership not only of Federal Land but in Nevada by SNWA

Well lets start with Oct 31, 1864 the day Nevada became a state because the country was broke because of Civil War. The Homestead Act, The Kincaid Act or the The Swamp Act it has been individuals that have converted the wilderness into a great resource producing nation not government ownership.

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Sunday, March 14, 2021

J.C. Cole with preview for discussion about parallels Soviet Union collapse and USA today


Wednesday March 17, 2021 will join Rural Route Radio with details about food and currency collapse he witnessed in Soviet Union. How many people are paying attention to where we are today in that regard?

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Loos Tales for March 15, 2021 Amazing things happening in Rural South Dakota, Lemmon to be exact. Jen Suter CEO of Chamber of Commerce explains

John Lopez was scheduled to give this interview but he got buck off his horse and was not available. I think we all benefit from that because Jen Suter brings the excitement happening in Lemmon, SD.

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Great meeting Corey Merriman at KBJM Farm & Home show.

Corey tells me his family has been in the country since before the Mayflower. 

Jay Wolf shares a great message about cattle the great recyclers at WagonHammer Ranch.

A Rancher Asks "Why Do Some People Hate Cows?"

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"I thought this was simply a  nursery rhyme:  how could one bake living birds in a pie? I discovered that royalty and the upper class, ...