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Working Ranch - November/December 2017

Working Ranch Radio Show Hey Crew! It’s been quite a year hasn’t it? We have passed a huge milestone for the Working Ranch Radio Show with the airing of our 50th episode last month! It amazes me how each and every week we get more and more followers and listeners. So I really need to say thank you to everyone, and I hope you continue to use the WRRS as part of your weekly routine. Even though rodeo season has slowed down a bit for me, I spend a large portion of time gathering the news, getting the stories, and visiting with producers on a daily basis at their operations. We are constantly getting requests and questions regarding various topics, and it is my job to track down those individuals who have the answers. And speaking of requests, don’t forget our hotline, 707-RANCH- 15. If you have a story, comment, concern or just want to say hi, drop us a line. Every week we have more and more callers sharing their thoughts and ideas, so I invite you to share yours. That is what the hotline is for! Tim asked me the other day, “Tigger, what really stands out the past few months in terms of guests that we have had on the show?” Wow. Where do I start? Every show we do has special meaning. But what really sticks out in my mind is covering all the weather-related events this year because it has affected so many of us in the cattle business. Fires in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado. Then fl oods in south Texas. Drought in North Dakota, South Dakota and Montana. Then the fi res in Montana, Washington, Oregon, Idaho and up into Canada. Then, the recent hurricanes in the south. Here is why all these stories stand out to me. Not because of a natural disaster, but more so of how the ranching industry came together as a community to help out others in need. In some cases, producers who had lost almost everything earlier in the year and had received assistance from other producers six states away were returning the favor when those same ranchers encountered their own disaster later in the year. Stories like these are incredibly inspiring. It makes me so proud to be part of the industry! So what do the next 50 episodes of the WRRS bring to the table... well, y’all are going to have to listen to fi nd out, but I can tell you this much. We will have stories from the consumers that purchase YOUR product, new innovations in the cattle business, bringing back the old ways, and even a few guest appearances. With that, I want to thank all of you again. I have made it my life’s commitment to help tell our story of ranching, cattle, beef, cowboys, and our way of life. Because of your continued support, we can now do that...one weekly episode at a time! WITH JEFF “TIGGER” ERHARDT The WORKING RANCH RADIO SHOW can be heard on the following stations: Every Saturday Sirius XM Channel 147 at 12 pm CST KRVN AM 880 at 11 am CST KFRM AM 550 at 11 am CST KNCY AM 1600 at 11 am CST KNCY FM 105.5 at 11 am CST KOAQ AM 690 at 11 am CST KBFS AM 1450 at 10 am CST KBFS FM 103.1 at 10 am CST Sundays KNCY AM 1600 at 6 pm CST KNCY FM 105.5 at 6 pm CST Mondays Sirius XM Channel 147 at 4 pm CST Available 24/7 Online as an archived Podcast www.workingranchradio.podbean.com UP DATE Host of the Working Ranch Radio Show, Jeff “Tigger” Erhardt, gets out and around to bring you the best interviews and conversations along with news and special features that ranchers want to listen to. Your ranch; your radio station! 28 I WORKING RANCH I NOVEMBER / DECEMBER 2017


Working Ranch - November/December 2017
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