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Robed Dinka Elder with Namesake Ox, South Sudan | Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher | At puberty a Dinka male receives a namesake ox after which he is named. He believes that he and the animal are one being. From calfhood he trains it's horns into beautiful lyre shapes, and emulates them with his arms as he walks.

Robed Dinka Elder with Namesake Ox, South Sudan © Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher

When drought boosted corn and soybean prices, beef-herd owners faced new challenges. They can't rely on traditional feeds as low-cost supplements for winter forages. Producers must look at every alternative this winter. Feeding challenges for cow-herd owners will be confounded by the range of nutrient levels in winter forages, especially low-end hay. The drought lowered crude protein content in much harvested hay.

When drought boosted corn and soybean prices, beef-herd owners faced new challenges. They can't rely on traditional feeds as low-cost supplements for winter forages. Producers must look at every alternative this winter. Feeding challenges for cow-herd owners will be confounded by the range of nutrient levels in winter forages, especially low-end hay. The drought lowered crude protein content in much harvested hay.

Cow Study - 1869 - Rudolf Koller    Rudolf Koller received many honors during his career. Honored with a gold medal at the exhibition in Bern in 1869, in Vienna in 1873 and in Munich in 1876, he will also receive a silver medal at the Paris Salon in 1879.

Cow Study - 1869 - Rudolf Koller Rudolf Koller received many honors during his career. Honored with a gold medal at the exhibition in Bern in in Vienna in 1873 and in Munich in he will also receive a silver medal at the Paris Salon in

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"The clever one relinquishes all, silently withdrawing, not dallying with pleasure yearning, such wise one remains unperturbed whether meeting success or touched by sorrow." Dhammapada 83, What-Buddha-Said

“One of the beautiful things about Buddhism is that it does not worship Buddha as a god or deity, but instead celebrates the Buddha as an example of a normal person like you and me who applied a good.