It is not enough to do your best, you must know what to do and then do your best.

— W. Edwards Deming

This Valentine’s Day . . .



Of course, like Neil Dennis said at the school we put on near Arcola, SK, this summer, using good stockmanship could lead to the economic downfall of the local florist shop because the fellas don’t need to buy "I’m so sorry I yelled at you" flowers!

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