Some home remedies are worth looking at

I am not a doctor but I do like to help people. I have read documentation and know several who are taking an animal dewormer.

A lady working in experimental research found by accident that it cured several different types of cancer. They had sent one man home as he had cancer all over his body and could do no more for him, and 3 1/2 months later he was cancer free. Don’t take my word for it—research it and make up your own mind.

Another man told me this morning that he had diabetes and was told to drink 2 ounces of unfiltered apple cider vinegar. And after a few months his doctor said, “You are now not a sugar diabetic.” He said it is some nasty stuff to drink. He said he tried diluting it with water but that just made a larger amount of nasty stuff to drink.

Our cattle market was a lot better this past Thursday without all the mud in the feedlots and pens on the farm. Plus the cattle simply looked better. Normally after a freeze cattle get easier to start. However, to be truthful I had two calves that kicked the bucket that were supposedly started. Hot and cold temperatures make it challenging, even though to me we have not had those drastic extremes.

Monday our cattle futures fell 150 to 300 points. I asked one cattle buyer what was the reason and he said probably so they can try to buy fat cattle cheaper this week. Another cattle buyer said probably the day before the election.

My sister and her granddaughter were in church last week. My sister put a check in the offering late. Her granddaughter said, “Grandma how much did you put in?” My sister told her. The 5-year-old granddaughter said, “Grandma you are obsessed with church.”

One man that has a couple of horses said, “I have an alfalfa bale of hay. Do any of you need a bale of hay?” One man said, “Yes, I could use it.” So they agreed on a price. He said, “Just get it—it is at the house.” The buyer said, “I’m not exactly sure where you live. I’ll just wait till you are home so I don’t get someone else’s hay.”

We spoke up and said, “That’s no problem, if we get the wrong bale just go back and get the right bale the next day.”

A friend of mine’s wife had knee surgery several years ago and just lately they discovered that a screw in her knee was getting loose and coming out. So they went in and took the screw out of her knee and she seemed fine now without it. I texted her and said, “Now we can no longer say you have a screw loose.”

Editor’s note: Jerry Nine, Woodward, Oklahoma, is a lifetime cattleman who grew up on his family’s ranch near Slapout, Oklahoma.