June 7, 2016
Don't try this in the fields...



December 10, 2015

July 1, 2015
This soon-to-be grandpa is excited...he just wants to celebrate privately...

April 13, 2015
You just can't beat these moments.

July 1, 2014

June 4, 2014
A long day on the tractor sure can wear a guy out...

May 21. 2014
Pretty slick kid...check it out as he wins over these gals with the ol' switcheroo!


March 5. 2014
Awesome recreation from the movie "Airplane!" for a Travel Wisconsin ad!

February 13. 2014
This is just unreal!

November 21. 2013
The saga of getting "Da Turdy Point Buck" on the air each year is explained!

October 1. 2013
Check out who's coming to Cadott in June of '14!

September 10, 2013

A British survey of 2,000 adults reveals what skills are essential in our modern world- and which ones are basically obsolete. The majority of the skills that made the “must-have” list are tech-related, with “Googling” in the number one spot. Other important life skills include using social media, uploading photos, online banking, hooking up your wireless internet and using Skype. On the other hand, the top 20 list of the least-needed skills includes sewing, knowing how to bake bread and having nice handwriting. How quaint.


1. Googling

2. Using a mobile phone

3. Hooking up WiFi

4. Online banking

5. Cooking

6. Turning off the water at the mains

7. Knowing which recycling bins to use

8. Knowing about privacy settings online

9. Using a calculator

10.Using a self-service checkout

11.Searching and applying for jobs online

12.Using Google maps

13.Installing computer programs

14.Using a GPS


16. Re-heating food in the microwave

17. Checking in for flights online

18. Uploading photos

19. Using Facebook

20. Changing settings on the thermostat

21. Booking cheap flights

22. Using a tablet

23. Using a USB charger

24. Understanding public transportation

25. Using discount/daily deal websites

26. Setting up a wireless printer

27. Downloading music

28. Using HDTV

29. Ordering at fast food restaurants

30. Having an Amazon account

31. Knowing how to use an SD card

32. Setting up cable TV

33. Shopping on auction websites

34. Series linking television shows

35. Knowing how to use social media

36. Using Bluetooth

37. Changing the clock on your oven

38. Using Skype

39. Using hands-free devices in the car

40. Working a Smart TV

41. Book movie tickets online

42. Syncing iTunes

43. Using Twitter

44. Transferring money on your phone

45. Connecting the laptop to the TV

46. How to set up an out-of-office email response

47. Using YouTube

48. Downloading movies/torrents

49. Paying for parking on your phone

50. Finding the best prices by scanning barcodes on your phone


1. Darning

2. Knitting

3. Polishing brass/silver

4. Baking fresh bread

5. Putting up a tent

6. Writing postcards

7. Sewing

8. Knowing the phone numbers of friends

9. Servicing your own car

10. Understanding pounds and ounces

11. Dinner party etiquette

12. Writing letters

13. Speaking a foreign language

14. Knowing capital cities

15. Understanding feet and inches

16. Putting up a shelf

17. Planning your route in advance

18. Changing a tire

19. Neat handwriting

20. Knowing how to spell long words

August 28, 2013

This explains that whole “love at first sight” thing. A poll revealed the female traits men notice first- and vice versa. It also found that a quarter of guys have been caught sneaking a peek at another woman by their partner, and that half of women and two thirds of men feel confident enough to compliment a stranger on a specific feature.


What men notice first about women:

1. Eyes

2. Smiles

3. Breasts

4. Hair

5. Weight

6. Legs

7. Style

8. Butt

9. Height

10. Skin

What women notice first about men:

1. Eyes

2. Smiles

3. Height

4. Hair

5. Style

6. Weight

7. Skin

8. Face shape

9. Butt

10. Nose

August 16, 2013

ABC-TV's "Nashville" comes back Wednesday, September 25th...are you excited for the new season?  Here's a promo to get you ready!

August 6, 2013

34-year-old Web entrepreneur Jason Nazar is not the first person to accuse the millennial generation of being lazy and entitled, but he is the latest. He recently shared his list of the “20 things 20-somethings don’t get,” along with some professional advice for millennials, with Forbes Magazine. Check it out:

1. Time is Not a Limitless Commodity

2. You’re Talented, But Talent is Overrated

3. We’re More Productive in the Morning

4. Social Media is Not a Career

5. Pick Up the Phone

6. Be the First In & Last to Leave

7. Don’t Wait to Be Told What to Do

8. Take Responsibility for Your Mistakes

9. You Should Be Getting Your Butt Kicked

10. A New Job a Year Isn’t a Good Thing

11. People Matter More Than Perks

12. Map Effort to Your Professional Gain

13. Speak Up, Not Out

14. You HAVE to Build Your Technical Chops

15. Both the Size and Quality of Your Network Matter

16. You Need At Least Three Professional Mentors

17. Pick an Idol & Act “As If”

18. Read More Books, Fewer Tweets/Texts

19. Spend 25% Less Than You Make

20. Your Reputation is Priceless, Don’t Damage It

July 3, 2013

The five toughest questions for men are:

1. What are you thinking about?
2. Do you love me?
3. Do I look fat?
4. Do you think she's prettier than me?
5. What would you do if I died?

Each question and answer has the potential to explode into a major argument, so here - as a public service - are some things not to say as well as the appropriate response.

Question 1: What are you thinking about?
WRONG: Baseball.
WRONG: Football.
WRONG: How hungry I am.
WRONG: My new truck.
RIGHT: "I'm sorry if I've been pensive, darling.  I was just thinking about what a warm, attractive, and intelligent woman you are."

Question 2: Do you love me?
WRONG: Oh yeah, loads.
WRONG: Would it make you feel better if I said yes?
WRONG: How would you define love, exactly?
RIGHT: "YES!  I can't believe how lucky I am to ever have found you!"

Question 3: Do I look fat?
WRONG: Compared to what?
WRONG: I would rather say you're not exactly thin.
WRONG: I've seen fatter.
RIGHT: "Of course not!  Why, you look even better than the day I married you!"

Question 4: Do you think she's prettier than me?
WRONG: Yes, but you have a better personality.
WRONG: Not as pretty as you were when you were her age.
WRONG: Not prettier, but definitely thinner.
RIGHT: "Of course not!  Why, you look even better than the day I married you!"

Question 5: What would you do if I died?
WRONG: Buy a Corvette.
WRONG: Probably marry someone thinner and prettier.
WRONG: Date your sister.
RIGHT: "I'll never know, dear.  I plan on dying one day before you so I never have to live without you."

-Guys, you're welcome.

May 28, 2013
We talked this morning about the Social Security Administration's report on the most popular baby names of last year...in case you were wondering, here are the top ten for each gender...

The top 10 girls’ names last year were:
1. Sophia
2. Emma
3. Isabella
4. Olivia
5. Ava
6. Emily
7. Abigail
8. Mia
9. Madison
10. Elizabeth

The top 10 boys’ names were:
1. Jacob
2. Mason
3. Ethan
4. Noah
5. William
6. Liam
7. Jayden
8. Michael
9. Alexander
10. Aiden
You can see a map of the most popular by state....click here!

May 9, 2013
 This morning, we talked about a survey of 2,000 people in the UK that revealed 50 things you must do in order to live life to the fullest. The list includes a wide variety of things like having a one-night stand, losing weight, starting a family, going bungee jumping, traveling and paying off debts. Of course, it’s easier said than done- 65% of people admit they don’t live life to the fullest because they can’t afford it, while almost 40% simply don’t have the time. To that end, life is short…if you’re going to tackle this list, you better start now!

Here’s the full list:

1. Stop worrying about money

2. Stop worrying about what other people think

3. Take two holidays a year

4. Enjoy little comforts in life

5. Experience different cultures

6. Work to live rather than live to work

7. Pay off all debts

8. Be true to yourself

9. Concentrate on what you have instead of what you don't have

10.Use money on experiences rather than saving for a rainy day

11. Make time for family and friends

12. Try all types of food

13. Find true love

14. Travel to at least 25 different foreign countries

15. Go outside more

16. Learn a new language

17. Be well thought of by family and friends

18. Help a member of your family out when they really need it

19. Lose a stone (14 lbs.) in weight

20. Treat each day like it's your last

21. Visit all of Britain's historical landmarks

22. Book an impulsive last minute holiday

23. Volunteer for a good cause

24. Take up a challenge

25. Go on safari

26. Blow a load of money in one shopping trip, just because you can

27. Learn a new instrument

28. Be married for longer than 20 years

29. Have enough money left for the grandchildren to enjoy

30. Start a family

31. Earn more than your age

32. Have a pet

33. Drive a really fast car

34. Travel alone

35. Be able to keep the kids on the straight and narrow

36. Meet strangers

37. Move away from home to an unfamiliar place

38. Have a one night stand

39. Pass your driving test

40. Get a degree

41. Rescue someone so that you're a hero for a little while

42. Date someone exciting but completely wrong for you

43. Get a promotion

44. Reach the desired career peak by age 40

45. Have an all-night drinking session

46. Perform something on stage in front of others

47. Kiss a stranger

48. Plan a surprise party

49. Embark on adrenaline packed activities such as sky diving or bungee jumping

50. Spend time with children even if they aren't yours

Apr. 5, 2013

The drive-thru prankster is up to it again...check out his "headless" hijinx!


Mar. 18, 2013

Not condoning physical violence here, but this guy probably had this coming...

Feb. 26, 2013

Wow...here's some good ways to make sure you die alone...top ways NOT to propose to someone...guys, take notes!

Feb. 14, 2013


The 2013 Academy of Country Music Award nominees were announced yesterday morning via Facebook and Twitter and Eric Church scored the most nominations with seven nods, while Hunter Hayes was nominated for six awards and Miranda Lambert and Taylor Swift were both nominated for five awards.

Here is a complete list of the 2013 ACM nominees:

Entertainer of the Year

Jason Aldean

Luke Bryan

Miranda Lambert

Blake Shelton

Taylor Swift

Male Vocalist of the year

Jason Aldean

Luke Bryan

Eric Church

Toby Keith

Blake Shelton

Female Vocalist of the year

Miranda Lambert

Martina McBride

Kacey Musgraves

Taylor Swift

Carrie Underwood

Vocal Duo of the year

Big & Rich

Florida Georgia Line

Love and Theft


Thompson Square

Vocal Group of the year

The Band Perry

Eli Young Band

Lady Antebellum

Little Big Town

Zac Brown Band


Lee Brice

Brantley Gilbert

Hunter Hayes


Jana Kramer

Kacey Musgraves

Sunny Sweeney


Florida Georgia Line

Love and Theft

Thompson Square


Florida Georgia Line

Brantley Gilbert

Jana Kramer


Blown Away – Carrie Underwood (19/Arista Nashville)

Produced by: Mark Bright

Chief – Eric Church (EMI-Nashville)

Produced by: Jay Joyce

Red – Taylor Swift (Big Machine Records)

Produced by: Jeff Bhasker, Nathan Chapman, Dann Huff, Jacknife Lee, Max Martin, Shellback, Taylor Swift, Butch Walker, Dan Wilson

tailgates & tanlines – Luke Bryan (Capitol Nashville)

Produced by: Mark Bright, Jeff Stevens

Tornado – Little Big Town (Capitol Nashville)

Produced by: Jay Joyce

Single Record of the Year

Even If It Breaks Your Heart – Eli Young Band (Republic Nashville)

Over You – Miranda Lambert (RCA)

Pontoon – Little Big Town (Capitol Nashville)

Springsteen – Eric Church (EMI-Nashville)

Wanted – Hunter Hayes (Atlantic/WMN)

Song of the Year

A Woman Like You – Lee Brice

Composers: Phil Barton, Johnny Bulford, Jon Stone

Even If It Breaks Your Heart – Eli Young Band

Composers: Will Hoge, Eric Paslay

Over You – Miranda Lambert

Composers: Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton

Springsteen – Eric Church

Composers: Eric Church, Jeff Hyde, Ryan Tyndell

Wanted – Hunter Hayes

Composers: Hunter Hayes, Troy Verges

Video of the Year        

Creepin’ – Eric Church

Director: Peter Zavadil

Merry Go ‘Round – Kacey Musgraves

Director: Perry Bean

Tornado – Little Big Town

Director: Shane Drake

Wanted – Hunter Hayes

Directors: Traci Goudie, Patrick Hubik

We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together – Taylor Swift

Director: Declan Whitebloom

The Wind – Zac Brown Band

Director: Mike Judge

Vocal Event of the Year

Don’t Rush – Kelly Clarkson Featuring Vince Gill

Easy – Rascal Flatts Featuring Natasha Bedingfield

Feel Like A Rock Star – Kenny Chesney (Duet With Tim McGraw)

Let It Rain – David Nail Featuring Sarah Buxton

The Only Way I Know – Jason Aldean With Luke Bryan & Eric Church

The 48th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards will air live on CBS on April 7, 2013.

Jan. 25, 2013
Remember Blake Shelton's possible "diss" on traditional country from yesterday?...country legend Ray Price has put in his two-cents...we have a pic of Ray's Facebook post on our Facebook page...link up and check it out!

Jan. 24, 2013
Has Blake Shelton gone too far this time?...check the link out and you be the judge...we've started a thread on our Facebook page if you want to chime in, too!


Jan. 10, 2013
Watch this...the office here was ROLLING this morning from this video...HILARIOUS!

Dec. 18, 2012
Great prank to get some kisses...until it backfires...check it out!










Dec. 11, 2012
And now for our educational film strip, class...this is actually pretty cool.  It comes from NASA...what Earth looks like at night...check it out!

Dec. 7, 2012
Congrats to Joanie from Tomah, who is sitting 3rd row next Saturday at La Crosse Center for Josh Turner, via our 5-4-3-2-1 contest...AND she was drawn to go backstage to meet Josh!

All next week, we will qualify 1 listener each day to win FRONT ROW SEATS for the show and another pair of MEET & GREETS FOR JOSH TURNER!!

Dec. 6, 2012

As promised, the nominees for The 55th Annual Grammy Awards in the country categories are:

Best Country Solo Performance

Home - Dierks Bentley
Springsteen - Eric Church
Cost Of Livin' - Ronnie Dunn
Wanted - Hunter Hayes
Over - Blake Shelton
Blown Away - Carrie Underwood

Best Country Duo/Group Performance

Even If It Breaks Your Heart - Eli Young Band
Pontoon - Little Big Town
Safe & Sound -Taylor Swift & The Civil Wars
On The Outskirts Of Town - The Time Jumpers
I Just Come Here For The Music - Don Williams Featuring Alison Krauss

Best Country Song

Blown Away - Josh Kear & Chris Tompkins, songwriters (Carrie Underwood)
Cost Of Livin' - Phillip Coleman & Ronnie Dunn, songwriters (Ronnie Dunn)
Even If It Breaks Your Heart - Will Hoge & Eric Paslay, songwriters (Eli Young Band)
So You Don't Have To Love Me Anymore - Jay Knowles & Adam Wright, songwriters (Alan Jackson)
Springsteen - Eric Church, Jeff Hyde & Ryan Tyndell, songwriters (Eric Church)

Best Country Album

Uncaged - Zac Brown Band
Hunter Hayes - Hunter Hayes
Living For A Song: A Tribute To Hank Cochran - Jamey Johnson
Four The Record - Miranda Lambert
The Time Jumpers - The Time Jumpers

Dec. 4, 2012

One of the record Powerball winners from last week finds out his fortune on survaillance camera at a covenience store!...Don't you wish!
Courtesy: CBS This Morning


Nov. 15, 2012

Ben & Arnie go to the time-release safe, deep in the bowels of COW97 to start the biggest tradition of every fall...did you see da turdy pointer?  Listen to how the process works to get this song on the air!

Nov. 1, 2012

Welcome to the Morning Moo Crew page at the all-new cow97.com!...we'll do our best to keep you entertained with some interesting things, including stuff we talk about on the air, right here on this page...thanks for checking out the new website and Ben & Arnie's Moo Crew page!

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