Welcome to Tantrum Farms Market!
If you’re under 70 years old and never really lived the “Old West,” this might be one of your last chances. They Were Good Men and Salty Cusses is fact. The writing style of Bill Huntington, who for many years wrote a weekly column in Western Livestock Reporter, is a style all its own. Bill was educated on a ranch and horseback, lived around the Indian tribes, performed in the wild west rodeo shows, and will give you an inside look at “The Old West.” It’s autobiography second to none in the annals of western history.
The old timers—who have read the first edition of Salty Cusses published May 28, 1952—say, “Bill Huntington might have helped in the building of an empire, but he did more than that…he lived it.”
The first three editions sold out many years ago. We’re proud to bring you Bill Huntington, the Mark Twain of the livestock west.
Read it, savor it, and learn the ways of the West as only the late Bill Huntington described it!
Pat K. Goggins
April 20, 1998