• Country Lifestyles

    Jesses Jewelz

    By Jessica Kader Happy November, the month of cooler temps and comfy layers. This plaid wool snap over shirt is perfect for layering over your T-shirts and long sleeves for cool days and bonfire nights. [...]
  • Country Lifestyles

    When a City Girl Goes Country

    By Annette Bridges There are many things this former city girl used to say she would never, ever do. Of course, sometimes I would say all the things I would always do, but nowadays those [...]
  • Country Lifestyles

    Lacey’s Pantry

    By Lacey Newlin Ingredients: • 4 pork chops, thin and boneless• 1 teaspoon paprika• 2 teaspoons Italian seasoning, divided• Salt and fresh cracked black pepper to taste• 1 tablespoon butter• 1 tablespoon olive oil• 4 [...]
  • Country Lifestyles

    Beef: It’s Still What’s for Dinner!

    By Martha Crump | marthacrump@comcell.net Beef as part of a healthy diet seems to be quite a controversial topic in certain crowds these days, as does the cattle industry in general. If you are a [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch

    By Rayford Pullen The early fall rains in our neck of the woods have proven to be just what the doctor ordered regarding getting our cows in good shape before winter.We’re hoping the first freeze [...]
  • Attractions

    On the Road with Dave Alexander

    Hello Texas music Fans! This month I write to you with a heavy heart as we say goodbye to a great friend of mine and even greater friend to Texas Music. Barbara Martin moved to [...]
  • Attractions

    WNFR Returns to Texas

    After more than three decades in Las Vegas, Nev., the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo returns to its Texas roots at Globe Life Stadium in Arlington on Dec. 3-12, 2020 for 10 rounds of competition among [...]
  • Outdoor

    Selecting Land to Optimize Wildlife Goals

    By Mike Porter, Senior Wildlife and Fisheries Consultant Although most tracts of land offer wildlife management opportunities, wildlife goals are more easily attained on some properties than others. This article addresses some considerations that a [...]
  • Equine

    Ag Elsewhere: Montana

    By Lindsey Monk There is much to be thankful for. Appreciate the small things; sunrises, silver bits and great saddle horses.
  • Outdoor

    Grazing North Texas: Dotted Gayfeather

    By Tony Dean Dotted gayfeather is a native perennial forb that belongs to the sunflower family. It can grow up to two and one half feet tall, with from one to many stems arising from [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Ranch, Rodeo and Randomness

    By Pepper Stewart If you have not watched cable’s number one drama then you have been under a rock. Yellowstone is a television show you either like or you don’t; there is no middle ground. [...]
  • Outdoor

    Noble Learning: Attract More Ducks to Your Pond

    By Mike Porter, Senior Wildlife and Fisheries Consultant Some ponds attract more ducks, and attract ducks more consistently, than other ponds. What can be done to increase the likelihood of ducks visiting a pond? The [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Land Market Report: September Land Sales

    By Jared Groce The North Texas land market is still as hot as ever, with a huge influx of new buyers hitting the market. Many of them are learning quickly that what they want, and [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Mycoplasma ovis

    By Barry Whitworth, DVM / Area Food/Animal Quality and Health Specialist for Eastern Oklahoma Mycoplasma ovis, which was formerly known as Eperythrozoon ovis, is a blood parasite that infects sheep, goats and deer. The organism [...]
  • Country Lifestyles

    Montz Pecans: A Family Business

    As millions settle across the dinner table for a Thanksgiving feast and gather around the Christmas tree to open presents, the Montz family will squeeze in holiday activities around a rather different winter tradition: harvesting [...]
  • Outdoor

    Parting Shot: They Fly Above…

    By Jelly Cocanougher A cold, still rain missed us by a few miles as the tomahawk in the ground parts the storm around us. Circulating in the skies are big doughy clouds. Cool brushes of [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Pain Management in Cattle

    By Barry Whitworth, DVM / Area Food/Animal Quality and Health Specialist for Eastern Oklahoma Pain is not limited to the human experience. Studies show animals experience pain as well. Procedures such as castration and dehorning [...]

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