• Country Lifestyles

    Beyond the Beef: Cattle Byproducts, Part 2

    By Dani Blackburn In the March issue of North Texas Farm and Ranch, we introduced our first article in a 10-part series on beef byproducts. When a beef animal is harvested, 60 percent of it [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Ag Elsewhere: Montana

    By Lindsey Monk Happy Spring. This post is ready with all the green moss. Might be time to build some fence.
  • Farm & Ranch

    Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch…

    By Rayford Pullen The feed wagon is now parked. I never thought April would make it after the winter we have all endured and as mentioned before. Despite April 15 being tax day, it also [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    American Hat Giveaway

    Congratulations to Lane Burgess of Olney, Texas, winner of our American Hat giveaway at the Wichita Falls Farm and Ranch Expo. Lane is pictured with Jason at American Hat Company, picking up the hat he [...]
  • Country Lifestyles

    On the Road with Dave Alexander

    This old world is constantly changing yet some things never change, but they do get better. That was my first thought when I heard the first cut from a brand new CD by my friend [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Freedom an’ Whiskey

    By Nikolyn Williams “It ain’t dying I’m talking about, Woodrow it’s living.” There are days I pinch myself thinking I’m going to wake up from this infernal episode of Lonesome Dove any minute. There is [...]
  • Country Lifestyles

    Snowstorms, Crosses & Texans

    By Martha Crump | marthacrump@comcell.net As April heralds the hopeful blush of spring, I would be remiss in not mentioning a few things about what has so recently transpired in all of Texas. We are [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Ag Elsewhere: Wyoming

    By Tressa Lawrence As the sun starts to drop behind the mountains, these heifers receive their daily ration of hay. Some ranchers have experimented and claimed that by feeding their heifers before nightfall they decrease [...]
  • Outdoor

    Grazing North Texas: Cobaea penstemon

    By Tony Dean | tonydean.tx1@gmail.com It’s not often that a “pasture flower” really catches my eye. When out on the land, I am usually focused on the grassy plants that supply most of our grazing. [...]
  • Equine

    Eyes on the Future

    By Phillip Kitts In a recent conversation with some folks outside of the rodeo industry the talks lead to a rather heated debate over how much the political climate in America can influence western sports. [...]
  • Outdoor

    Confessions of a Hunter

    By Andy Anderson Mother Nature in all her splendor and awe, can be and is often the cruelest manager of wildlife. The recent polar vortex to hit Texas is a prime example of just how [...]
  • Outdoor

    The Garden Guy

    By Norman Winter | Horticulturist, Author, Speaker Machu Morado is one of the most intriguing new plants in both name and performance. In reality it is a dream come true but I’ll explain. First it [...]
  • Country Lifestyles

    The Quebe Sisters

    By Dani Blackburn The Quebe Sisters were born and raised in the Lone Star State, home of Western swing music. With their mesmerizing fiddles and soaring vocals, the trio has kept the traditional tunes alive [...]
  • Outdoor

    Parting Shot: Happy Days…

    By Jelly Cocanougher As he runs he gets little flowers stuck to his fur while he is guiding the group that is walking behind. The warmth of the setting sun warms their backs, concluding that [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Ag Elsewhere: Wyoming

    By Tressa Lawrence Frosty mornings on the banks of Clear Creek had these heifers feeling extra spunky on a brisk day as the sun broke through the clouds.
  • Outdoor

    Grazing North Texas

    By Tony Dean, tonydean.tx1@gmail.com Sustainable Grazing. What exactly does that mean? I think I know what it means, but what does it look like? How do I achieve it? The answer is just what you [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch…

    By Rayford Pullen | rcpullen@yahoo.com You can almost see spring from here, and for me, that’s a good thing after all the cubing and haying and calving in cold weather. The next four months, March [...]
  • Outdoor

    The Garden Guy

    By Norman Winter | Horticulturist, Author, Speaker The National Garden Bureau has declared 2021 the year of the hardy hibiscus and The Garden Guy thinks this is absolutely terrific. Actually, I would go a-step further [...]

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