• Outdoor

    The Garden Guy

    By Norman Winter | Horticulturist, Author, Speaker Rainbow Rhythm Daylilies Transform Problem Area into Secret Garden As strange as it sounds, my secret garden is a daylily garden. This doesn’t mean I am a closet [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Ag Elsewhere: Wyoming

    By Tressa Lawrence Riders and their border collies move cattle to water as Wyoming braces for another year of drought.
  • Attractions

    On the Road with Dave Alexander

    Texans have been known to have had a long history of putting their own spin on things. The Whitehorse Steakhouse at Oak Meadow ranch in Valley View, Texas is no exception to this perception. Where [...]
  • Outdoor

    Grazing North Texas: American Basketflower

    By Tony Dean | tonydean.tx1@gmail.com American basketflower is an annual wildflower native to a large portion of North America. Although Texas is a diverse state, basketflower can be found in all 10 vegetative areas, including [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Ag Elsewhere: Montana

    By Lindsey Monk With June wrapping up so will most of the brandings. Tyler Sherman with the calf necked and Kirk Lohof go in to heel.
  • Farm & Ranch

    Quarantine Drenching

    By Barry Whitworth, DVM / Area Food/Animal Quality and Health Specialist for Eastern Oklahoma With the overuse of anthelmintics (dewormers) in livestock production, gastrointestinal nematodes (GIN), which are commonly referred to as worms, have developed [...]
  • Country Lifestyles

    Lacey’s Pantry: Butter Pecan Ice Cream

    By Lacey Newlin Ice cream base:• 6 large egg yolks• 6 tablespoons unsalted butter• 1 cup brown sugar• 1/4 teaspoon salt• 2 cups heavy cream• 2 cups whole milk• 1 teaspoon vanilla extractPecans:• 1 cup [...]
  • Equine

    Memorial Roping

    By Krista Lucas Wynn Springtime brought plenty of rain to North Texas, but the wet conditions did not stop cowboys and cowgirls from gathering Memorial Day weekend for the 47th Windy Ryon Memorial Roping. The [...]
  • Country Lifestyles

    When a City Girl Goes Country

    By Annette Bridges I have often been asked how I come up with my ideas to both my writing and the products I create and sell in my little gift shop. The answer is pretty [...]
  • Outdoor

    Confessions of a Hunter

    By Andy Anderson One of the more common tactics when hunting is to plant food plots with a diverse seed mix to satisfy a wide variety of species. Some are planted with the intended purpose [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Freedom an’ Whisky

    By Nikolyn Williams I had been noticing for a while old structures that resembled small outhouses, or the back of old milk trucks, that seemed to be strategically placed throughout and deep within the canyon. [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch…

    By Rayford Pullen | rcpullen@yahoo.com It’s a wonderful time to be in the cattle business with the abundance of grass we have grown this year. If you’re not trying to bale hay, combine wheat or [...]
  • Equine

    Old Fort Days Rodeo sees record crowds

    By Phillip Kitts Fort Smith, Ark., has played host to a major rodeo in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association for more than 80 years. In the history of the rodeo, the event has seen many [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Land Market Report

    By Jared Groce The North Texas land market does not seem to have a brake pedal on it at all these days. For 13 months now, I have been telling of an ever-increasing demand as [...]
  • Attractions

    Friends, Family and Food

    By Martha Crump | marthacrump@comcell.net Coming through spring and heading full steam into summer has been an interesting time for those of us in much of North Texas. May was delightfully cooler and encouraged us [...]
  • Equine

    Porterfield Performance Horses

    “It all boils down to if you put your mind and heart and soul behind something and work hard for it, you can accomplish it.” – Kody Porterfield Kody Porterfield wasn’t born into a cutting [...]
  • Outdoor

    Parting Shot: Saturday at latest…

    By Jelly Cocanougher He poked around with an old bottle as the sunset faded behind, swaying grass in front of him. The careful light danced across his face. The moon rested above him, becoming more [...]
  • Outdoor

    Grazing North Texas

    By Tony Dean, tonydean.tx1@gmail.com There are several species of grasses belonging to the Brome family growing in North Texas, but the two most common are Cheat and Rescue. Rescue grass can behave as an annual [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Ag Elsewhere: Wyoming

    By Tressa Lawrence Green pastures and spring gathers are a welcome sight. Sagebrush speckles the range of northern Wyoming, providing shelter for wildlife such as the sage grouse.

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