• Farm & Ranch

    Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch…

    By Rayford Pullen We have not had much luck bringing in the new year on a positive note the last couple of years so here is hoping our luck will change for the better. According [...]
  • Equine

    Equine Epistaxis or Nosebleeds: When To Panic

    By Dr. Garrett Metcalf, DVM Epistaxis is the medical term used to describe a nosebleed. Nosebleeds are a fairly common occurrence in horses, and there are several sources that the blood can arise from within [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Toxoplasmosis in Goats

    By Barry Whitworth, DVM Abortions in small ruminants is caused by a variety of microorganisms. One microorganism that is found throughout the world and can cause reproductive issues in small ruminants is Toxoplasma gondii. T. [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Ranch, Rodeo and Randomness

    By Pepper Stewart Yellowstone season four is here and plenty of people saw it. Season four has dominated the television and streaming services with more than 14 million viewers who tuned in to see what [...]
  • Country Lifestyles

    Lacey’s Pantry

    By Lacey Newlin For the Butter Pecans:• 1 and 1/4 cup pecan halves, finely chopped• 3 tablespoons unsalted butterFor the Butter Pecan Cookies:• 2 and 1/2 cups all-purpose flour• 1 tablespoons cornstarch• 3/4 teaspoon salt• [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Ag Elsewhere: Montana

    By Lindsey Monk This was actually taken at Kaycee, Wyo., in November. We were down there helping a friend ship calves. You don’t have to live next door to someone to “neighbor” them.
  • Outdoor

    The Garden Guy

    By Norman Winter, Horticulturist, Author, Speaker The Old Town Community of North Columbus is once again schooling us on the use of horse troughs for cool season color and this year they are maximizing the [...]
  • Outdoor

    Grazing North Texas

    By Tony Dean Annual broomweed can be a real nuisance to North Texas ranchers when we have a “broomweed year.” Broomweed, along with Western ragweed, are two of the most troublesome weeds that plague our [...]
  • Country Lifestyles

    When a City Girl Goes Country

    By Annette Bridges I’m a hat girl. For years and years, I never wore hats. I quite simply never even thought about wearing them. I do not recall being around other boys or girls who [...]
  • Equine

    Cowgirl Spirit

    By Krista Lucas Wynn Cowgirls were alive and well in Fort Worth, Texas, Nov. 12-14, 2021. The second annual Cowgirl Gathering drew cowgirls and fans alike from all over the country for a weekend full [...]
  • Attractions

    On the Road with Dave Alexander

    It has been said, “If you want to play in Texas, you’ve gotta have a fiddle in the band,” and to many that will always remain true. However, there is another instrument responsible for defining [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Ag Elsewhere: Wyoming

    By Tressa Lawrence Lola the Cowdog is less than impressed with the amount of snow piling up. Happy New Year from Wyoming!
  • Country Lifestyles

    Jesses Jewelz

    By Jesse Kader Happy New Year! I can’t believe I’m saying that. I hope everyone had a fabulous Christmas and brought in the new year in a stylish fashion. This jacket is a great statement [...]
  • Outdoor

    Confessions of a Hunter

    By Andy Anderson December is a month of magic, excitement, Santa, and giant, old, smart bucks. Just after the rut it always seems as if those big boys just disappear, ghost of the woods, rarely [...]
  • Farm & Ranch

    Front Porch Perspective

    By Ann Asher As you’re reading this, Christmas has come and gone. For me, however, that is still almost four weeks away. It’s a great time of year. Right now I’m remembering how I used [...]
  • Outdoor

    Looking back and now looking ahead…

    By Jelly Cocanougher What is a best friend if it’s not covered in fur and doesn’t attend exploratory missions in nature alongside you? A little bomb of love that explodes when they see you. Reflection [...]
  • Outdoor

    Grazing North Texas: Maximillian Sunflower

    By Tony Dean | tonydean.tx1@gmail.com People love to see pretty wildflowers, and this one certainly qualifies. The bright yellow flowers, from three to six inches in diameter, decorate Texas roadsides during late summer and early [...]

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