A Christmas Ornament fit for the Capitol

November 30, 2015 0
By Jessica Crabtree The holiday season is such a unique and special time of year, specifically Christmas. It’s where traditions emerge, families unite and memories are made. The older you get, it becomes more apparent […]

Living with Horses – Part 3

November 29, 2015 0
By Janis Blackwell Whether weekend warrior or year round professional, many who travel with horses have determined that living quarters trailers are literally the “way to go.” Living quarters trailers vary from the super small […]

Vitamin E Importance in Horses

November 27, 2015 0
By Dr. Molly Bellefeuille Vitamin E is plentiful in lush green pastures, especially in alfalfa. However, with harvesting and storage, the levels of vitamin E diminish about ten-fold below the levels in fresh forage. Due […]

Giving Thanks

November 26, 2015 0
By Steve Stevens As Thanksgiving approaches, I started thinking about past Thanksgivings and how it related to my cowboy lifestyle. I grew up with a traditional family Thanksgiving. Mom made the turkey and whatever family […]

December 2015 profile – Bobby DelVecchio

November 25, 2015 0
By Jessica Crabtree Bobby Steiner said it best: “There was no straight road from the Bronx to this podium,” as he introduced Bobby DelVecchio on the night he was inducted into the National Cowboy and […]

Ranching Down Under

November 24, 2015 0
By Samantha Hall In 2006 in the midst of Australia’s worst drought in 100 years, with no feed left on the place and no agistment (grazing) available, my family put all our cattle on “the […]

Texas crop, weather report for Nov. 24, 2015

November 24, 2015 0
By: Robert Burns AgriLife Expert: 2015 is ‘jubilee’ year for deer hunting Writer: Robert Burns, 903-834-6191, rd-burns@tamu.edu COLLEGE STATION – Thanks to plenty of rain at the right times, the 2015 hunting season has been […]

Parting with Pathogens that cause BRD

November 22, 2015 0
By Jessica Crabtree & Dr. Jered Harlan As Texas temperatures drop and rise, the unpredictable weather is not exactly conducive to keeping cattle healthy. A range of things can happen at different stages of their […]

Meanwhile back at the ranch…

November 20, 2015 0
By Rayford Pullen El Nino finally made its showing in October albeit towards the end of the month instead of my preference for the first of the month.  As we have come to know from […]
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