October 30, 2017 0
By Russell A. Graves Cruising down a crunchy backroad just after sunrise, the dust from my tires drifts high in the air behind me. The wind is still and after a long, protracted span with […]

AG Elsewhere : Montana

October 29, 2017 0
Photo and description by Jean Stimpson Jean Stimpson, a Montana native and rancher’s wife, photographed this moose July the Fourth of this year while on the Big Horn Mountains above Dayton, Wyo. in the Little […]

Swamp Donkeys and a Sasquatch

October 28, 2017 0
By Andy Anderson  It’s 5 a.m., on this cold December morning. I’m sneaking through the house quietly, careful not to wake the house. I gather my hunting gear, fill the thermos with coffee and head […]

Defending Livestock Against Ticks

October 27, 2017 0
By Jessica Crabtree and Dr. Jered Harlan  Livestock owners may have noticed an increase in external parasites this year. Farmers, ranchers and veterinarians agree we were blessed with a steady rain supply which aided populations, […]

Grazing North Texas – Frogfruit

October 26, 2017 0
By Tony Dean  Frogfruit is a perennial, native forb that creeps along the ground, rooting at the nodes, and can form dense mats several feet in diameter. The plants rise only three to five inches […]

Meanwhile back at the ranch…

October 25, 2017 0
By Rayford Pullen Fall has arrived in North Texas, and here at Pullen Angus we have finished our spring calf weaning, pregnancy tested our spring calving cows, tagged and weighed our fall born calves and […]

On the Road with Dave Alexander

October 24, 2017 0
By Dave Alexander  Howdy Texas Music Fans! Every now and then, usually on my way to buy hay or pick up feed for the horses, I see a rig with a saddled horse in it, […]

Smokestack Restaurant

October 22, 2017 0
By Steve Stevens  About 40 miles west of Weatherford, Texas, on Interstate 20 is the one exit town of Thurber. You can’t miss it, as you will see the giant brick smokestack on the north […]

Red River Station

October 20, 2017 0
By Shannon Gillette Long before it was the jumping off point of the Chisholm Trail, the area that became known as Red River Station had been well traveled for thousands of years. Near the junction […]
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