Higgins Branchini Shooting Foundation

January 31, 2018 0
By Dani Blackburn Michael Higgins and his wife, Melinda Branchini, of Forestburg found a way to ingeniously unite their two passions — education and shooting — in a way that gives back to others when […]

Desert Deer

January 30, 2018 0
By Russell A. Graves  West of the 100th meridian, where the sky domes over wide open plains, desert mule deer roam the draws, wheat field and mountain crags over a range that encompasses almost half […]

[AgriLife Today] Study sheds light on nodulation in legume crop guar

January 30, 2018 0
By: Kay Ledbetter Writer: Kay Ledbetter, 806-677-5608, skledbetter@ag.tamu.edu Contact: Dr. Curtis Adams, 940-552-9941, Curtis.Adams@ag.tamu.edu VERNON – Texas A&M AgriLife scientists are conducting several research projects to improve producers’ understanding of guar and the legume’s value to their […]

AG Elsewhere – Montana : Sundogs

January 29, 2018 0
Photo and Details by Jean Stimpson Montana rancher’s wife Jean Stimpson detailed this photo saying, “A cold front had moved in quickly. We got about two feet of snow and it was cold. It was […]

Confessions of a Hunter – Who am I?

January 28, 2018 0
By Andy Anderson  I get to meet a lot of people in my profession, I love people. I enjoy getting to know them and learn something about them. I have always found it interesting the […]

Meanwhile back at the ranch…

January 25, 2018 0
By Rayford Pullen Spring calving in the middle of winter has advantages and disadvantages, and in my opinion the advantages are worth dealing with in this unpredictable weather. Here are the tools we keep on […]

The House A Treasure Built

January 22, 2018 0
By Judy Wade Oro! Spanish gold! Many have sought it, but few have found it. U. S. Sherman Joines is one of the rare exceptions. The story begins in 1759 when Colonel Parilla, a Spanish […]
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