Mildred Farris — Rodeo Royalty

May 20, 2018 0
By Judy Wade “The prettiest picture was when Mildred carried the American Flag and Clem McSpadden read the Cowboy Prayer at the National Finals in Oklahoma City,” said Donna McSpadden, wife of the late Clem […]

Grazing North Texas — To Kill A Mesquite

May 19, 2018 0
By Tony Dean  Ranchers interested in using aerial spray for mesquite control usually pick one of two options. Some elect to use a less expensive chemical in an attempt to simply defoliate the trees and […]

[AgriLife Today] Texas Crop and Weather Report for May 15, 2018

May 15, 2018 0
By: Adam Russell Demand for sheep, goats remains high amid strong meat, wool, mohair markets Writer: Adam Russell, 903-834-6191, Contact: Dr. Reid Redden, 325-653-4576, SAN ANGELO – The demand for sheep and goats continues to […]

Tack Talk

May 14, 2018 0
By Krista Lucas  The equine market seems to be growing daily, not with just horses but also in the choices of tack, feed, supplements and just about anything else one can imagine for a horse. […]

Umbilical infections in foals

May 12, 2018 0
By Lauren Lamb, DVM The umbilical stump (navel) is the remnant of the umbilical cord. The umbilical cord contains large vessels (umbilical artery and vein), which transport blood between the fetus and the placenta within […]

Confessions of a Hunter : Then and Now

May 11, 2018 0
By Andy Anderson  A few days ago my son, Clay and I were enjoying a Sunday afternoon. I was flipping through the TV to find one of his beloved “Army” shows or a hunting show, […]

Foal Season : One Tough Mother

May 10, 2018 0
By Corsi Martin  With the blooming of spring comes flowers, warm breezes, green trees, seas of bluebonnets along Texas highways, and much needed showers. These are surefire indicators of springtime in North Texas, but for […]
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