The Ins and Outs of Colic Horses

January 17, 2019 0
By Garrett Metcalf, DVM The horse’s gastrointestinal tract has been plaguing owners and veterinarians for centuries, causing long nights of endless worrying, fear and financial strain. The gastrointestinal tract in horses is far from perfect, […]

The Original War Horse

January 15, 2019 0
By Corsi Martin We have all seen famous paintings depicting Native Americans mounted on a beautiful horse, overlooking a canyon or another beautiful landscape. The two seem to be much of a pair, and after […]

Grazing North Texas: Carolina Jointtail Grass

January 13, 2019 0
By Tony Dean Carolina jointtail grass is a native, warm-season, perennial, rhizomatous grass. It grows between one and three and one-half feet tall. Leaves are between eight and 14 inches in length, with the basal […]

Cotton in Crisis

January 9, 2019 0
By Judy Wade According to the National Cotton Council, in 2017 Texas farmers planted 6,900,000 acres of cotton and harvested 5,500,000 acres yielding 9,270,000 bales. If two north central Clay County farmers are any indication, […]

Meanwhile back at the ranch

January 6, 2019 0
By Rayford Pullen If you’re ready for 2018 to become a memory, raise your hand. What a wreck for those of us who are at the mercy of the weather and markets to make a […]

Ag Elsewhere: Montana

January 5, 2019 0
By Jean Stimpson Solitude for the Soul: “The sunsets in Montana are ‘‘take your breath away beautiful,’’ Montana native and rancher Jean Stimpson described this photo. “No picture can do it justice, but what your eyes […]

Ag Elsewhere: Ghana, Africa

January 4, 2019 0
Photos and description by Tiffany Thompson My four months in Ghana were filled with so much. It’s been four months of excitement, joy and laughter. Four months of frustration, nervousness and challenges. Four months of […]
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