Ag Elsewhere: Scotland

August 27, 2019 0

NTFR contributor Annette Bridges recently ventured overseas to visit the beautiful country of Scotland. While there, she snapped some photos of what agriculture looks like in the United Kingdom’s northernmost country. Pictured is a pasture […]

Princess Hunter

August 24, 2019 0

By Andy Anderson She is all of five years old, about three and half feet tall, long brown hair and the biggest most beautiful blue eyes. She is a charmer; quick and witty with her […]

Preserving Time

August 22, 2019 0

By Mandi Dietz From clocks to antiques, trucks, homes and family values; Mack Dobbs, former farmer, county commissioner and Clock Shop owner, devotes the majority of his time to preservation. These days, Dobbs can be […]

On the Road with Dave Alexander

August 20, 2019 0

Howdy Texas Music Fans. Texas music has a long history. First came the singing cowboys on the historic cattle trails. Soon Texas Ranch dances became the social rage among ranchers and cotton farmers. As our […]

When a City Girl Goes Country

August 18, 2019 0

By Annette Bridges I’ve had more than a few friends ask me how I deal with being out in the boonies, as they would describe it. That question is often immediately followed by another one, […]

Lacey’s Pantry: Lamb Chops

August 16, 2019 0

Total Time: 20 minutes Servings: 6-8 INGREDIENTS • 8 lamb loin or rib chops (1-inch thick) • 1 tablespoon chopped fresh thyme leaves, plus 1 large sprig • 3/4 teaspoon kosher salt, divided • 1/4 […]

Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch

August 15, 2019 0

By Rayford Pullen The dead of summer is a hard time to think about fall and winter pastures, but if you are going to be successful, plans need to be made when the sweat is […]

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