By Jelly Cocanougher When at our western neighbors of the north, Wyoming foothills stun us native Texans with their beauty. Though we are world travelers, the ethereal vibe of the area makes one want to […]
By Dr. Garrett Metcalf, DVM Why is urine coming from my foal’s umbilicus? This is a fairly common issue every year horse owners will face when having newborn foals. Since foaling season is well underway […]
By Norman Winter | Horticulturist, Author, Speaker Rainbow Rhythm Daylilies Transform Problem Area into Secret Garden As strange as it sounds, my secret garden is a daylily garden. This doesn’t mean I am a closet […]
By Tressa Lawrence Riders and their border collies move cattle to water as Wyoming braces for another year of drought.
Texans have been known to have had a long history of putting their own spin on things. The Whitehorse Steakhouse at Oak Meadow ranch in Valley View, Texas is no exception to this perception. Where […]
By Tony Dean | firstname.lastname@example.org American basketflower is an annual wildflower native to a large portion of North America. Although Texas is a diverse state, basketflower can be found in all 10 vegetative areas, including […]
By Jim Johnson / Senior Agricultural Consultant, Noble Research Institute You may think the common thread between drought and flood is water or living in Texas. While these may be true, another shared factor is […]
By Lindsey Monk With June wrapping up so will most of the brandings. Tyler Sherman with the calf necked and Kirk Lohof go in to heel.
By Barry Whitworth, DVM / Area Food/Animal Quality and Health Specialist for Eastern Oklahoma With the overuse of anthelmintics (dewormers) in livestock production, gastrointestinal nematodes (GIN), which are commonly referred to as worms, have developed […]
By Lacey Newlin Ice cream base:• 6 large egg yolks• 6 tablespoons unsalted butter• 1 cup brown sugar• 1/4 teaspoon salt• 2 cups heavy cream• 2 cups whole milk• 1 teaspoon vanilla extractPecans:• 1 cup […]