Parting Shot: Load Up, Let’s Go…

August 31, 2021 0

By Jelly Cocanougher Your dog was trained for this moment since she was only a baby pup. But gravity insists, rolling off of the console into your lap because she got a little too comfy […]

Grazing North Texas: Kleingrass

August 30, 2021 0

By Tony Dean Although Kleingrass is not native to Texas, it is one of those grasses that works so well here we might as well consider it an established part or our grass family. It […]

On the Road with Dave Alexander

August 28, 2021 0

If you are looking for the newest hot spot in North Texas where you can enjoy fine Texas wine, live music and dining, you will want to make Firelight Winery in Valley View your next […]

Beef By-products, Part 6

August 26, 2021 0

In the last few issues of North Texas Farm and Ranch, we dove deep into beef by-products, or the products produced by beef animals aside from the meat that nourishes our bodies. For part six, […]

Lacey’s Pantry: Cherry Cream Cheese Bars

August 24, 2021 0

By Lacey Newlin INGREDIENTS1 cup butter – softened2 cups sugar1 teaspoon kosher salt4 eggs1 teaspoon vanilla extract1/2 teaspoon almond extract3 cups all-purpose flour1 teaspoon baking powder2 cans (21 ounce each) cherry pie fillingCheesecake Layer:1 package […]

Jesses Jewelz

August 22, 2021 0

By Jesse Kader August is a month of transition and preparation for many. Summer is ending, school is starting, fall is peeking around the corner. There are so many new things to look forward to. […]

When a City Girl Goes Country

August 22, 2021 0

By Annette Bridges Is your life filled with routines and favorites? Do you have that favorite shirt you would wear every day if you could? My hubby does, or I should say he did. That […]

The World of Rodeo Photography

August 19, 2021 0

By Phillip Kitts Have you ever browsed through social media and come across cool rodeo pictures? Has this ever sparked curiosity?Opening with a disclaimer that not all rodeo media operates the same and some photographers […]

Red, Whitesboro and Blue

August 17, 2021 0

By Krista Lucas Wynn North Texas has experienced quite a bit of rain the past couple of months. The rain did not keep the annual Whitesboro, Texas rodeo from continuing its tradition of hosting some […]

Proud Flesh – An Age Old Problem

August 15, 2021 0

By Dr. Garrett Metcalf, DVM If you have been around horses very long you know horses love to hurt themselves a lot, and when they do it is many times on their lower extremities. This […]

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