Young Riders Vie for World Title

January 19, 2021 0

By Phillip Kitts The year 2020 showed Texas to be a mecca for rodeo action. With the ongoing pandemic and the world continuing to stay at a standstill, the questions came rushing about where rodeo […]

Imus in the Arena

January 17, 2021 0

By Krista Lucas Wynn Rodeo is a sport unlike any other, and Wyatt Imus is a cowboy unlike any other. The 22-year-old, who was primarily raised in New York City, is in his second year […]

Ag Elsewhere: Wyoming

January 9, 2021 0

By Tressa Lawrence The deep snow and blustery temperatures of Northeastern Wyoming mean feeding hay daily, often in locations that are best reached by tractor if possible. At the foot of the Bighorn Mountains, the […]

Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch…

January 7, 2021 0

By Rayford Pullen In our area of the world, I’ve always considered January 15 through February15 as the worst part of the winter where gains are hard to come by due to calories being spent […]

The Garden Guy

January 7, 2021 0

By Norman Winter | Horticulturist, Author, Speaker This year with all of its challenges many gardeners have experienced a ‘Call of the Wild’ type moment. It’s not a call to plant a jungle or a […]

Grazing North Texas: Annual Broomweed

January 5, 2021 0

By Tony Dean Annual broomweed can be a real nuisance to North Texas ranchers when we have a “broomweed year.” Broomweed, along with Western ragweed, are two of the most troublesome weeds that plague our […]

Youth Livestock Shows Move Forward

January 4, 2021 0

The COVID-19 pandemic impacted youth livestock shows across the Lone Star State when it hit during the spring of 2020. The effects continue to be felt as each event organization has been tasked with making […]

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