Ag Elsewhere: Montana

March 5, 2019 0
Photo, description by Lindsey Monk “Since this is my first contribution to Ag Elsewhere in a Texas magazine I felt a Texas Longhorn cow in Montana was appropriate. This winter has been mild so far […]

Ag Elsewhere: California

March 3, 2019 0
By Lainey Smith Alright folks, the buzz word of the day is agvocacy. (Cue cheering, clapping and a general uproar). This play on words, meaning to be an advocate for the agriculture industry, is supposed […]

Cowgirls and Champagne

March 2, 2019 0
By Dani Blackburn Champagne, caviar and fashion will combine to create an entertaining day for local cowgirls as part of a new benefit for the annual Cowboy True event in March. The style show and […]

Ty Woods: ‘Headed’ to the NFR

March 1, 2019 0
When Ty Woods arrived in Las Vegas for the Junior National Finals Rodeo, his thoughts weren’t on winning the open with a pint-sized 10-year-old he had never met. He was there to win a championship […]

A Dream Come True for Clay Smith

March 1, 2019 0
By Judy Wade Clay Smith arrived in Las Vegas in December 2018 for the 60th Wrangler National Finals Rodeo sitting at the top of the list of Pro Rodeo Cowboys Association headers with $115,345 in […]

Parting Shot

February 28, 2019 0
A silent guideline in the code of the west: Washing your dirt and blood-stained hands in the very same trough the worked cattle drank from moments before as you sit down for lunch. A rewarding […]

The Birthplace and House of the Singing Cowboy

February 28, 2019 0
By Savannah Magoteaux With Christmas just behind us, the sounds and jingles of the season’s holiday songs still ring in some ears. More than likely you heard the old-time rendition of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, […]

Meanwhile back at the ranch

February 27, 2019 0
By Rayford Pullen, While it’s the dead of winter, spring calving is under way and keeping those newborns alive and doing good can often be a challenge, particularly with first calf heifers. The biggest […]

Serving the Square

February 26, 2019 0
By Mandi Dietz With time comes change and a melting pot of old and new, creating a destination to rediscover. Most small-town squares, downtowns, and city centers these days resemble that of Parker County, with […]

Doug’s Peach Orchard

February 25, 2019 0
Doug’s Peach Orchard located just across the Red River at 27677 U.S. Highway 81 in Terral, Okla., has survived the test of time to remain a favorite among locals since its beginning in 1948. It […]
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