By Nikolyn Williams I am pretty sure if the non-agriculture community ever came to a Merrell branding, we would have no confusion left about the importance of agriculture, misconceptions about carbon emission, animal welfare, or […]
By Tressa Lawrence Heavy smoke has filled the skies most of the summer in northern Wyoming. Here, cattle graze on irrigated meadows as the sun drops behind the Big Horn Mountains. To read more pick […]
By Lindsey Monk This has been a tough summer for Montana with severe drought and fires. Can you tell which side of the fence line was grazed?
By Jared Groce The North Texas land market is continuing on its crazy, skyward pace, despite slightly more inventory being available to buyers. Land tracts of every size are still in high demand, with an […]
By Rayford Pullen There are 75 days until our first average freeze date here in North Texas, which normally occurs around November 15. Although grass growth is little or nothing after nighttime temperatures begin hovering […]
By Barry Whitworth, DVM / Area Food/Animal Quality and Health Specialist for Eastern Oklahoma Summer is usually hot and dry for most of Texas and Oklahoma. This type of weather is great for baling and […]
By Jared Groce June land sales in North Texas continue on an unparalleled pace with prices still continuing at an all time high. The number of transactions has increased which leads me to believe there […]
By Nikolyn Williams There have been plenty of times over the past 30 some odd years when I have questioned, screamed, yelled, and yes, even thrown rocks and dented what was a brand-new pickup, new […]
By Tressa Lawrence Haying season in Wyoming is marked by record high temperatures and below average rainfall. How many cuttings do you average? Have you had the usual amount of rain?