By Lindsey Monk Happy Spring. This post is ready with all the green moss. Might be time to build some fence.
Congratulations to Lane Burgess of Olney, Texas, winner of our American Hat giveaway at the Wichita Falls Farm and Ranch Expo. Lane is pictured with Jason at American Hat Company, picking up the hat he […]
By Jared Groce February’s rural land sales were slowed down by the significant winter weather event that we all suffered through. I hope that your property and animals made it through safely. Most title companies, […]
By Nikolyn Williams “It ain’t dying I’m talking about, Woodrow it’s living.” There are days I pinch myself thinking I’m going to wake up from this infernal episode of Lonesome Dove any minute. There is […]
By Tressa Lawrence As the sun starts to drop behind the mountains, these heifers receive their daily ration of hay. Some ranchers have experimented and claimed that by feeding their heifers before nightfall they decrease […]
By Tressa Lawrence Frosty mornings on the banks of Clear Creek had these heifers feeling extra spunky on a brisk day as the sun broke through the clouds.
By Rayford Pullen | firstname.lastname@example.org You can almost see spring from here, and for me, that’s a good thing after all the cubing and haying and calving in cold weather. The next four months, March […]
By Lindsey Monk Looking forward to green grass here with calving right around the corner.