Grazing North Texas – Johnson Grass

February 26, 2018 0
By Tony Dean  In the 1840s, Colonel William Johnson owned a fertile river bottom farm in South Carolina. A friend gave Colonel Johnson seed for a grass originating in Turkey and the Colonel planted the […]

Deer In Decline

February 19, 2018 0
By Russell A. Graves He’s the deer I’ve been searching for over the past couple of days. Driving throu-h the rugged badlands of the Tongue River Country of Northwest Texas, mule deer are numerous but […]

Desert Deer

January 30, 2018 0
By Russell A. Graves  West of the 100th meridian, where the sky domes over wide open plains, desert mule deer roam the draws, wheat field and mountain crags over a range that encompasses almost half […]

Confessions of a Hunter – Who am I?

January 28, 2018 0
By Andy Anderson  I get to meet a lot of people in my profession, I love people. I enjoy getting to know them and learn something about them. I have always found it interesting the […]

Devastation Overnight – Armyworms

December 26, 2017 0
By Jessica Crabtree  Fall armyworms, Spodoptera frugiperda, are not an uncommon nuisance across north and central Texas crops. The tiny torturers have a wide variety of hosts or food sources they migrate to. That includes […]

Confessions of a Hunter

December 24, 2017 0
By Andy Anderson  I was about 12 or 13 years old, hunting on my own. I picked my own spot out, did the work to build a tree stand, plant a food plot and set […]

Grazing North Texas – Green sprangletop

December 22, 2017 0
By Tony Dean  Green sprangletop is a native perennial bunch grass. It can grow from 12 to 48 inches in height and leaves are from four to 18 inches long. An interesting thing about this […]
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