Grazing North Texas: Carolina Jointtail Grass

January 13, 2019 0
By Tony Dean Carolina jointtail grass is a native, warm-season, perennial, rhizomatous grass. It grows between one and three and one-half feet tall. Leaves are between eight and 14 inches in length, with the basal […]

The Swift Fox

November 30, 2018 0
By Russell A. Graves North of Dalhart there isn’t much to stop the wind. A vast prairie cleaves horizontally into an even bigger sky. If you get past the row crops and out to the […]

Confessions of a Hunter – Grass Demons

November 28, 2018 0
By Andy Anderson  Every year they lurk in the grass, lying in wait for their next victim. You don’t know they are there; they don’t let you know they are invading your body until it’s […]

Grazing North Texas – Purpletop Tridens

November 26, 2018 0
By Tony Dean  Purpletop tridens is a native, perennial, warm season bunchgrass that is found across all of Texas except the extreme western areas. It grows in most of the U.S. from the central plains […]

The Delight of Small Game

October 26, 2018 0
By Russell A. Graves Gripping the gun and slipping from my truck to the edge of the tangled underbrush was as close as I could come to time travel. My nephew at my side, we […]

Grazing North Texas – Erect Dayflower

October 20, 2018 0
By Tony Dean  The lack of summer rains over much of North Texas this year deprived some of us of viewing many of the showy forbs native to our prairies. Some of the plants were […]
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