Grazing North Texas: Purple Threeawn

November 16, 2021 0
By Tony Dean | Purple threeawn is a short-lived perennial grass that is native to the western two-thirds of the United States, and can be found in Northern Mexico and Southern Canada. This species […]

Confessions of a Hunter

November 9, 2021 0
By Andy Anderson The following is the first piece contributed by writer Andy Anderson in Volume 4, Issue 2 of NTFR Magazine. We hope you enjoy a bit of nostalgia from NTFR’s past. The internet […]

Parting Shot: Notes of Crisped Air…

October 31, 2021 0
By Jelly Cocanougher Slow movement of water streaming from mountain passes causes water so clear that when bugs dance on the surface tension, it mimics silken glass. The glaciers drip water into the lakes that […]

Confessions of a Hunter

October 30, 2021 0
By Andy Anderson Since the first domesticated dog was documented, their role was to aid in hunting. Dogs have since been bred and trained for a wide range of use and most importantly, companionship. I […]

The Garden Guy

October 28, 2021 0
By Norman Winter | Horticulturist, Author, Speaker If someone had told me that there was a heliotrope that could hang with a lantana over a long hot and wet summer, I would have said when […]

Grazing North Texas

October 18, 2021 0
By Tony Dean Sand dropseed is a native, perennial, warm season grass that is adapted to all parts of Texas except the eastern region next to Louisiana. In North Texas, it grows to 18 to […]

Parting Shot: Alongside the trees, we grow…

September 30, 2021 0
By Jelly Cocanougher How do trees make us and animals so drawn to them? By being representative of life and grounded with earth. They are remarkably designed, with interlocking webbing systems that allows a tree […]

Grazing North Texas

September 28, 2021 0
By Tony Dean | When considering planting perennial grasses or other perennial forage for grazing or haying, we should look at all of the options and make an informed decision. This practice not only […]

Confessions of a Hunter

September 26, 2021 0
By Andy Anderson I grew up hunting and fishing in a time when we had no box blinds, fancy tripods, electronic feeders and definitely no trail cameras. There actually wasn’t much advanced technology to exploit […]
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