The Emotional Life of a Horse

August 30, 2015 0
By Martin Aldridge Five year-old Freya is none too pleased with – well – everything. Her head is high and she turns it away whenever someone tries to get her attention. She’s tense and the whites of her eyes keep flashing […]

Expert: Managing pastures doesn’t_only mean growing grass

August 28, 2015 0
By: Kay Ledbetter Writer: Kay Ledbetter, 806-677-5608, skledbetter@ag.tamu.edu Contact: Tim Steffens, 806-651-2781, tsteffens@wtamu.edu AMARILLO – What a pasture should look like – whether a waving sea of grass or one with diverse vegetation – depends […]

Balloon Spectacular Sets New Event Date October 30 – November 1

August 27, 2015 0
Balloon Spectacular Sets New Event Date October 30 – November 1 For Immediate Release                                 Contact:               Kristi Rigsby                                 Event Director                                 940-612-8607                                 Kristi.rigsby@ntmconline.net   GAINESVILLE — The last weekend in October this year will […]

Fall has arrived

August 20, 2015 0
By Rayford Pullen It is almost impossible to believe that fall is here. If you are like me, when the kids go back to school, fall has arrived and it is a welcome relief knowing we will have a break […]

Texas crop, weather for June 16, 2015

June 17, 2015 0
By: Robert Burns Pre-harvest wheat sprouting not as severe as anticipated Writer: Robert Burns, 903-834-6191, rd-burns@tamu.edu COLLEGE STATION – In late May, it appeared many wheat growers were poised to suffer big discounts because of […]

Assignment: Texas – A Prairie in Pieces – Part 3

June 3, 2015 0
By Russell Graves Despite the bad news, acres of pristine prairie do remain. Sixty miles northeast of Dallas, nestled between Blue Ridge and Celeste, are a couple of places of ecological significance. Collin County-owned Parkhill […]
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