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Peanut Butter Cups

By Kelly Bogard Some things are just better together. Spaghetti and meatballs, chili and cornbread, and green beans and bacon just to name a few. But peanut butter pairs well with so many foods, and it's tasty by itself! I wanted to do something special for National Peanut Butter Lover's Month. It was really hard to [...]

No two farms are alike and that’s okay

By Julie Tomascik T-shirts aren’t one-size-fits-all, so why should Texas agriculture be that way? The Lone Star State is uniquely different from the other 49 states in countless ways. Our state is growing exponentially as families relocate here, and oftentimes, we experience all four seasons in one day. Just as the people and weather are [...]

5 Super Soups

By Kelly Bogard Soups and stews are a mainstay in our house through the fall and winter months. There's just something soothing about that warm, savory meal that makes my soul happy. We are just past our second cold front of the year here is Central Texas, and my soup pot is screaming to get [...]

Animal welfare: It’s already in practice

By Justin Walker Animal welfare. It is, and has been, a hot topic surrounding agriculture. It’s a priority of Texas cattlemen and women. And of consumers. From niche markets to mainstream consumer markets, ranchers in the Lone Star State play a unique role in providing a safe, nutritious product. And it all starts on farms [...]

Apple Nachos

By Kelly Bogard Are you ready for the trick-or-treaters next week? I have the candy ready. But I also need a good dinner and a sweet snack so my kiddo can make it through the exciting evening! Apples are a great way to get that sweet flavor in a healthy way. And why not dress [...]

Fall on Texas farms, ranches

By Julie Tomascik Crisp mornings. Changing colors. And a buzz of urgency and excitement hang in the air. It’s fall on the farm. When farmers and ranchers are hurrying to harvest crops. Or get the seeds of next year in the ground. It may seem early, but the first snow of the year is always [...]