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Wanted: Farmers and ranchers

By Jennifer Dorsett Farmers grow our food, but we often take it for granted. Sure, it may cross our minds from time to time, but have you ever stopped to really think about all that goes into running a farm or ranch? Or why so few are doing it these days? Farming and ranching is [...]

July 2, 2019|Categories: Featured, Texas Agriculture|Tags: , , , , |1 Comment

School’s out. Summer’s in!

By Macie Clugston School is out. And summer is in! But on the farm, summer activities look a bit different. Early mornings. Late nights. And long, hot hours in between. Summer is a busy season in agriculture. The to-do list is never-ending on a farm. In the wise words of farmers everywhere, “the work doesn’t [...]

Texas brings the beef

By Julie Tomascik A cow here. A cow there. Cows everywhere! That’s because Texas is the top beef-producing state in the nation, and raising cattle is the largest part of Texas agriculture. What does that mean for you as a consumer? Tasty, flavorful beef in all forms on your table. Did you know one 1,300-lb. [...]

May 7, 2019|Categories: Beef, Featured, Texas Agriculture|Tags: , |1 Comment

Changing demographics in ag reflect more women, young farmers

By Justin Walker Times are changing. That’s true for agriculture, as well. Technology. Consumer demands. Prices. But that’s not all. Farm demographics in Texas and the United States are changing, too. Women and young farmers and ranchers are doing their part in agriculture, breaking stereotypes and pursuing their passions. In the recently released 2017 Census [...]

April 23, 2019|Categories: Featured, Texas Agriculture|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Litter, balloons trash Texas

By Julie Tomascik Let’s talk trash, Texas. Plastic cups. Napkins. Fast food packaging. Even full trash bags. That litter is trashing up our beautiful state. About 435 million pieces of visible litter can be found on Texas roadways, according to the Don’t Mess With Texas campaign. That’s a lot, and that’s only the trash we [...]