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Why does trade matter?

By Jessica Domel In just a few short weeks, officials from the U.S., Canada and Mexico will sit down to renegotiate a multi-billion-dollar trade deal–the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). But what does that mean for you and me? Why does trade matter? 1) Availability. Whether a specific fruit or vegetable is in season [...]

Blueberry Skillet Cake

By Kelly Bogard Blueberry season is winding down in East Texas. But there's still plenty of opportunities to get your hands on some of those plump little berries. Want to pick your own? One blueberry grower says to pick 'em early in the morning! Get more tips and information about blueberries on the Texas Farm Bureau Radio Network. [...]

5 lessons kids can learn on the farm this summer

By Shala Watson School is out for the summer, but that doesn’t mean learning has to stop. And the farm is a good place to continue that education. Because agriculture teaches you about life. The fields and pastures give you room to grow, and you can learn lessons that can’t always be taught in a [...]

Smoked Brisket

By Kelly Bogard There are few foods that rival the status of chicken fried steak and enchiladas in the state of Texas. But there is one that reigns above all others with it's status. Texas barbecue. It's so iconic that Texas Monthly devotes an entire publication to it each spring. And there are cook-off events throughout [...]

Drive slow and save a life

By Julie Tomascik You’re in a rush, and you get caught in traffic. The culprit? Large farm equipment. It’s that time of year again, and harvest is in full swing across most of the state. That means more tractors and combines are on the road with you. We’ve all seen them. They’re large, wide and [...]