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Oasis of fresh produce at farmers markets

By Shala Watson Peppers, juicy tomatoes and homemade jellies. Oh my! Farmers markets are an oasis of fresh and tasty produce. As you wander around the market, you’ll be sure to find some bountiful harvests and farmers, too. It’s a great chance to meet and connect with those who grow our food. Ask questions about [...]

Fried Catfish

By Kelly Bogard I don't know about you, but I'm pretty excited it's summer. Yes, the heat can be a bit of a drag, but you can cure that with a trip to the lake. Camping, fishing, swimming–there's something for everyone. For the past few years, we haven't been able to get to the lake [...]

I get to do this for a living

By Nathan Smith A landscape shot, complete with black Angus cattle in a green wheat field, was the first thing I saw on my Facebook timeline early last week. The picture was taken from horseback and the cutline from one of my rancher friends in West Texas read, “I get to do this for a [...]

June 13, 2017|Categories: Beef, Featured, Texas Agriculture|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Do you support Texas farmers and ranchers?

By Julie Tomascik You and me—we're both different. We're unique. And thank goodness! It'd be a boring world if we were all the same. That also goes for farmers and ranchers in the Lone Star State. Because Texas agriculture is vastly different from the other 49 states in the good ol' USA, and we're proud [...]

What does it take to be a farmer?

By Jessica Domel Coming from a farm family, I often think about the many skills I learned while on the farm. It made me think, “What does it take to be a farmer?” 1) Farmers have to be scientists. They have to know if a particular crop will do well in the soil they’re working [...]