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Chorizo Stuffed Mushrooms

By Kelly Bogard Entertaining is one of my favorite activities, which is great since I love to cook and visit with family and friends. Tasty appetizers are an important piece of the entertainment puzzle, and I'm always looking for a new recipe or way to elevate every party with a new dish. Putting a twist on [...]

More than ‘just a farmer’

By Julie Tomascik Calloused hands and patches on his britches. Sun-kissed skin and mud on her boots. A tractor, cows and corn popping up in rows. He’s just a farmer. And so is she. Those three words put what they do in the simplest terms. But it’s so much more. Farming and ranching is a [...]

Changing the tax code

By Jessica Domel I hate doing my taxes. It’s not that I’m against paying my fair share to ensure our cities and government are funded. It’s that the American tax code is a complicated mess that most people don’t understand. If you ask me, the time is ripe for changing the tax code. In fact, [...]

Fun on the farm

By Shala Gean The weather is starting to cool. The air is crisp. Kids are back in school. And the outdoor activities are just beginning. It’s almost fall! Even though it might be tough to believe, there is more to fall than pumpkin spice lattes. Although, I do enjoy my fair share of those! Fall [...]

September 12, 2017|Categories: Featured, Texas Agriculture|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

What do agricultural communications graduates do?

By Elaine Jackson I did it. I made the move to Stephenville, and I’m starting my time as a college student at Tarleton State University. Now, life is full of new things—new town, new dorm, new roommate. It’s also full of new choices, especially when it comes to college majors. There are too many to [...]