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What’s the beef with beef?

By Haley Herzog Why do some people have beef with beef? For generations, our parents and grandparents viewed beef as a nutritious and healthy food. Most of them can be identified as “meat and potato” kind of people. But today, views are much different. Opinions seem to be constantly divided between whether or not beef [...]

Why should agriculture be on the small screen?

By Justin Walker We often feel disconnected from agriculture. Turn on your television. What do you see? Odds are, it’s not rural America. Most of today’s shows take place in the hustle and bustle of New York City. Or maybe Los Angeles. Chicago, Seattle, Denver. But our small towns, farms and ranches aren’t represented on [...]

June 19, 2018|Categories: Chicken, Featured, Texas Agriculture|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Chimichurri Topped Skirt Steak

By Kelly Bogard What could be better for dear old dad on Father's Day than a nice, juicy steak? Not much, except a juicy steak drizzled with a zesty sauce. Skirt steak is reasonably priced. And, depending on the size, you can feed up to four people on one steak! Adding the sauce just brings [...]

Recognize dad this Father’s Day

By Haley Herzog He’s a farmer. He’s a rancher. He’s a steward of the land. He’s a father. A husband. He’s a brother. And maybe even a grandfather. Farmers and ranchers have been the backbone of our economy for many years, but many of them also play an even bigger role: Dad. Some dads wear [...]

June 12, 2018|Categories: Featured, Meet a Farmer, Texas Agriculture|Tags: , , , , , , |1 Comment

Red Pepper Hummus

By Kelly Bogard As you know, Texas farmers grow quite a few fruits, vegetables and grains in our great state. I'm sure you can name quite a few of them, but there are a few that may surprise you, too. Like Chickpeas. Also known as garbanzo beans, they're grown in North Texas. Farmers grow olives [...]