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Changing land. Changing seasons.

Feb 16, 16 Changing land. Changing seasons.

By Julie Tomascik

Windy. 95 degree-heat. Pounding rain. And a tiny hint of chill in the air.

Four seasons in 24 hours. That’s Texas for you.

And spring is just around the corner.

We don’t know whether we need sunscreen—SPF 50, of course. Or a jacket for the cold front that might blow through. A stylish umbrella may be your accessory of choice. Or wind-blown hair will have to do. Because anything can happen with Texas weather.

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Strawberry Truffles

Feb 12, 16 Strawberry Truffles

By Kelly Bogard

Love is in the air. And although many see Valentine’s Day as a commercial holiday, it’s still a reason to celebrate those you love. Near and far.

Some give flowers. Others a box of chocolates. But, in Texas, we like to head into the kitchen and whip up a dessert made with love. Sweets for those we care most about—it’s just what we do in my family!

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Why do we need farmers and ranchers?

Feb 09, 16 Why do we need farmers and ranchers?

By Jessica Domel

About once every year or so, I convince myself I should plant a garden of my favorite fruits and vegetables at my house so I don’t have to go to the grocery store as often.

In my head, this garden is beautiful, abundant and easy to care for.

Soon after the dream, the stone cold reality of life hits.

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Potato Skins

Feb 05, 16 Potato Skins

By Kelly Bogard

This Sunday officially marks the end of one of my favorite times of year. We aren’t changing seasons or the time on our clocks. No, it is the final football game of the 2015-2016 season. I like other sports, but none compare to the excitement and fellowship of football.

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Great to be part of the Farm Bureau team!

Feb 02, 16 Great to be part of the Farm Bureau team!

By Justin Green

Hey Texas Table Top family! My name is Justin Green, and I would like to invite you along as I start my career at Texas Farm Bureau!

My agriculture background started the day I was born. My dad was a high school agricultural teacher for 17 years, which sparked my interest in agriculture. Throughout grade school, I was constantly involved in my local 4-H and FFA programs, ranging from livestock showing to Consumer Decision Making contests.

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