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About Julie Vrazel

Editor As a third generation rancher, I prefer the outdoors. After all, there’s no better feeling than dirt under my feet and wind whipping through my hair.

The government isn’t paying farmers to destroy their crops

Farmers are not getting paid by the government to destroy their crops.

Harvest season means large farm equipment on the roads

Get 7 tips for sharing the road with large farm equipment during the harvest season.

Going for gold in the Ag Olympics

By Julie Tomascik Editor The Olympics: where the best of the best compete for a shiny gold medal. What would the Ag Olympics look like? Well, I have a few ideas… Brisket Stroke Bulls, cows and calves give it their all in the Brisket Stroke. Each one tries to be like the legendary Michael Phelps, [...]

July 31, 2021|Categories: Featured, Texas Agriculture|0 Comments

Hope floats amid South Texas floods

By Julie Tomascik After the blows dealt by 2020, farmers knew 2021 was going to be different. It was going to be a good year. And while many things have gone right, Mother Nature hasn’t played nice. Texas had a wet spring followed by a wet summer. The unusually wet year proved challenging for farmers [...]

July 15, 2021|Categories: Featured, Texas Agriculture|Tags: , |0 Comments

Texas has legenDAIRY status

Have you “herd”? Texas is legenDAIRY! Learn a few dairy good facts on Texas Table Top!