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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.

Don’t touch the ‘abandoned’ calves

Let sleeping calves lie. That's the advice from ranchers during fall calving season to drivers who see lone calves in the pasture.

September 15, 2020|Categories: Beef, Featured, Texas Agriculture|Tags: , , |0 Comments

The struggle for broadband in rural America

By Julie Tomascik Loading. Loading. Loading. Oh, wait. Disconnected. For many in rural Texas and in rural areas across the nation, it’s an all too familiar feeling when trying to stream content, check email or upload files. It’s been said the internet is just a rumor in some parts of remote Texas. Once considered a [...]

August 4, 2020|Categories: Agriculture Policy, Featured|Tags: , |0 Comments

Don’t go wild taking sunflower photos

Texas fields and pastures make a pretty backdrop, but it’s important to remember that the land, crops and livestock are the livelihoods of farmers and ranchers.

12 things to know about Texas farmers

Farming and ranching are the roots that hold a family legacy, bring together communities and fuel the world economy. Agriculture is a part of each of us.

June 30, 2020|Categories: COVID-19, Featured, Texas Agriculture|Tags: , , , , |2 Comments

Tacos begin on a farm

By Julie Tomascik Any day of the week. Any meal. Any time. Tacos are one of the foods that trump the dinner plate in Texas. And even more so on Taco Tuesday. Did you know? You can’t have tacos without Texas farmers and ranchers. The ingredients that make tacos tasty get their start on farms [...]