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Rain falls across Texas, but is it too much?

By Julie Tomascik Too much. Or not enough. It’s the never-ending challenge with moisture and agriculture. This year is no different. The Lone Star State has faced wild weather in 2021—a winter storm of a lifetime, tornadoes, hailstorms, torrential rains and flooding. And Mother Nature’s latest rain event is challenging some Texas farmers and ranchers. [...]

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The benefits of Texas beef

Have you “herd?” May is National Beef Month. Beef up your knowledge about Texas cattle in this post on Texas Table Top.

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Things Texas has taught me

Texas is big, bold and beautiful. And there are lessons to be learned in every corner of the state.

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Agriculture is sustainable on Earth Day and every day

By Julie Tomascik Today, many celebrations and rallies will honor Earth Day. But for farmers and ranchers, who are #stillfarming through the COVID-19 pandemic, every day is Earth Day. They care for the land and resources. They care for their crops and livestock. They care for their families, too. All 365 days of the year. [...]

Texas drought worsens

The dry, dusty, cracked ground in Texas is thirsty.

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The cowboy hat is a true Texas icon

Felt or straw, the cowboy hat is well-known in Texas. Jennifer Whitlock has tips on proper cowboy hat etiquette.