A look back at 2021
It’s been one challenging year after another, but farmers and ranchers don’t give up easily. Here are some things folks in agriculture were grateful for in 2021.
Farm-style Christmas décor
By Julie Tomascik ‘Tis the season to decorate and enjoy the Christmas spirit. And on Texas farms and ranches, you get to see some creative farm-style décor. Like Christmas lights on the barbed-wire fence. Or used tractor tires to make Christmas wreaths. Some even decorate the grain elevators. Old UTV or truck/car tires also make [...]
Care for your fresh cut Christmas tree with these tips
For many families, picking out the perfect Christmas tree is an annual tradition. But there are a few things you should keep in mind with your real Christmas tree to help keep it fresh through the holiday season.
Ongoing supply chain issues aren’t a farm supply issue
By Jennifer Whitlock It feels like every time I read or watch the news lately, one of the top headlines has something to do with supply chain issues. Vehicles, toys, clothing and numerous other consumer goods are in short supply. That makes sense. They’re either made overseas or require parts from overseas, so if we’re [...]
Pumpkin cream cheese muffins
We’re dreaming of pumpkin-flavored everything, and these pumpkin cream cheese muffins are no exception. Pumpkin spice and everything nice, that’s what our favorite fall treats are made of!
Texas timber fuels the economy
The tall, tall trees in East Texas stretch to the sky and are cared for by timber farmers and foresters.