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When the dust from 2020 settles, agriculture will remain

It's been a tough year with many challenges for all of us, but Texas farmers and ranchers kept going and will always keep going, no matter what.

December 2, 2020|Categories: Featured, Texas Agriculture|Tags: , , |0 Comments

NUT-ritious and delicious Texas pecans

Pecans aren’t just tasty, they’re good for you, too! Take a bite out of these nutrition facts and get more information on storing Texas’ favorite nut.

Her view of the harvest season

Photos and story by Kody Hajda It’s 11:30 on a Saturday night, and my husband is just getting home. Where has he been? Out with friends? Bar? No, he’s been on the farm, working to the point of exhaustion and unable to keep his eyes open. He’s been in the cab of a combine, staring [...]

October 1, 2019|Categories: Featured, Texas Agriculture|Tags: , |2 Comments

We’re all family in agriculture

By Jennifer Dorsett Have you ever taken one of those genealogy DNA tests and found you had a second cousin living just down the street? Or, maybe, like me, you’ve lived someplace far away from all your relatives, and someone else took you in and “adopted” you. Now you consider them family. Texas agriculture is [...]

December 11, 2018|Categories: Featured, Texas Agriculture|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

No two farms are alike and that’s okay

By Julie Tomascik T-shirts aren’t one-size-fits-all, so why should Texas agriculture be that way? The Lone Star State is uniquely different from the other 49 states in countless ways. Our state is growing exponentially as families relocate here, and oftentimes, we experience all four seasons in one day. Just as the people and weather are [...]