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All About Cotton: TX organic co-op farmers honored; a new water efficiency product; pollinators boost yields

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The Organic Trade Association (OTA) will recognize a group of Texas High Plains cotton farmers with the prestigious “Organic Farmer of the Year” Leadership Award from the Organic Trade Association (OTA) at its Annual Awards Celebration on September 21 in Baltimore as part of the kickoff event for Natural Products Expo East.

Headed For Greener Pastures: Ron Wooley worked 47 years with AgriLife Extension and ‘managed to stay relevant the whole time’

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Ron Woolley, a 47-year veteran of Texas AgriLife Extension, retired at the end of last month. He’s worked as an Extension agent since 1971, but he got his first job with Extension spraying peanuts in six Central Texas counties as a farm demonstration assistant in 1969.


‘Goodbye Old Paint’

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We’ll never know who wrote the traditional and iconic cowboy song “Goodbye Old Paint.” The song most likely emerged from one of the great cattle drives that were held from the 1860s through the 1880s. No doubt some anonymous cowboy auditioned it around a campfire on a cattle drive one night, and it caught on to the point where people are still singing it today, far beyond any Western campfire.

Pear Skillet Cake with Sorghum Flour

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Texas-style gluten-free goodness


‘It’s Not Pretty Out There’: County agents receive little good news to take home after hearing commodity updates at annual meeting

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County agents from across the state heard a series of commodity updates at this year’s Texas County Agricultural Agents Association (TCAAA) annual meeting in Waco. The agents received kind words for the work they do, but very little good news to take home to farmers and ranchers.

Looking back at the drought of 2011 finds that it really was as bad then as we thought it was

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Five years ago, in 2011, the entire state of Texas had turned the color of a corn tortilla, except for areas where wildfires made it look like burnt toast. The hottest and driest year on record left a mark on the state’s agriculture as indelible as the drought of the 1950s or the Dust Bowl years of the 1930s.

Sugar Loaf

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If you try to visit the old community of Sugar Loaf in Coryell County you might get blown away — Literally. Where Sugar Loaf was located from 1852 to 1942 is now part of the “impact zone” at Fort Hood, the largest military installation in the world. But it was a dangerous place in the 1850s, too.

Zucchini Boats

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A quick and tasty zucchini beef recipe


Fish Tacos

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A catch-of-the-day dinner

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