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An Interview With The Commissioner: Sid Miller talks about his accomplishments and the goal to be ‘the best ag commissioner Texas ever had’

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Speaking to an audience of mostly non-farmers in a live and far-ranging Texas Tribune interview on March 10, Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller presented an overview of Lone Star State agriculture, listed his office’s accomplishments, and explained why the political economics associated with the office can be so complicated.
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Separating calf and dam with a fence during weaning can pay big dividends compared to traditional methods

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For calves, weaning is a little like adolescence in humans — a time of great change, a transition from calf to cow. Neither the cow nor the calf likes it.
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Baked Eggs In Tomato

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Simple but sophisticated brunch fare
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Ragtime Texas Henry Thomas

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One afternoon in 1949 as Mack McCormick was waiting for a light to change in downtown Houston, he spied a very tall, odd-looking man with a weird, elongated head wearing a bunch of ragged coats and carrying a guitar. For whatever reason, the 19-year-old, a budding musicologist, just had to know who that man was.
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The Farmer’s Side of the Story: Agriculture will find a way to meet future challenges, but it won't matter if consumers don't trust the innovations

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The term “agvocacy” began popping up around the beginning of the decade as a means of urging farmers and ranchers to speak up for themselves in the sometimes contentious debates around food and the food system in the United States.
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Feral Peril: Sodium nitrite can control wild hog numbers, but first researchers must get the EPA to let them use it

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Wildlife biologists and other researchers are confident that the use of sodium nitrite will be a game changer in the ongoing war against feral pigs in Texas, the U.S. and much of the world, but it's going to be a few more years before they can unleash it.
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Toad In The Hole

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Fun breakfast dish that gets kids in the kitchen
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W.D. Smithers and The Ways Of The Border

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As the first wave of commercial photographers set up shop in small towns and large cities across the state early in the 20th century, W.D. Smithers took his camera where other photographers didn’t bother to tread, to the remote mountains of the Big Bend region and into Mexico where he grew up.
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Return of the Quail: Popular game bird’s numbers rebounding to their highest levels in many years

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Quail are back in Texas, and the best guess is that the state will remain blessed with quail in numbers directly proportionate to how much it rains. After unprecedented rains in 2015, quail populations have rebounded to their highest levels in several years.
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