Grazing Oklahoma: Bois d’arc

November 24, 2017 0
By Josh Gaskamp Characteristics: Bois d’arc, also called Osage orange or horse-apple, is a small to medium-sized deciduous tree. Before Christopher Columbus, its range was largely restricted to the Southern Great Plains of Oklahoma, Texas […]

Where the Paved Road Ends: Feel the Chill

November 22, 2017 0
By Beth Watkins Fall is such a tranquil time of the year. With the change in season comes cooler air, pumpkins, sweaters, boots, bonfires and hot chocolate. Even those words feel comforting. A trip down […]

Lacey’s Pantry – Pumpkin Pie

November 21, 2017 0
By Lacey Newlin While canned pumpkin from the store is delicious, making your own pumpkin puree from real pie pumpkins is a fun, educational and scrumptious way to make the quintessential Thanksgiving desert. Homemade pumpkin […]

Cover Crops

November 21, 2017 0
By Everett Brazil, III Jeff Dill gazes across a field bordering the Texas state line northwest of Hollis, Okla. A new wheat crop breaks through the ground amid a sea of decomposing plants, a combination […]

The Rocking P Ranch Welcomes Metallic Cat

November 20, 2017 0
By Corsi Martin Perhaps one of the most pivotal transactions in equine discipline history has recently taken place in north Texas. Metallic Cat, 2016 NCHA Sire of the Year, lifetime earner of approximately $637,700, and […]

101 Ranch: Relationship and a Show

November 15, 2017 0
By Laci Jones In the mid-19th century, the Miller family developed a lasting friendship with the Ponca Indian tribe in Baxter Springs, Kan. The relationship between this nation and the Miller family would continue until […]

Lacey’s Pantry – Roasted Cornish Hens

November 14, 2017 0
By Lacey Newlin Serves: 8-12 Time: 70 Minutes Ingredients: 6 Rock Cornish Hens, thawed 3/4 cup unsalted butter at room temperature 2 tsp garlic, minced 1/2 tsp fresh rosemary, chopped 1 Tbsp fresh thyme, chopped […]
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