On Monday, Aug 5, 2015 a crew from the Environmental Protection Agency was cleaning the Gold King Mine […]
Being in the dairy industry is all Brad Bouma has ever known. Little did he know, he would soon play a major role in what is now one of the quickest growing milk companies in the country.
He looks through the lens of his camera, sees his subject, looks back at his camera, changes a few settings and begins to create something special.
What do your favorite pair of blue jeans and the apple you ate for breakfast have in common? At some point in time, a pollinator helped set the process in motion to get a crop from the field to you.
Here. in West Texas cotton is king. Even though cotton produced isn’t all year round, the students and […]
Standing just outside of his barn, below the scarlet red Texas Tech Double T that faces County Road 1240, Dan Taylor stares at his collection of tractors, a chuck wagon and a lifetime of memories hung up on his walls.
A smell of sweet comforting treats fills the air. You begin to salivate as a display of scrumptious […]
“I know there is going to be a day in my lifetime where my pivots won’t be running. It is a humbling reality, so my goal is to become the best farmer I can be and conserve every precious drop of water I can.”
A s he backed into the roping box looking under the brim of his Resistol hat, Hunter Cure saw the dust of his competitor, and knew it was his moment to shine at the 2013 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in 2013.
Born and raised in Burkburnett, Texas, Keith Easter said he is a rancher/farmer or vice versa. While […]
There is something to say about a legacy. Legacies make their mark on you and are never be forgotten. Texas Tech University gains a new legacy every year- the Masked Rider.
As a daughter, wife, mother, and grandmother of farmers, Dean Huffaker has her fair share of experiences. “We had one little irrigation well, and we had to water through ditches,” said Dean Huffaker as she recalled a lifetime of farming that had not been talked about in years. Over the years, she has seen many changes in farming, but one thing that has not changed is the families themselves.
She has been called the hard-working woman who gets the job done. The sweet, quiet one who rises to the top. To others, she is passionate and kind. It is hard to find someone who encompasses all of those traits. However, recent program manager for undergraduate studies for the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Savannah Chambers does just that.
For those looking to continue their education, the decision to go to graduate school can often mean sacrificing family time or delaying or interrupting their career. For some, an unexpected job opportunity arose that forced their decision. Now, there is an alternative.
Sustainability is a goal many farmers are trying to achieve, and many seed companies are trying to […]
Plains Cotton Cooperative Association is improving technological innovations in the cotton industry. Most recently, PCCA has developed a […]
Nestled in the heart of the Texas Panhandle, a seed company has been working behind the scenes to continue making advancements in the sorghum industry.
“I have always wanted to just make a difference. Now, I am positive I can.”
Jimmy and Teresa saw a need in the Rarámuri community during 2011, and with no agricultural background, decided to take a chance.