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The Not So Great Cowboy Strike of 1883 - CountryWorld
(Oct. 2) — We don’t normally think of cowboys going on strike as a protest against unfair labor practices and big corporations because cowboys are usually too busy being iconic for such diversions and because, as we all know, a cowboy’s work is never ...

The First State Fair of Texas - CountryWorld
(Sept. 4) — For a while, Henry Lawrence Kinney owned some of the prettiest and most pristine land in Texas, but he didn't know what to do with it. He wanted to dispense it for dollars, but people coming to the pretty but isolated port city of Corpus ...

The Curious Saga of R.G. Dyrenforth - CountryWorld
(Aug. 21) — General R.G. Dyrenforth wasn’t a general and he wasn’t really a rainmaker, nor was he U.S. Commissioner of Patents, though he claimed all of these titles at one time or another. Officially, he was known as a “concussionist,” one who ...

Hemp, Hemp Hooray: Once prohibited from even being grown, industrial hemp could end up as America’s next billion-dollar crop - CountryWorld
(Oct. 2) — The bad seed of U.S. agriculture is poised to make a heroic comeback. Industrial hemp, one of the earliest commercial crops in the world, has taken the first toddling steps toward respectability and could end up as America's next billion ...

State Fair of Texxas show's off 1,200-lb. boar - CountryWorld
Oct. 21, 2004 - While there was plenty of unique sights, sounds, and tastes at this year's State Fair of Texas, it was the big pig housed at the swine barn that earned the most exclamations of "Wow!" Weighing nearly 1,200 pounds, and standing over four ...

Lew Jenkins, The Sweetwater Swatter - CountryWorld
(June 12, 2014) — The only things Lew Jenkins ever got or learned came through fighting. He was one of those hard-luck, hardscrabble kids that this country produced in considerable quantity during the 1930s, but Jenkins was blessed with a quicker right ...

Increasing number of equine deaths from mosquito-borne West Nile Virus in Texas blamed on failure to vaccinate - CountryWorld
(July 17, 2014) — The good news for most living creatures on the planet is that the West Nile Virus doesn’t affect them. The bad news is reserved for birds, humans and horses, all of which are affected by and can die from the disease. West Nile Virus ...

Get It In Writing: Like good fences, written lease agreements make for good neighbors - CountryWorld
(March 20, 2014) — The days of a handshake, a smile and a nod to seal a legal deal like an agricultural land lease are gone. Today, a written agreement between the landowner and the producer is strongly recommended as a way to benefit both parties as ...

Buddy Holly, the Mayfields and The Beatles - CountryWorld
One of the great things about music history is how everyone who picks up an instrument seems to influence everyone else who picks up the same instrument or another one, which is to say that a bluegrass band from Lubbock that you've probably never heard of ...

Farmers planting corn more than two years in a row find they’ll have to suffer a yield penalty - CountryWorld
When corn prices were high, a lot of U.S. corn farmers started planting continuous corn, meaning that they planted corn-on-corn for more than three years. During that time, many of those same farmers began seeing a 20-30 bushel per acre drop in yields.

Pork Bellies Up: An insatiable demand for bacon has helped push sales up 69 percent from just a year ago - CountryWorld
ROCKDALE, Texas — These are good times for bacon. Entrepreneurs have taken to the notion that those crispy fried strips of pork belly make everything better (and might even be good for you) and applied it to ... well, everything, it seems. There’s ...

A Plague of Locusts: Grasshoppers are back again, but at least they’re not as voracious as in Dust Bowl days - CountryWorld
The bad news on the grasshopper front this year is that hordes of the voracious insects are back for another summer over much of the state. The good news is that they won’t be as bad as they were in the 1930s. Recent crop reports from Texas AgriLife ...

Gardening hobby becomes a field of dreams for Bell County couple and their customers - CountryWorld
There is a “Field of Dreams” quality to Marty and Tammy Baecker's Sunfood Farm in Bell County — a kind of “grow it and they will come” philosophy that has guided the couple's foray into making their garden very much resemble a farm. They sell 100 ...

Juan Seguin: A Foreigner In His Native Land - CountryWorld
Someone once described Juan Seguin as the Forrest Gump of Texas history. That wasn't meant to imply that Seguin was a simpleton, only that he showed up at iconic moments in the state's history. How many Texians could say they were at the Alamo and the ...

One Big Hoppy Family: Pankow clan gets the most out of their single-acre farm by raising rabbits - CountryWorld
The move from the Dallas suburbs to Kountze in Southeast Texas was not that far in terms of actual mileage but a world away all the same for Shannon Pankow and her family. The Pankows found themselves four miles from the nearest small town and 20 miles ...

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