I’ve always been a person who could muscle through most anything that required mental fortitude - as long as I knew what was expected of me - like a deadline, etc. But I’m struggling in the midst of the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 virus, with restrictions and recommendations changing by the minute. I know some of you are too.
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James L. Collins Catholic hosted Rodeo Day at school. Students participated in roping, barrel racing, mini-inflatable bull riding and more. The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service also participated with the school and hosted pig races. It was a fun day for all students as they learned new skills and celebrated some of our state’s traditions.
Every day I spend working at the farm I learn something that I can apply to other areas of my life. Last Saturday was no exception. I began thinking about the role of each of our animals, as well as their value to what we’re trying to accomplish at the farm.
If you’ve been out to our farm or had a conversation with Houston, Emilie or me, you know that almost everything we’re doing is something we’ve never done before. Six weeks ago our learning curve took a steep incline when we acquired two pigs and two donkeys.
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will conduct a Wild Pig Management Workshop for landowners and the public from 8:15 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 19 in Corsicana.
The fourth grade Corsicana and Navarro County students learned all about this at the annual Food and Fiber Roundup on Nov. 8 at the Navarro County Exposition Center.
PRINCETON, W.Va. — Almost three weeks ago, Flo was among 2,300 young pigs heading to a farm and the eventual fate of becoming bacon and sausage, but a crash suddenly gave her a new home and a new chance at life.
PRINCETON, W.Va. — Firefighters, state troopers, deputies, and highway workers became emergency animal wranglers Thursday afternoon when a trailer-trailer hauling approximately 2,300 pigs overturned on a highway in southern West Virginia.