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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.

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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. 

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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.

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Driving up to our front gate and seeing the neat rows and mounds of earth waiting to receive the fruit seedlings is a daily reminder of our future plans.

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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.

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.