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Publish Date: 11/19/2019

The Grape Plains

Vingo Vineyards
Steven and Pamela Yoder, left, planted their first grapes in 2015 with their son and daughter-in-law, Zachary and Rinnell. Elijah, center, and Oliver are third generation on the farm.
Vingo Vineyards brings variety to the Texas Panhandle's crops and social scene.
Publish Date: 11/18/2019

Success From The Depths

Wuest Family
Travis Wuest, left, his mother, Joye, and his brother, Brad, turned the caverns below their ranch into the family's primary business.

Natural Bridge Caverns — named for the limestone slab bridge that spans the cave's opening — is the state's largest show cave. One of Central Texas' best-known natural attractions, the underground phenomenon welcomes more than 300,000 visitors annually. It's a designated National Natural Landmark and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Publish Date: 8/6/2019

From Dirt to Shirts

Straley talks to cotton buyers
As a Texas cotton farmer, Todd Straley wants consumers and retail clothing makers to know he grows his crops in a way that doesn't harm the earth.
Publish Date: 8/6/2019

A Rockin' Good Time

Klepac Family Rockin K Maze
Corn Maze and Fall Festival Draw 25,000 Visitors to Robstown Farm
Publish Date: 2/6/2019

Fermin Cadena | Chickens Are His Calling

cadena-family

With 20 years and counting at Tyson, Fermin Cadena recently started his own 72,000-square-foot broiler-growing farm outside Gonzales, Texas.

Publish Date: 2/6/2019

Will Reneau | Raising Rice On Fourth Generation Farm

reneau family

Rice farmer Will Reneau carries on a family tradition with the help of new technology.

Publish Date: 2/6/2019

Texana Olive Ranch | A New Texas Oil

texas olive oil

Texana Olive Ranch in South Texas is setting the standard for the developing Texas olive oil industry.

Publish Date: 8/17/2018

Kitalou Gin Finds New Life as an Event Venue

Heinrich family at Kitalou Gin

The 93-year old Kitalou Gin outside of Lubbock finds new purpose with the Heinrich family as a rural event venue and education center on the South Plains of West Texas.

Publish Date: 8/17/2018

Good Things Come From a Small Farm

Tyson Thorton on his tractor

Six acres is all it takes for Tyson Thorton to supply fresh, wholesome food for consumers and restaurants.

Publish Date: 8/13/2018

Flowers Fresh From the Farm

Arnosky Family
(Chris Beytes, GrowerTalks Magazine)

With hard work and determination, Frank and Pamela Arnosky have earned a full time living growing fresh-cut flowers in the Texas Hill Country.

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