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Publish Date: 2/15/2017

An Old Lender for Young Borrowers

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When a young Texas farmer needed financing for his new farm, his best option was a seasoned lender.
Publish Date: 2/15/2017

Catching Some Rays

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Increasingly affordable, solar technology helps two rural families embrace efficiency and self-sufficiency.
Publish Date: 2/15/2017

Cucumbers Are His Bread and Butter.

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Paul Ede buys the family company, becoming the fourth generation to work in the cucumber business.

Publish Date: 2/15/2017

Born to Ride, Destined to Reign

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Poised and whip smart, Nikki completed her year-long reign as the 56th Miss Rodeo Texas this past summer.
Publish Date: 2/15/2017

The Madrone Way

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Hill Country Gentleman Passionate About Growing Native Texas Madrone Trees.
Publish Date: 12/21/2015

All That He Can Be

Josh Eilers, the 27-year-old owner of Ranger Cattle, is not your typical beginning cattle producer. He didn't follow a traditional route to enter the beef industry either.

He wasn't born into the cattle business, although he nurtured boyhood dreams of becoming a cowboy.

Publish Date: 12/21/2015

There's No Place Like The Homestead

A South Texas family pursues a simpler way of life — living off of the land and raising heritage breeds.

Five years ago, after deciding to "go off the grid," Brian and Mary Schalk established their isolated homestead on 100 acres near the tiny town of Santa Monica.

Publish Date: 12/21/2015

The Giving Tree

The Davises are committed to helping their community, and feel that donating trees during the Christmas season makes a real difference.

Every year, for instance, they donate the Christmas tree that is displayed at the Gray County courthouse.

Publish Date: 8/20/2015

A Stable Business

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"This is a self-serve facility," explains instructor Kim Cox, who co-owns the farm with her husband, Dale. "Our students don't just climb on a horse and take a lesson. We teach them to treat our horses like their own, which instills within them a real love and devotion for an animal."

Publish Date: 8/19/2015

Capital Farm Credit Member for 52 Years

Capital Farm Credit Member for 52 Years

Longtime farmer O.H. Price has a few words of wisdom for beginning farmers and ranchers.

"My advice to young people getting into agriculture is to get a good lender that will back you," he says.

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