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Rain brings relief to farmers

Recent rains have helped farmers grow a second hay crop and replenished parched pasture and croplands, but as far as crop quality and quantity are concerned, they came too late to make much difference, according to the weekly crop report from Saskatchewan Agriculture. 8 more words


Tussock Grass

There are many names for the clumps of hard, grass-like bunches of Tussock Grass and many different classifications for the plants. Some are native while some are introduced to the area. 203 more words


The Lowdown on the Political Road

The gravel road in the picture below (and, for a time, in the header above) runs from Texas State Highway 80 just north of the town of Fentress to where it intersects with Farm-to-Market Road 20, about five miles to the northeast. 245 more words

By the Numbers

The government of the province of Alberta recently announced a plan to issue permits allowing the capture and removal of approximately 200 wild horses from the province’s present free-ranging herds. 103 more words


Walker Fold to Burnt Edge and Back

Took the dogs for a leisurely walk in the area near Burnt Edge this afternoon. I parked just off Walker Fold Road near the woods and walked up to Burnt Edge and then up onto the Winter Hill road. 125 more words


Walk Over Winter Hill

In spite of the ever present threat of rain it was a nice sunny afternoon with a gentle breeze, so I decided to take the dogs for a walk over to the east side of Winter Hill. 122 more words