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Irrigation and Drought

Irrigation and drought, I guess they go together. Farming has such wide and varied aspects to the job. I think the “beads” are a good example of this. Aren’t they “pretty”? and such wide and varied colors. I would go for the artistic...

Organic Cotton Growing on the High Plains

We have been so busy with grape harvest that I haven’t been here too often. Sometimes it is just very hard to live life and actually have time to comment on it. This morning I was out with the grape harvest, hanging on to the big blue harvester precariously with...

Organic Cotton

I have been working on a post about using a hedger in the vineyard, but I can’t seem to get it all ready. I even have brix counts that I need to post. So for tonight (hmmm, seems to be early morning actually), here are a few pictures of the organic cotton. More...

The Neglected Peanut Butter

As I was going through pictures trying to catch up on the goings and doings on the farm, I came across pictures of these peanut butter jars. This is the brand that Whole Foods did their web write-up about and told about how we grow organic peanuts on our farm. Well,...

One lonely cotton plant

One lonely cotton plant in a West Texas vineyard… This really is a strange site. First all most of the plants you see here are grape vines. Dormant from the winter, the plants look like sticks without leaves on them tied to metal and bamboo poles and wires. But then …...

Whole Foods web site blog and Organic Peanut butter

Hey, there is a blog on the Whole Foods web site up today about organic peanutbutter. It also has a picture of a real hunk of a guy. The really good looking one on the right. That one is My Honey. The other two are sons. They are poseing in front of a big pile of...

Track My T Web site by Anvil

Our family got to be a part of a project done by Anvil Knitwear (http://www.anvilknitwear.com/.) By the way, if you watch the intro on their web site as it changes pictures you will see a picture of one of my daughters out in one of our cotton fields. So, let’s...