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Grain bin safety and entrapment rescue clinic set Sept. 3 in Paris

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PARIS — The dangers of working in grain bins hit home in Northeast Texas residents March 4 when Paul Chelius, 32, suffocated in a bin of soybeans. Family and friends of Chelius and area agencies have worked together to acquire rescue equipment and provide training to area first responders and farmers on grain bin safety and rescue.

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Bacon Jam: Savory, salty and sweet bacon delight

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1 1/2 lbs. bacon

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The Chisholm Trail

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The largest migration of livestock in the history of the world occurred from 1867 to 1884 along the Chisholm Trail. That’s why Jesse Chisholm is best known today for the trail he forged for his own purposes in 1864, although the trail might not be his most remarkable accomplishment.
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Jonathan Cobb’s future in farming was looking dark when a chance encounter opened his eyes to the future

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In the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad year of 2011, Jonathan Cobb finally got around to telling his father, Leonard, that he didn’t want to quit farming but he couldn’t figure out a way to make things work for him and his wife.

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Frank and Adele Junfin’s crop of beneficial bugs wage war with invasive insects

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The parasitic wasp is one of agriculture’s tiny heroes. Some species are no bigger than a millimeter — about the size of a grain of salt — and they pose no danger at all to any living thing except flies. These wasps live to kill flies, and agriculture has plenty of flies to go around.
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Grilled Pizza: Light, tasty and fun summer fare

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The Mackenzie Trail

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The U.S. Fourth Cavalry, under the command of Gen. Ranald S. Mackenzie, spent 1872 exploring the unmapped Llano Estacado in search of Comanche chief Quanah Parker and other bands of marauding Comanches who refused invitations to the reservations.
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Farmers and Landowners Workshop helps minority property owners learn how to be more successful

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Wade Ross met Victor Harris at a Cracker Barrel restaurant a few years ago to talk about farming and such. Harris is the publisher of “Minority Landowner Magazine,” a quarterly publication devoted to helping small and minority farmers survive on the land and pass it on to future generations.

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Popular Beginning Farmers and Ranchers program accepting men as well as women this year

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The intensive and popular Beginning Farmers and Ranchers in Texas program from Holistic Management International (HMI) is back for another year, this time with some changes to eligibility and cost but the same focus on a whole-farm philosophy.

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