Red Wattles are a critically endangered breed that adapt to a wide range of climates. Their active foraging make them a good choice in outdoor or pasture-based swine production. Their gentle nature recommends them to the small-scale, independent producer. The origin and history of the Red Wattle breed is obscure and many hypotheses have been put forward. What is certain is that the breed, as it is known today, was derived from the large, red, wattled hogs found in a wooded area of eastern…
Do you like.. <3 North #Texas or what? This is how Eastern Texas looked this Spring (2012) after the horrible drought last Summer. Amazing!
#Drought improvement anticipated for much of Central/Eastern US in April. Development possible in Texas, Southeast. http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/expert_assessment/mdo_summary.php …pic.twitter.com/3pUT0jvKFn - https://blog.clairepeetz.com/drought-improvement-anticipated-for-much-of-centraleastern-us-in-april-development-possible-in-texas-southeast-httpwww-cpc-ncep-noaa-govproductsexpert_assessmentmdo_summary-php/
Calico Aster (Symphyotrichum lateriflorum) Supports over 40 bee species and over 100 insect species Got dry shade and experiencing a world of hurt trying to grow stuff in it? Try calico aster, which gets about 1 foot to 2 feet tall and wide and blooms a ton in midautumn. Native from Minnesota to eastern Texas and all points east, this stalwart aster will create a busy bee buffet line.