Border situation threatens farmers’ livelihood WORSENING BORDER SITUATION: Texas rancher Katie Hobbs’ husband found five girls dumped by a river on the Texas-Mexico border. Ranching families on the border faced with bailouts, unfriendly visitors and high costs to rebuild. Jacqui Fatka | Jun 29, 2021 As the border situation continues to grab headlines and even aContinue reading “A CHILLING TALE”


“The first Cara Cara orange was found growing on a Washington navel orange tree in 1976 at Hacienda Cara Cara in Venezuela, hence its given name. It was introduced to the United States in the early 1980s and now grows in California, Florida and Texas.” Steve brought these oranges home from a market that has unusual fruits and veggies. OrangesContinue reading “THE POWER ORANGE”