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Kaitlyn O'Neal
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Plant Growth Regulators: Why & How We Use Them
Selective breeding is a powerful tool. It has allowed us to
take cotton, a perennial bush, and breed it to be cotton, an annual field crop.
Sometimes however, breeding can’t do everything for us. Sometimes we need to
rely on other means to achieve a good ha...

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Flat Aggie Visits O'Neal Farms
Here at
O'Neal Farms, we are always excited to have visitors. This month's visitor was
extra special though!  Flat Aggie  came all the way down to White Deer, Texas
to visit us and spend some time learning about our farm. We so enjoyed her
visit, and I'm ha...

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Spring is... Calving Season
Spring is a busy time here on the farm. We are preparing the ground to be planted to corn, sorghum and cotton by strip-tilling and applying fertilizer. We are pre-watering for those crops. We are spraying our wheat for weeds and giving the irrigated wheat a...

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Winter in the Panhandle
Per the usual of the Texas Panhandle, our winter has been full of ups and downs in weather and temperature. We enjoyed a warm beginning to winter followed by an ice storm over Thanksgiving, a blizzard the day after Christmas, frigid cold, and finally, a cou...

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Christmas in the County 2015 - Gift Reveal!
For the second year in a row, I participated in the Christmas in the Country blogger gift exchange, and once again, I really enjoyed myself! Not only is it great to meet other bloggers, but really learning their tastes is my favorite part. As it turns out, ...

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Merry Christmas from the O'Neals!
How can it already be Christmas time? Time sure flies when you are having fun! 2015 has been a full year for Royce and me. We've both done some traveling, Royce with Texas Farm Bureau's Ag Lead program and me with my job at Monsanto. Last week I was trying ...

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Puppy Love
It's no secret I love my red dogs, Ranger and Rori . When our friends come over to cook out or just hang out, the dogs are the main entertainment. They have giant personalities, and I love them for it. Ranger and Rori are half-siblings, out of the same fema...

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Cotton Closeup
We don't get many dewy mornings here in the Texas Panhandle so when I woke up to a foggy morning, I knew what I had to do: take my camera, my new macro lens and get to a cotton field ASAP. Let me tell you. I was not disappointed! It was a photographer's dre...

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I love farmers and I work for Monsanto.
(Disclaimer: As with every other post on this blog, these are my personal opinions and do not reflect those of my company. I wrote this of my own free will. This post was not sponsored by Monsanto. I received no financial compensation for writing this post....

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I love farmers and I work for Monsanto.
(Disclaimer: As with every other post on this blog, these are my personal opinions and do not reflect those of my company. I wrote this of my own free will. This post was not sponsored by Monsanto. I received no financial compensation for writing this post....
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