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Featured Articles from the Spring 2014 Issue

Out Here Magazine - Spring 2014

First Family

Love for each other, their business, and their land keeps the Hicks family close at hand.

Perhaps it was the shallow Medina River, fringed with cypress and live oaks, flowing gently through the rangeland. Or the pockets of shaded, cool green pastures. Perhaps they saw the possibilities in the nearly 400 acres that formerly housed a Girl Scout camp. And so Don Hicks and his parents, and soon, his new wife, Judy, staked their claim — and their future — in Texas. And for the next 50-plus years, the Hicks family would welcome dignitaries, sports and entertainment figures, and regular families from around the globe to this beloved piece of land — the Mayan Dude Ranch.

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Growing Strong Students At An Ag Charter School

Going to school may be a chore to some kids, but for students at the Walton Rural Life Center in Walton, KS, it's what keeps them coming. As soon as they eagerly bounce off the bus, they pull on rubber boots and work gloves, and head to the barnyard out back. Students from kindergarten through fourth grade work as a team, feeding, watering, and cleaning up after chickens, calves, pigs, goats, and sheep; mixing feed; delivering hay; and collecting eggs.

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5 Steps To Sustainable Gardening

If you grow it right, they'll eat it. And by "right," I mean not just right for the plants, or your health, but right for our mother earth and her creatures — right for those who live downstream, right for your doctor bills, right for your waistline, and your pocketbook, and the list goes on. It all comes down to sustainable gardening. This means growing a garden that not only does no harm, but benefits everything it touches. Much of that stems from growing organically.

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The Magic Of The Auctioneer's Chant

There's magic in an auction. There's no rabbit in a hat, just livestock in pens, to be sold to the highest bidder. But there is a magician. Standing at the front, microphone in hand, the auctioneer rattles off his chant. The chant casts its spell. The bidders place their bids.


To experienced livestock traders, the bid caller's syncopated rattle is the music of business. There's no cash register's ca-ching, just a quick "Sold!" shouted after buyers and sellers come to an agreement amid a stream of mile-a-minute prodding.

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Add flavorful new dishes to your dinner table with these tasty recipes submitted by Out Here readers

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Out Here magazine is a quarterly publication from Tractor Supply Co. celebrating the rural lifestyle.
Pick up a hard copy at your local store and browse here for how to and lifestyle articles, recipes, travel ideas and upcoming events.