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From cattle to cotton and rodeos to rockets – “Texas Agriculture Matters” is a fun, informative look at the role of agriculture in our daily lives.

The show utilizes the trademark wit and wisdom of its host, Commissioner Sid Miller — an 8th generation farmer, rancher, and 12-time world champion rodeo cowboy — to explore a new Texas agriculture-related topic every week. READ MORE

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