Texas AgrAbility helping military veterans, agricultural producers with disabilities

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“Tim Smith tells the story of how Texas AgrAbility assisted him with getting a new tractor, modifying it to his needs, and enabling him to take charge of his organic agricultural operation.”


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Cowboys and Indians Magazine: Battleground To Breaking Ground

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“Doug Havemann’s experience with Texas AgrAbility’s “From Battleground to Breaking Ground:  A Transformational Journey” workshop  and how it has enhanced his skills in business, farming, and ranching.”

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Disabled Farmer Gets New Tractor

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Preston Northrup, a paralyzed hay farmer from Brenham, is able to get back on his tractor and continue his operation thanks to help from Texas AgrAbility and students at A&M Consolidated High School in College Station.

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East Texas farmer trades wheelchair for tractor

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Hay and cattle farmer Craig Hillhouse tells the story of how Texas AgrAbility and students at Sam Houston State University enabled him to keep farming and ranching.

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Program set to help disabled farmers and farm workers

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Potter County Extension Agent helps raise awareness for disabled farmers and ranchers and the Texas AgrAbility Program

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Program aids disabled farmers

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Cancer survivor Craig Hillhouse, and veteran Tom Hughes share their experiences with the Texas AgrAbility Project at a workshop in Seguin.

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Veteran-oriented program helps current, former military find new roots

Source: today.agrilife.org

“‘Battleground to Breaking Ground’ efforts reach service members, others statewide”

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Texas Veterans Stepping Up to Fill Boots of Aging Agricultural Workers

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Yvonne Martinez-Higgins and her husband William, both veterans, share their experience with starting an agricultural operation and how Texas AgrAbility has helped them through this process.

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