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    Although wind power seems to be all the rage today, solar power is slowly becoming the biggest change in ranching. The long-time faithful windmill, dependable if the wind blows, has become so expensive to purchase and maintain, solar-powered water pumps are becoming more numerous...
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    by Clay Coppedge
    "This may be a bitter pill for some Texans to swallow, but the windmill was not invented in Texas. Neither was the Colt revolver. Ditto barbed wire.

    All three are Texas icons credited with taming the wild west, making the land inhabitable and improving the cattle industry. Texas would have had a hard time without any of those three items, but none are Texas natives..." more (with photo illustrations)
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