Finding a Balance Between Home and Home School

By Contributor / August 3, 2020 / 0 Comments

By Sarah ZubiateFounder and Farmer, ZUBI’S Hi, it’s Sarah Zubiate again! I hope you all enjoyed my first post (and in case you missed it, check it out here). I am so thankful for all the positive comments and wanted to elaborate more in order to answer some of your questions.  It seems like we […]

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Home Sweet School Giveaway: Get Ready For Learning at Home With ZUBI’s

By Candy's Dirt / July 27, 2020 / 1 Comment

As Sarah Zubiate told us in her recent column for, creating a homeschool classroom is as rewarding as it is challenging — and she wears many hats as the founder and farmer of ZUBI’s. Do you need to get a head start on getting ready for virtual learning or full-fledged homeschooling? is proud […]

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Home Sweet School: How One Dallas Mom is Homeschooling in a Pandemic

By Contributor / July 20, 2020 / 7 Comments

By Sarah ZubiateFounder and Farmer, ZUBI’S Like parents everywhere, I am navigating life the best I can during these uncertain and unprecedented times. Throughout the past few years, my family and I have split our time between our home in Dallas and life on our farm in East Texas.  Weekdays consisted of jam-packed days filled […]

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Dirt 101 With Clayton Pilgrim: Why You Should Invest in Farmland

By Candy Evans / March 3, 2020 / 0 Comments

With the stock market at a record high but making dips and dashes thanks to Coronavirus, investors are looking for alternatives, particularly in real estate. Rural real estate. Did you know farmland is the last great untapped asset class? Farmland currently represents an almost $9 trillion market globally with historically high returns and low volatility. […]

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Fantastic Deal: Preservation-Bordering Ranch North of Dallas Going to the Auction Block

By Candy Evans / December 16, 2019 / 0 Comments

When our children were small, we lived next door to the best neighbors you could ever wish for. Our kids were almost identical in age, and they often took all of us to Farmersville to visit their grandparents, which was a huge treat because both sets of our children’s grandparents lived far away, in other […]

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