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Part one -- OFFICIAL MEDICINE 20.000 people died of cancer every day. This translates to 8 million deaths every year, half a million of which are Americans. At the beginning of the last century one person out of twenty would get cancer. In the 1940s it was one of every 16 people. In the 1970s one person out of ten. Today one person out of three gets cancer in the course of their life. Over one million Americans are diagnosed with a new cancer every year. All these people suddenly plunged into a dark tunnel that will dramatically change their life for many years to come. Faced with an apparently endless chain of medical tests, examinations, second opinions, medications, new tests, surgical operations, support therapies and follow-up checks, they find themselves at the complete mercy of the disease. While in that tunnel, each patient feeds an immense medical apparatus that employs hundreds of thousands of people and generates millions and millions of dollars for the medical pharmaceutical industries. From research laboratories to medical schools, from prevention clinics to world wide drug sales, today cancer medical apparatus is so large and expensive that it needs its patients in order to survive just as much as the patients need the apparatus. Cancer is a big business, one of the biggest businesses. The typical cancer patients spends at least 50.000 dollars to treat his or her disease. With one million new American cancer patients every year, that translates to 50 billion dollars annually spent on cancer treatment in the United States. But to modern oncology cancer still remains a mystery. What a century ago we're just wooden contraptions able to lift only a few feet off the ground, today have become sophisticated jets capable of reaching incredible heights at three times the speed of sound. What a century ago was the creaking sounds of the telegraph over some rustling wires today has become a global network of fiber optics where millions of people exchange information in all possible direction. What a century ago was still a relatively unknown planet, today has been left by day and night and it has been explored to the extent that we can visited with every longitude and latitude from the computers of our home. The only thing that has not changed in the last hundred years is the apparent in capacity of medical science to understand and conquer a disease like cancer, why? The official theory maintains that cancer is a problem that originates in the human cell. Cancer is a group of over one hundred diseases characterized by abnormal uncontrolled cell growth. Cancer is a sometimes fatal disease caused by the abnormal growth and division of cells. While normal cells have well defined walls and nucleus, the uncontrolled growth in cancer cells causes the creation of abnormal, unstructured masses of tissue known as neoplasm sparked tumors. Most cancer related deaths are due to metastasis, malignant cells that penetrates into the circulatory system and established colonies to other parts of the body. How and where the migrating cells starts are different in different cancer types. Once the tumor cells are no longer moving, they can begin the process of forming a new tumor by leaving the blood vessel and beginning to reproduce in the new location. If the new environment is suitable, the newly-arrived cell will begin to grow and a new tumor will develop. This official theory also called molecular theory is basically the same that was formulated more than 50 years ago. Cancer begins at the departure from normal cell growth that is harmful and diseasing. If the abnormal cell grows slowly in a limited area, they are called benign tumors. If the cells are spread to other parts of the body, they constitute a malignant tumor, one that is cancerous. Cells of malignant grows, break off and travel through the blood stream to other parts of the body. There they may start new cancerous growth. In the last 50 years the search for the cause of cancer within the human cells has been pushed beyond the limits of anyone's imagination. Today the most advanced laboratories are working directly on the human genome in order to identify the genes that seem to be responsible according to some scientists with a different kinds of cancer. This opens the door to a dream-like scenario for the pharmaceutical industry. A World where each patient who need its own personal cure, tailored its own personal needs. One million new patients every year, one million new cures for each and everyone of them. We want to do the max disease with the cure are palliative treatment whatever it is by using the genomic schools whose that's really. The question whether we're going to break the cure barrier is not the question about if, it is a question when. In the meantime, however, no one has been able to prove that the official theory is the correct one and that the origin of cancer isn't in fact of genetic nature. Major advances are being made in the detection, prevention and treatment of cancer. But the mechanisms that trigger malignant cell growth are still not completely understood. In the meantime statistics seem only to get worse. We lost the war on cancer since the 1950s the outlook for most cancer patients has remained the same: a one-in-three chance of living for five years after diagnosis using conventional therapy surgery, radiation chemotherapy drugs. The fact is that today two out of three American cancer patients will be dead before five years. Despite such dismal results, official oncology continues to oppose on patients that only three therapies that have never been authorized in the last hundred years, surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy. And two of the three are actually carcinogenic. Surgery is the oldest technique and the most successful of the three. The surgery is usefull only when the cancer is localized, the minority of cases. Patients also fear radiation's dangerous side effects. One of these is that the radiation can actually cause cancer. The use of radiation remains controversial even in medical circles. As much as we could work with her sam and math problem she has not compehending yet. yet It take a long time to get election and parts of olympic praying bar didn't mind paying more because of the radiation killed that part of the brain. That part of the brain responsible for memory was gone. Chemotherapy is designed to kill cancer cells throughout the body. It is highly toxic, however, and it also kills healthy cells. Today chemotherapy is often given in combination with surgery and radiation. Your typical chemotherapy patients who said he calls tiredness. There's a risk of sickness bus governments in the streets these days at the controls chemotherapy frequently closes, tastes change examples sore mouth. The first signs that the many people ask about is hair loss. In fact many chemotherapy drugs are carcinogenic. Their toxicity is so high that all personnel handling them must observe very strict safety rules. Their disposal calls for a total destruction and incineration of anything that comes in contact with them. Some of these drugs remain partially toxic, even after incineration beyond 1800 degrees fahrenheit. But there is something new about chemotherapy that has been emerging late. Many women who undergong chemotherapy for breast cancer describe several changes in their memory and concentration. Researchers at The University of Michigan comprehensive cancer center saying this phenomenon is wery rare. Women have complained of cognitive changes that have occurred during the time that they has been treated for breast cancer for a long time now and the term "chemo brain" has been coined and this is used to describe loss of concentration, difficulty remembering things, having difficulty thinking clearly and not being able to function effectively in normal activities that person was able to do perfectly well before they had treatment. Simple little things I would have to have to wait to think of something and it would be frustrating. Researchers say the chemotherapy creates memory problems that can last for years. Children are also beginning to report long-term effects of chemotherapy drugs. Like my homework, like, let's say, like math homework, when its real noisy I can't focus. This make me feel that my mind have been erased. But is there any benefit of chemotherapy? John Caims of Harvard University published a study in Scientific American. He found that chemotherapy drugs benefit at most five percent, one out of twenty of the cancer patients are given to. If these conventional therapy has its limited results, why isn't the medical profession willing to investigate alternatives approaches? The answer to this question may be found in some historic events that took place almost a century ago when official medicine finally managed to gain the upper hand on the so-called empirical doctors who cured patients with herbs and natural remedies. In the 1800 the society both approaches to healing patients had a choice is using their doctors called allopath or natural healers called empirics or homeopath. The two groups waged a bitter philosophical debate. The allopathic doctors call their approach heroic medicine. They believed the physician must aggressively drive the disease from the body. They base their practice on what they considered scientific theory. The allopaths used three main techniques: they bled the body to drain out the bad tumours; they gave huge doses of toxic minerals like mercury and lead to displace the original disease. They also used surgery, but it was a brutal procedure before anaesthesia and infection control. Few patients were willing to have surgery, most patients feared allopathic methods altogether. Satirist of the day remarked that, with allopathic treatment, the patient died of the cure. Competing with the doctors were the empiric healers. Contrary to the doctors, they believed in stimulating the body's own defenses to heal itself. Instead of poisonous minerals, they used vegetable products and non-toxic substances in small quantities, they especially favored herbs learned from native American and old European traditions. The empirics said that they base their remedies not on a theory but in an observation and experience. Satirist of the day added that wasn't her treatment the patient died of the disease, not the cure and the balance of medical power remain equal until the turn of the century. Then new medical treatments emerge that were potentially very profitable. The AMA joined with strong financial forces to transform medicine into an industry. The fortunes of Carnegie, Morgan and Rockefeller financed surgery, radiation and synthetic drugs. They were to become the economic foundations of the new medical economy. The takeover of the medical industry was accomplished by a takeover of the medical schools. Well the people that we're talking about Rockefeller and Carnegie, in particular, came to the picture and said we will put up money. They offer tremendous amounts of money to the schools that would agree to cooperate with them. The donors said to the schools we're we're giving you all this money now wouldn't be too much to ask if we could put some of our people on your board of directors to see that our money is being spent wisely. Almost overnight all of the major Universities received large grants from these sources and also accepted one, two or three of these people, that I mentioned, on their board of directors and the schools literally were taken over by the financial interests that put up the money. Know what happened as a result of that is that the schools did receive an infusion of money they were able to build new buildings, they were able to add expensive equipment to their laboratories, they were able to hire top-notch teachers, but at the same time as doing that they squid the whole thing in the direction of pharmaceutical drugs. That was the efficiency in ?? the doctors from that point forward in history would be thought pharmaceutical drugs. All of the great teaching institutions in America were captured by the pharmaceutical interests in this fashion and it's amazing how little money it really took to do it. Surgery became viable with anaesthesia, and infection control and doctors advocated expensive radical operations. These intern produced the need for a large lucrative hospital system. Radiant fever swept medicine. The price of radium rose 1000 percent almost overnight. Another costly technological industry entered the hospital system. The drug industry grew out of the booming patent medicine business. The doctors changed educational standards and licensing regulations to exclude the empirics. Soon only AMA approved doctors could legally practice medicine. In a brief twenty years, the AMA came to dominate medical practice. Organized medicine launched immediate campaign to associate the empirics with quacks. The code word for competition was quackery. So now the average doctor go to school, he gets a grade education; he has to be really smart to get through it; he learns all about drugs; he doesn't know too much about basic nutrition. I found that the average wife of these positions knows more about nutrition than he does. But they sure know their drugs and if you go near typical doctor today I don't care what it is, chances are you gonna walk out of there where the prescription, why? Because that's what he has been trained to do. The companies that make up the pharmaceutical industry are among the largest corporations in the world. Together these businesses have come to be known as "Big Pharma". In 2004 their combined global sales were over half a trillion dollars with Pfizer and Johnson and Johnson leading the pack. In the US the core of big pharmacy immense profits is from sales of prescription medication and since these drugs can only be prescribed medical professionals, most of the industry's promotional and marketing activities are directed at doctors, pharmacists and the other health care providers. This starts out in the first year in medical school and many medical schools evenly incoming students that you know or two years away from from prints and the patient will start to get gifts from the pharmaceutical industry and as, as the students get farther along in their medical education, the interactions gets escalate to free lunches, dinners. Champagne brunches, happy hours, New York Jet tickets. No matter where you spend the money, you make money. And my boss always told me, "Don't worry about it, they'll always be more funding". Spend what you can. In fact if I give you a 100.000 dollars to spend, Gene I want you to spend 200.000. Before 1980 most clinical research was funded by the National Institutes of Health. During the 90s most of that research got pulled out a Universities and was being done, was brought to for-profit research organizations. The problem is that that gave virtual complete control over the research to the drug companies. They could design the studies, they have control data so that that many of the authors of the most important articles are published our best journals, aren't even allowed to see their own data. They don't get free access to their own data and they have control of publication. To sum it all up, the pharmaceutical industry first gained control of the teaching system. Then it gave the AMA the power to exclude all of the doctors from practicing. Then it took over the entire drug testing process, both heavily influencing the medical publications that review those drugs. And finally big pharma extended its control over the Federal entity that is supposed to verify those drug safety and efficacy. At the opposite end of the other 6 citizens and in the middle of the doctors who must cure them based on information they can only get from the pharmaceutical industry which could no longer be verified. Chemotherapy drugs are in fact among the most expensive of all. A one month supply of Erlotinib, a chemotherapy drug produced by Roche cost 2300 dollars. The same supply of Sorafenib, Bayer's chemotherapy drugs cost 5500 dollars. The monthly supply of Sunitinib, a chemotherapy drugs produced by Pfizer cost almost 7000 dollars. The drug industry is the most successful global industries in the world. While they don't want you to get better, if you get better their market is gone. Fear, it's darkness humanity down to schools if you need to keep inflation we thank you and paralyzed last he has simply an instant available fiction and deployed all too often by day's intent on the flicting controll over the masses. Fear preys on the missile movements. Fear sells and nowhere is fear more strenuously than in the fields of medicine and human nutrition. Fear and ?? it consists making us believe that we can do little of our own to prevent or treat diseases, and forces the whole nations to me that the waters of the drug industry And of course the fear mongers is also preying on fear of disease and the solution that the fear mongers give us are drugs. As if i designed health choices is limited information is scarce, lives are ruined and the truth be damned. The fear machine is well oiled by petro chemical dollars and near world wide monopoly in health care into into the tend to prevent the truth about dietary supplements from getting out to the public. Anything that comes from nature cannot be patented. They're not interested in that. So, we translate that into the real world of FDA approval. Surely, these drug companies aren't going to spend 20 million dollars or more testing any substance from nature because it can't be patented. That, and of course the FDA says, it's illegal to use unless it's been tested for efficacy and safety. But you see the Catch-22 in there. Nothing from nature, regardless of how effective it might be, will ever be proven safe or effective according to the FDA. It'll never be! Because nobody's going to spend the money to go through the test. So therefore everything from nature will always be condemned by the FDA as unproven and unproven cancer cure. In a small town in Northern Ontario, the year 1922, Rene Caisse first learned of the cancer remedy which she termed Essiac. Unbeknownst to history, this fragile Canadian nurse has heroically managed to cure thousands of people from cancer with a simple concoction of herbs. While nursing old patient, Rene noticed that she had a scar in her breast. The patient said it was left over from the cancer she cured over thirty years before, using a mixture of herbs to justify the medicine man from the local Ojibwe tribe. Rene tried the same formula on her aunt who had recently been diagnosed with cancer. I went down and I asked our doctor Fisher who later was Dean at the University of Toronto and she would watch over her if I would tried some of these herbs and he said he would, and it took quite a while but she got better and she live for 21 years. After that successful experience, Rene quit the hospital and began curing people with a mixture of herbs that would become known as ESSIAC which is her last name spelled backwards. Soon the voice spread and the number of patients heal from cancer started to multiply. In about 1943 I was diagnosed this kind of two to return home finance him growth in the bow which is inoperable and that was in January and my husband just told that when the snow is gone I probably be gone with it. So through friends I was directed to Ms. Caisse and I came to her and had treatments farmer for practically three years and found that I was cured that had no return since. de carava steiger have praised rage sent me in patient cancer in the bow and their trust in and I'd cured him so and activity he went to Florida Town Council and Mayor and persuade them to give me a building that had they had taken for taxes as a clinic that I had made a great discovery and that I should be supported in my own hometown. So they set up that clinic where I treated for eight and half years. In a few months the clinic was fervent with activities with patients flocking in from all different places. The clinic was full every time we were there under people came in and around since we were not able to come in the treatment, that Rene have to go out and administering the medicine in the ambulace. And time went on and we watched these people be able to walk in and finally they drive in with their own car to get Essiac. I treated from 300 to 600 patients a week and the only way they would allow me to do this was free of charge and I had to have Doctors diagnoses for every case I treated. who was on her diagnosis merits Caisse high-tech treatment for her every week about a year. I have no cancer today. It was one Doctor Leonardo from Buffalo would immediately recognize the potential for Rene's cancer cure to warn her of what was waiting ahead. Dr. Leanardo, he was a cancer surgeon and he said, "you think you have a cure for cancer?", I said, a way beyond thinking I know them here. I have five other doctors in examining patients anymore defeated and that the into an inpatient inaccurately therein. So, then he told me you have it, but the medical profession will never let you do this to us. After a while, a mysterious group of entrepreneurship offered Rene one million dollars for the secret formula, but she flatly refuse as they would not guarantee that her cure would be made available for free to anyone who ever needed it. Rene Caisse was called before the legislature in 1938 to determine Essiac's legal status. I tried legalize my treatment. And patients opened up this petition line 55.000 names on it. And had a different legacy to you I lost by three votes. Public outcry for the establishment of a cancer commission to investigate herbal remedies. The greatest majority of Rene's evidence was rejected. You see, they sent the doctors only mistaken diagnosis identifying patients that they are cured. I kept on my clinics as long as I could until they stopped the doctors giving the diagnosis, then I had to stop. And it's sad thing thanks emily ends came and they have stumbled interviews ill with cancer in the medical profession can't do nothing for them and they beg me to defeat them. It's a very, very sad thing to turn them away. I had nervous break down over there, I really had to stop. How they can and he can make in is refused n from recognizing because if you had the proof you have the diagnosis from the doctor who categorized co-findings and you find you have the living patient to show that that they are still alive after the mediacal profession has given them up. And yet they refused to admit that it is a cure. After she recovered from the breakdown, Rene started again from scratch, brewing the herbal mixtures, curing patients in her own basement. I had to grind them I used to get them ... Soon the authorities began harassing her again, having her arrested more than once for the most preposterous reasons. But the famous Essiac had already crossed the border as one day Rene received an invitation to scientifically tester herbal remedy from a clinic in Massachusetts. About 20 years ago 1958 here in this laboratory... Its director was Doctor Charles Brush who was also president Kennedy's personal position and a close friend. ...undertook the study effects of drug or herb called Essiac. And we found it was non-toxic indeed affects and helped in the treatmet of cancer and as a result of this... At that point Doctor Brush recommended Essiac to be tested for toxicity in order to be approved by the FDA that if it is possible cancer cure. Once the herbs arrived at Sloan-Kettering, one of the most important cancer research centers in the country, the process somehow got bogged down and dealys and eventually never came to a conclusion. The results that I reported to Rene Caisse were studies and sarcoma one eighty in mices in which we were aboard looking not only for possible primary innovation of the tumour which did not occur but also for regressions and there was and respond precentage in a small group of regressions but we never had the opportunity to confirm this and to see whether we could obtain better results. Nevertheless, Essiac was not approved by the FDA, exactly as predicted by Dr Leonardo 30 years before. Further attempts to legalize the cure were made by different groups of patients who went as far as suing the medical authorities for denial possible cure for cancer empty can't Essiac yes asking to be given the right he uses the Essiac that the tax plan summary has any interest for you you can't burn the cancer out of the body with radiation, you can't poisoned out of the body without poisoning the body as well and I feel that nature holds the answer, the only abswer for the cancer patients and as such we should have it. Our constitutional rights at the moment being denied to us and it's shouldn't even come down to a court hearing. It should be a matter of fact that we have what we want for our body. I had cancer from head to toe into the world you're going to try and tell me that if i think there's something that going to give me a little bit late that are not going to try it. But the response from the medical authorities has always been the same at the cost of looking foolish for the rediculous excuses that often had to concoct to resist its approval. If we release Laetrile and Essiac and provide them and so on, how I can give you a very long less you'll have a very wide choise and when there is something effective how did you know what choose from? Someone far better to prevent Essiac for being used in the future but doctors who may eventually respond to a higher calling of their conscience. at brown California valid point one eighty eight but they like that kind of native pal by dr king you have any other than the other badly expected nothing out treatment for cancer there and they no longer than a hundred thank you surgery, chemo therapy, radiation ever back in black and i think that leichtberg that there back on track Exhausted and frustrated by the endless fight, Rene is simply returned home and went on treating patients on a personal basis until the day she died in 1978. One year before that, many cured patients can be done and ideas birthday to thank what she has done for them. Ex-patients and supporters arrives bridge Ontario they came to help Rene celebrate her 90th birthday, They have experienced the benefits of Essiac many of the people here philly over my family detainees patni path and I have given my life for activity really meant testing dates let me get this done to see it used and used by the people. Very similar to Rene's story is the one of Harry Hoxsey, a Texas businessman, His father had passed on to him herbal formula that would reveal highly effective against cancer. Unlike Rene, however, Hoxie was very wealthy, he was a natural born fighter who feared no one. The set the premise for one of the most prolonged and virulent fights between an American citizen and the medical authorities in the history United States. The trouble began with what seemed like good news. And we now have in our files, records many thousands of case histories, records, pathological proof, X-ray photographic studies that we do, we can cure cancer, both internal and external names of doctors... The Doctors label Hoxsey worst cancer quack of the century. But hoxsey's supporters called him an effective healer persecuted by medical stressed. ...now they have newer proven, that this treatment don't cure cancer. The ex coal miner with an eighth grade education became a legend in his own time. According to the Hoxsey legend, the remedies were discovered by his great-grandfather experimenting on a sick horse. As the story goes, John Hoxsey was a vetenarian whose price duncan got cancer he put it out to pasture to die. But three weeks later the tumor had stabilized he observes the horse eating unusual plants, not part of its normal diet. Within the year the horse was well. So, John Hoxsey began to experiment on animals with the herbs andy added other popular home remedies. He claimed success and pass the formulas down through the family who eventually used them on people. Hoxie said his father was the first to try the medicines on people he gave young Harry the formulas with the death bed wish to make the treatment available to people whether or not they could pay. Prophetically, he warned the boy against the high priests of medicine who are fighting jealously. It didn't take long. Hoxsey started his first clinic in Illinois in 1924 and he immediately incurred the wrath of organized medicine. He was arrested more times than any other man in medical history. Yet, by the 1950s the Hoxsey clinic of Dallas, Texas was the largest privately owned cancer center in the world. Hoxsey clinics reached through seventeen states endorsing the treatment for senators, judges and even some doctors. Two federal courts upheld its therapeutic value. If the treatment was worthless, how did it gained so much support? To claim a cure for cancer is to invite the evaluation. While the medical profession turned its back on Hoxsey, numerous individuals did make personal investigation. These experiences repeatedly turned skeptics into believers. Among them was Esquire Magazine writer James Wakefield Burke who 1939 began covering Hoxseys story. landlords are very great one bedford why don't you go down to Texas and lets exposed this started getting too big and American Medical Association like put him out of business is said you go down and get a quiet weather that says it will do couple of pieces on and then but in the end of this. So, this was assignment. I came to Texas I started this day about a day get my information to release. I became fascinated. I stayed for six weeks. Everyday Harry would pick me up bring me to the clinic, we commented in the morning and he would put his arm around his old men and women say, "That damn Docs been cut you up, I don't let some of the bitches kill you it's great demand childlike in prison they get better and began to get well. So I wrote a outline for Peace back probably track called "A Quack Who Cured Cancer". and I send it to back to the editors but it never came out. Assistant District Attorney Al Templeton was more than a skeptic; He arrested Hoxsey more than one hundred times in two years. That is own brother, Mike, got terminal cancer and he secretly went to Hoxsey. When Mike Templeton got well, Al Templeton gave Hoxsey the credit. Hoxseys prosecutor became his lawyer. More and More people supporting Hoxsey's claims of a cure as bold as promoter was christian evangelist gerald when dr his radio broadcast reached millions of listeners with sensational reports of Hoxsey's mounting successes. Finally regular broadcast by reading for you what I regarded the very important statement and I quote the group about the role of twelve million of a problem on corporate pop that the Hoxsey treatment cures cancer Then doctors number of cures reaches for thousands and former United States Senator Thomas studied a large number of cures. I had made by only investigation that satisfied myself that cacer has really been cured by the Hoxsey method. the problem reporter can only say, "God bless these quacks". The only quacks who are curing cancers today. But a new cancer treatment needs more than personal investigations to gain acceptance; it needs a formal scientific review. And what I say to you, all I want is to have them come here. The American Medical Association, Food and Drugs Federal Covernment, anybody. Come here and make an investigation. If I don't prove to them that our cure is superior to radio surgery, then lock the door for this institution forever. But the medical profession did not respond to his call. got doctor ornish coimbra at they already knew from their medical and education that his remedies were had no efficaciousness at all, no cure they were just talking norway sin patterned after dinner plate According to Hoxsey there was a more sinister reason the medical profession wouldn't investigate. Hoxsey said the AMA doctors invited him to demonstrate the treatment. Among them was Doctor Morris Fishbein editor of the influential AMA journal. According to Hoxsey the day after his successful demonstration, a high AMA official has to buy the rights to the formulas the alleged offer would have given all rights to a group of doctors including Doctor Fishbein. Just like redneck, Hoxsey turned out they offered because it could not get the guaranteed that the formula would have been made available for free to anyone who ever needed it. But one thing was certain, Hoxsey had made a very powerful enemy. By crossing swords with Doctor Fishbein, he alienated the most influential figure in medicine. Dr Fishbein held a unique position. As journal editor he controlled the main income producing organ of the AMA and thus the organization. He also published the accepted standards of medical practice. After the Chicago incident, Dr. Fishbein blackballed Hoxsey by branding him a quack in the journal. It commented that Hoxsey's most enthusiastic supporter was the local undertaker. The AMA attack was relentless. Dr. Fishbein and Hoxsey would battle each other for 25 years to come in a drama of national dimensions. But rather than settling the dispute through scientific means they played out in the media. At the Association's head quarters in Chicago vigilance against quackery Doctor Morris Fishbein. There is no combination of drugs that we know, that will definitely cure cancer. When Hoxsey approach the National Cancer Institute for an investigation, the agency refused. The NCI said his medical records are incomplete. Hoxsey said doctors refuse to supply necessary records because of Doctor Fishbein's influence. The government concluded that would be a waste of public funds to investigate. Having struck oil in Texas, Hoxie offered to pay for a test himself. His challenges for putting Doctor Fishbein under public pressure and the doctor fought back hard in the public arena. But when he wrote about the blood money in the Hearst sunday papers, he went too far. Hoxey sued Doctor Fishbein and Hearst Newspaper empire for libel and slander. He didn't seem to stand a chance, the Nation's most notorious quack tasted who's who of American Medicine. Surprisingly Harry Hoxsey became the first man ever to win his judgement against Doctor Fishbein and AMA. Dr Fishbein had to resign from his post at AMA. But the Hoxsey - Fishbein trials called even more shocking revealation. Dr Fishbein admitted in court that Hoxsey supposedly brutal pastes actually did cure external cancers. The most dangerous external cancer is melanoma that can spread rapidly through the body. Doctors advise extremely radical surgery, even so, melanoma is often fatal. We have not gotten proven cases of melanoma files of patients to talk to that has been cured attracted to him in any other decision tomorrow about the prospect that we have the back to back it up. Hoxsey went as far as producing his own movie to make his voice heard from the medical profession. It would be an innovation man of the medical profession if instead of promoting so much time and money to court trials, sniping tactics, smear campaign. They would come to the clinic, newsom investigating, check into our methods speak to some of our patients. Then they would understand why our treatment has been as effective and in most cases, far more successful and anything they've had to offer as solution to the cancer problem. But instead of accepting the invitation, the medical establishment escalated the war. Mildred Nelson has directed Hoxsey's clinic from the beginning. But he was never investigated except in a criminal type of way to see what it might be doing wrong. The Food and Drug have always been famous much for her at some point; go to people's houses, take their medicine but it was delivered to what doing wrong. When the Government couldn't stop Hoxsey in the court, the FDA decided to take on presidented action. Suffers from cancer their families physicians all concerned with the care of cancer patients are hereby advised and warned that so-called Hoxsey treatment for internal cancer has been found on the basis of evidence presented by the FDA to be one st And it was so successful that the FDA than what I had and issued a post reform which was put up in post offices around the country. Actually had blacked out cac camp combining and heartland and kane i'm thinking about what they are doing to me, I'm thinking about the 12.000 patients for this clinic humanity. But the government did just more than warn the public. Although federal prosecutors couldn't prove the treatment was worthless, they did outlawed on technicalities like falsely labeling. At one time we had seventeen clinics opened cross-country. Food and Drug walked in. The same date there were one of the padlock them generated carrying out the money to protect the poor state-by-state. After losing all his clinics, Harry Hoxsey eventually gave up his twenty five year long fight against the medical establishment. He built a new clinic in Mexico, put Mildred Nelson in charge, went back to Texas where he died in 1974. The Mexican clinic has been treated thousands of patients over the years and it is still active today, under different doctors, after Mildred Nelson passed away. But the Hoxsey treatment has never been made available to American patients and it cannot even be shipped legally into the country. Those who wish to use the Hoxsey treatment must travel each time to Mexico and are alloved to bring back only the amount needed for their personal use. all the diets the health of principles and the nutritional concepts that we share today have a single fathers maximally in person dr person was the first ever suggest that could help depends primarily unhealthy first morning germany in eighteen eighteen point max gerson was inspired by the figure at the end at some of us the hungarian doctor who discovered that in order to avoid infections in pregnant women positions simply needed to wash their hands chlorine solution prior to receiving his doctors who's in the legal system max pierson suffered from severe repeated migraine headaches living in this century in a perfect for days after two years of experience doctor hurst was able to eliminate his migraines leaving only certain rights by nineteen eighteen were distributed decreased my greenday but on one occasion of patient returned with an observation marveling at the margin would be distant acquaintances is stunning news spread like wildfire in april nineteen twenty four famous one specialist doctor freedman celebrants offered to do a clinical trial forbidden fruit condition all-too-common study starbucks at the curse in private superb group booby every word of commercial street formed in forty six two four eleven fifty patients recover over ninety nine percent ducted christians believe lecture three daughters beyond this shot gold children should keep a special interest in it for this work for the late nineteen twenties figures his fame it spread to procure especially after he toured doctor albert schweitzer's white pulmonary tuberculosis switches daughter skin disease but fortunes seventy-five years old Gerson therapy aims to achieve a complete detoxification body through a series of intestinal washes based on organic coffee and a strict diet raw vegetables and fruits grown in a optimal terrain. Meat is absolutely to be avoided as explained by Charlotte doctored persons eighty two-year-old because he needs in the body registered plans as causes eleven 17 phosforic acids and passion in this kind of a city that by the recipient of the function the body has to maintain on these days it has to be intended very exactly have alkalinity versus acidity. once detoxic the talks of fire human body firms being a wonderful capable of healing itself from any given disease. Between 1932 and WW 2 person whose family fled nazi persecution entries settling in New York computers from seven sins before the start the commercial success because new york city stormed the medical community below zero dark forces dr christmas tree patients with cancer them as a consequence who testified before the United States Senate and german first certain there 1946 five rooms recovered calculations medical records shuru stunning was his testimony but on the evening of july the third and can produce loaned ABC news correspondent Raymond groomsman brutal as radio broadcast to the entire lUnited States for the first time in history discovered the cure for cancer. The public response was overwhelming, staggering many of the switchboards ABC nonstop out of control unbelievable. What happened next was even more so two weeks later Raymond brown fired position at ABC held for over 30 years and the paper nearly anti-cancer bill 1946 document number 8947 now gathers dust in the archives that he can you guys. Behind it all it wasn't hard to see them handle Morris Fishbein AMA. Fishbein had already been in the long struggled with person since the german doctor was the first ever denounced the dangers of smoking at a time when the largest advertising contributor for the AMA was in fact Philip Morris. I a repeated national survey doctors in all branches of medicine, doctors in the all parts of the country were asked: "What cicarette you are smoking Once again the brand name most was Camel. Yes according to this repeated nationwide survey more doctors smoke Camel than any other cigarette. Max Gerson was faster size from the entire medical community labeled him a quack continuously attacked him and harassed. latin american veteran their rhetoric arrogant from are sarandon breaking regret program barry correct character even graham parisians were program program one are you going to do you're right and i don't remember anything about her or now how greg evaporated when i've been moderate dot knickerbocker bird i have a comparable and bloomberg program myron reluctantly burger barbara banker program then worldwide whatever kind of invented and i remember correctly non-political man it took person ten years to write the book which presented fifty fully documented terminal cases he had carried with his therapy yet curse and found no major publisher willing to release the book in the united states at that uh... he was totally and for ever banned from uh... from publication in the united states why was the american medical association so opposed to the garrison therapy and i think all the medical associations were opposed to the gerson therapy here comes a new approach and nutritional approach an effective approach the medical pharmaceutical industry if it even once a cure for cancer sensor so much profit in this disease certainly does not want to cure to be a nutritional one doctor dryer since that the rest of his life secluded his new york apartment where he kept caring patience with the same thera that in the meantime was being forbidden united states this is where an dr cursed and now winds up until the day instead where he had a clinic where he saw patients where patients recover thank you where he documented so many re have reached yet those recoveries are not available to the public does published articles have been published in your not been allowed to be published in american journal the reason four that is that fact that it's not a patented medicines and it's not an infant in medicine this is the crux of the matter this is a natural that allows people too to control of their own health required drug intervention if they get a sense that they were permitted inside the united states and i believe that it should be we would see a dramatic decrease and deaths from cancer i would estimate defect aloni rate but go down by at least fifty percent very possibly marcel exactly like mildred nelson charlotte person ethical all the way to mexico open a clinic fewer people after her father's death over the years comparison clinic has seen a continuous flow of patients all over the medical records from over fifteen six are available to anybody who wishes to examine them throw that any physician is practically invented to come to the mexican hospital and visit and see a patient they have a visit with the patients and with their permission then they would have access to their medical records but the medical establishment kept ignoring the call while officially continuing to deny the validity of the gerson therapy dr dena down his popular radio and television program fixture in american television doctor caddell has been representing the voice of official medicine on national television for many years sab unloaded their sincerity is ever to ordered terminally ill patient people get very confused by this uh... if you think that they simply what's but in their sincerity really wouldn't expect it to cure cancer the people sometimes can secures itself there is a rate of cancer goes away by itself some people didn't really have cancer is a misdiagnosis nineteen eighty six and thankful to paint expenses which is spent in my neighbor well-planned and spinning doctors told me i had three months to live to go home finances in order and prepare to die my husband just wouldn't accept it and i was only forty six party and for we in-home therapy for two years after three months my doctors hear when it was still yes that would have a cat scan answered promptly said i don't know what to do it we don't wanna communities the dodgers at that time instead i would never live to c_n_n_'s second grandchild which he is now nineteen years old improving after good therapy revert back to uh... you talk to a specialist on blood and she uh... said what what was so clean and clear that she couldn't tell i've ever had cancer and she said i was the first patient of ever happened tourism after i had uh... gone back to the on colleges stafford on the person therapy for a couple months at that time weren't they have found that i was cured of cancer from the c_t_ scan that they have done my abdomen uh... he couldn't believe that he thought it was a miracle ten years following being on the person therapy which took in your hand i started going back to the mayo clinic uh... in seemed actress got to listen and colleges there just for checkups to be sure it was clear and he said everything was like eighteen-year-old e_m_i_ blood profile was perfect and he couldn't believe how i looked and how much energy i had any estimate done and i went over the person therapy with him doctor scott said that's great that he said that we can sell it doctor wallace sampson is the editor of the scientific review alternative medicine aber ich medical practices which claims to present an objective viewpoint as occurs in therapy ever at cured of cancer patients of course not they won't even really set a record so what would it take for you to be convinced that this there p is that the credit has credibility offer still have to show some reason why it should work real life whitetail cancers behave and uh... we know the kinds of things that cause cancer so they have to come up with some kind of though believable theory of why their diet should work the second of all that have to convinced us that everything we know about it in the past fifty years is wrong and they're right now how they're going to come up with material like that this impossible they don't have it dr kurz then documented some any rehydration yet those recoveries are not available to the public does published articles have been published in your not been allowed to be published in american journal doctor steven bharat can be considered today's equivalent of morris fishbein study at the helm of this publication quack watch doctor baruch denounces every form of therapy that the official medicine considers to be a fraud or a fake take the gerson therapy for example uh... person was a physician who claimed that tahiti cure cancer with diet and a number of other methods there's absolutely no scientific evidence that he's cured anyone parent are program green regret program baron correct character in graham oregon your own newsroom were program retiring mariah doesn't have the was known simpson visible doctors know sister concerned persons home today that there's an atrocity once in the holocaust doctor gore hammer is the founder of the so-called new term in medicine dr hammer believes that each can serve as a consequence of a deep psychological trauma that was not completely resolved by the individual manifesting in a specific kind of tumor forty two kind of trauma despite the large popular movement in his favor despite the support of many other doctors from all over the world and despite the scientific evidence presented by dr medical institutions have never undertaken a serious evaluation of his work and i proceeded to revoke his license instead since then european authorities have been continuously harassing doctor hammer until one day he was arrested in spain simply for having advised other citizens on the curative method they should follow dr hammer ended up spending nineteen months in a french president today doctor hammer is a free citizen again but he cannot practice medicine no kenny promoting anyway his theory which appears to have the potential of helping thousands of people all over the world in the nineteen seventies doctor ernst t crabs perfected the so-called trophy plastic theory of cancer that had been originally proposed by doctor john beard one century ago the same theory have been developed and publicized by the father doctor kurtz crabs according to krebs vitamin b seventeen which is found in the seeds of the paper cuts and other similar fruits is an effective cure against many kinds of cancers and especially breast long colon and prostate cancers vitamin b seventeen also known as lay a trail has been one of the most popular remedies against cancer since the nineteen fifties and in the last decade has collected the support of many scientists and on colleges from all over the world in italy dr quill betty from the terrain university undertook a scientific study on lake trail it showed very promising results doctor dean burke head of the cycle chemistry section of the national cancer institute has reported that in a series of tests on animal tissue the b_-seventeen had no effect on normal cells but released so much cyanide invensys aldehyde when it came in contact with cancer cells that not one of them could survive he said when we adlai drilled to a counter-culture under the microscope we can see the cancer cells dying off like flies also sloan-kettering the new york-based cancer research institute seems to have known about the therapeutic qualities of layer trail for a long time this was confirmed by one of the foremost cancer researchers of the time dr kalam matsu secure a in a magazine interview published in nineteen seventy seven as the news began to spread sloan-kettering pressured secure up to refute his statements but he refused to do so forcing sloan-kettering to officially denied the anticancer qualities electra sloan-kettering was later accused of falsifying the research on which they base their negative statement electra this was not the only case in the major war waged by the medical industry in the nineteen seventies against leo terrell and dr john richardson andy who's now deceased had a by cancer clinic a very thriving cancer clinic up in the san francisco area yet in the seventies when he met the doctor kurtz d krebs junior had many conferences with him became familiar with the the theory the science behind it and began to cautiously use it in his practice he was losing most of his patients and he was treated with cancer he went from that to a high success rate almost overnight by using this substance and so it became very enthusiastic about it the word got around his patients were very happy of course and they told their friends and was a very long before people were coming from all over the united states and in some cases even from europe to be treated at the richardson clinic then he got into trouble with the medical authorities the hospital uh... administration contacted him and said you have to stop using this material because it is not approved by the f_d_a_ and he said yeah i know it's not approve but it works they said we don't care whether it works or not it is not unapproved substance in your in violation of the law medical authorities have never recognize the therapeutic use of land trial all the f_d_a_ has listed among the toxic substances making it in fact illegal to be sold in the united states in nineteen ninety-two doctor william lane published a book called sharks don't get cancer in which he maintained that shark cartilage has the capacity of inhibiting the growth of tumors in order to grow beyond a certain size every tumor needs to build its owned capillaries system the creation of new blood vessels is called ngo genesis shark cartilage has a specific anti angiogenic characteristic and that they didn't tell ups the growing tumor and literally suffocated by not allowing the new capillary system to grow the entire angiogenic characteristic of shark cartilage is well-known to official medicine and it's confirmed by a number of different scientific studies but shark cartilage for some reason is not suggested as a cure for cancer while the pharmaceutical companies are competing in secret to produce a similar compound in the lapd or to extract from the cartilage a specific compound that can be patented and exploited commercially what they are interested in finding something perhaps within something in nature if they can find some sub component that they can extract and then make it a man-made chemicals it works the same way then they can patent that then they're interested but not if it comes from nature another well-known remedy against cancer particularly popular in europe is mistletoe a semi parasitic plant found although spin other similar trees mistletoe is used to produce different medicines like iska door whose effectiveness against cancer has been known for many years bigger deserves america cuz it's nothing new stuff and that's been around a long time israel over seventy eight years austrian scientist and full awesome for rudolf steiner the founder of astro-ph logical medicine suggested the use of mistletoe against cancer almost a hundred years ago this plant has been considered sacred since the times of the celts who worship that and used it as a universal him in a cancer patient mistletoe causes an immediate increase in the macrophages which is normally followed by a regression the disease we do know that it has been used in luxury properties particularly genocide occurrence they can see the magical within the sort of there's this purported cement mistletoe they're actually cytotoxic meeting actually nikhil cancer cells where you can put to sleep in steiner clinics iska dork is used as part of a larger program against cancer that includes all the emotional psychological and spiritual aspects of the individual in the united states mistletoe is almost unknown but the task of denying its curative qualities has been taken out in this case by the british sanitary system with resorted to the well-known excuse of absence tough evidence the pcc has reviewed the evidence relating to mistletoe in the management of breast cancer and we found and i'm on one of the people it's looks at the evidence we found that there's no convincing supporting evidence recently american author and actress suzanne somers announced that she defeated cancer using mistletoe you mentioned you can see are back in two thousand one you on this program announce it you'd been battling cancer in most people would just go to doctor dickey more you want a different browsing how are you now and i'd just micellar sounds tested actually not that's your immune system man i've been injecting that is going on for eight years selamat called and then anything you don't have cancer anticancer anymore the list of historic cases in which a potential cure for cancer has fallen into oblivion could literally continue for college from the vitamin c kill or like noble prize winner linus pauling to the infamous krabi isn't by dr ivy from the molecular cures through the microscope dr right to doctor calls toxins the dynamics of always been the same the doctors have been ostracizing provided or persecuted without their therapies ever being considered for serious scientific evaluation the last person to propose a natural cure against cancer is studio c machining an italian oncologist who finds himself in the middle of the storm after having declared that the portion of cancer and is not genetic but it is due to the aggression of a fungus called can deduct albicans based on this hypothesis doctor cement jeannie treats cancer with sodium bicarbonate which is one of the strongest an abuse of fungi in nature how discipline to scan in the body where do you think this all starts from years of research it is a name to me immediately picked eight b_ then make pollution because the foremost is that undervalued waikiki eat it is undervalued because of if he's not understood from the very beginning of his studies doctor seema cheney felt the need to reconsider the cancer paradigm from scratch and began looking for a different origin of the disease what puzzled him the most was the fact that all tumors behave in the same way even though the appear completely different from one another then he started looking for a common denominator and eventually found one most cancers appear white this tumor specimens show that devastating impact disease can have a on the body this is a liver riddled with cancer white bubbles are all too much if you enter at the body and uh... you reach an organ affective affected by the concert you can see that in the lance are always winds sometimes discord man with the lab already did the defense reaction bottoms every post more panic examination the scientists find the why lumps the white masses that these form guy this is a the program who entered with a camera and look the prayer on he shouldn't be breadth baat you can see all the lamps older cancer that his wife this is a heartbeat and this is a bronchial cancer locally we went into the room capital today how whites and then in the column concept this is a red because there is a little bit block i wash the doc it is always y like candied can deduct albert terrance in latin means glowing white it should be clarified that the presence of fungi and tumors is nothing new in the medical world all this time has the finding a lot more gas sections landing the uncle leave unusually high uh... nobody in one way or the senate these c only microorganism present intensification official on college e however believes that their presence in tumors is due to their opportunistic nature which brings them to build colonies wherever they find a suitable environment disbelief though seems contradicted by careful observation of the animal world sports from the parasitic fungus called cadiz it's confused reaches and spotted undermined and new solutions discovered by the workers interstate highway can't jump too far away from a colony and it seems extreme cuts this is the reason why denial fruiting body of the cadiz obstructs frumpy instead sixteen take three weeks to grown unplanned finished they'd at least boris will burst from its too factory and command facilities will be in serious response gas the fungus is so few beating like a colonies accounts and it's not just once that file fifty statistical in this case it was the fungus because the beds death not the death of the apt to invite the presence of the fungus what normally appears to be a simple opportunist is in fact before fledged assassin it and we are and a half canada oracle dandelion handlebar are acadia hardware not all the way timeline there are lots of the food morale and becoming teen boy from microorganism any animals solely the enchantment lol microorganism anything cannot create more often inside and begin the healing in math that has the file in a mall candidate is a very familiar fungus known especially to women who sometimes experience an infection in the sexual organs the vagina is a must be working out in the evening outside of the body to the u_s_ who want the moisture is now create a perfect environment microorganisms debris for example bacteria called lactobacillus which are naturally president of china co-exist with these fungus called lp normally the lactobacillus created an acidic environment keeps naturally he's population in balance when conditions within the vagina change that either decreased the numbers of lactobacillus or decrease pcb easily spunk i begin tomorrow normally the immune system keeps the fungi under control and doesn't allow them to establish colonies in your body his white cell spots a fungus in the blood stream taxact and destroys it if the systems defenses instead get lower than usual weekend detection manage to aggregate into small colonies practically everywhere in the body it as well cap xcode about it homicide k killer the back on earth k review far from being a wild uncontrolled cellular replication according to cement chini the growth of the tumor diesel lucid and desperate reaction from the organism in extreme attempt to reject the intruder by the same token doctor steven chaney believes that the test isis are not cancerous cells that leaves the primary tumor to go start a new one somewhere else but small groups of fungi belonging to the primary tumor that fall into the bloodstream during biopsies or during our regular surgical operation these runaway fungi settled into environment and prepare to take advantage of a weakened organism to establish their new colony once this provocation has started becomes necessary to restore the immune system to its maximum potency as soon as possible if the patient is given chemotherapy instead this only accelerates the destruction of his natural defenses as the drug kills indiscriminately cancerous and healthy cells while possibly prolonging the survival by a few months chemotherapy makes it impossible for the organism to recover its defense capabilities making it but i want to succumb sooner or later for the multiplying fungal attacks in order to test his theory doctor seeming chini began treating cancer with sodium bicarbonate sodom bicarbonate is the strongest and since then spankings informed form that they cannot abduct to go to a soul because they're not it is not the complex still stands that's why the the the antifungal driving two days time to fill in the bronx out ineffective because beautiful nap before ngai can adapt themselves in p four days for reform those you've given and people bedrock you can you think you know that first lady out bob the cycle in a apap they get used in the yes riots chemotherapy everything genocide german role is the first patient ever cured by dr c_n_n_'s jeannie moos sodium bicarbonate in nineteen eighty three he was diagnosed with lung cancer and was given a life expectancy of six seven months of best in two thousand six twenty three years later he gave this interview were there they were in the evening around if the body but rather a different what representative unity review the it road it pod that forever too lol they got it your way through that door riveted to it terribly and would it the the any really good headed to interactivity that it would the here reelect their american the that you did onto after a few successful treatments doctor seeming chini presented as documentation to the italian department of health hoping that his theory was put to test under proper scientific protocols not only were his findings completely ignored but doctor semen chigney ended up being disbarred from the italian medical order for having prescribed cures that had not been approved by the authorities this is rather unfortunate as even the ancient hindu books of medicine prescribe the use of sodium bicarbonate against cancer alkali of strong potency should be used in diseases arising from analog mission as well made up cancerous growths and such others which are very difficult to cure this book is over one thousand years old as soon as the news of his treatment started to circulate dr semen chini became the target of a major smear campaign orchestrated through the italian media in which he was treated as a charlatan swindlers tuesday showed you keep up with a would you guess tonight you can teach it equal rights he can more easily become bona c we just was here at jim in your decision on p_c_r_ colorado interest rate on the political so that's the problem after she bought a completely disagree a little more time with parents digitalis about important matters the story symbols of the car but i thought they were reported decision was made and the limit but i guess i believe doctors say mentioning was also repeatedly sued for wrongful death and in one case sentenced to three years in prison for having allegedly caused the death of patients with undergone his treatment the media seized briefly on the trials delivering the final blow to dr semen cheese credibility bruce if i just forwarded to get the mission if you go as the hilariously tacky outfit equality nobody gives us that they the shivers to almost perfect lynne cheney and for you will into world for most of what would be good for the sake of the base your image aberdeen then they're going to go at the scene beads l willingness to commuted the consistent rooms for millions of children who can look for people out in fifteen from g name you proceeded in a temple may not be before we still need a counselor the can cool calm and so simple the brutal seemed assembled here also if if if they'd be got one of these audio a promoter quid pro quo or even less of a sort of a sort of a person who was an internal not not worth it reactivity will also because to some sample ability important it will begin that it screening team at the boat issue important e_c_u_ both local will make that a orphaned children died of cancer and it has been uploaded it often think of the image of the battle between the via local casick himself a bulls t newport and people that they met in cape mode the paradox is the two male semen cheney is not an alternative doctor nor is he against the system at all but he is possibly the most telepathic and orthodox love them all ho hallway cathy the country thing use it action you there star he lied homeless primary care hot cross and forever there pig into your bear hanging in there here dot in the meantime is perfected special techniques that allow them to deliver the sodium bicarbonate next to the tumor in order to obtain the maximum effectiveness with a minimal amount of sodium bicarbonate side on my cover is infective if you can it is boarding contact custody seldom backed out of the with the concept soul if you want to read you the prostate cancer and you'll have to locate said before and cabinet in that will they not out the that the reaches the prostate then you can administer throughout the port get connected to the did the column the the sodom by poverty to the prostate and peel form guy because the concentration of the people of the sold is very high because you used the austerity that is directly if feeding uh... the altman your guns that for the comedies mira they bury them and we have to to to locate aprons pretty tall now or to transport the palermo problem although considered only anecdotal material and not scientific evidence there are now dozens of fully documented testimonies which appear under actor seem inching his website does seem to support the politically was innovative approach to cancer steric you're talking about sodium bicarbonate delivered directly into the tumor side i wonder where the harness seems like a very harmless therapy it isn't a potent dangerous medicine no with martin is not dangerous because it there is a and remote posted the deal the infection baat there is that the life on the other hand and then some type of cancer breast cancer doesn't need with other bladder cancer brain cancer they burt breast them by the concept have you with us a little bicarbonate came here looking ninety nine percent without surgery without chemo that'd be without right at their peak they let me ordinance their doctor seamen chini believes but also skin cancers are caused by a fungus and treats them with regular iodine picture in some cases patients have reported even the nastiest melanomas to fall off within weeks like simple steps the cancer's gone liberal with their you're there about what the began not every cancer can be treated with the same facts phone cancers for example received hardly any blood at all and a very difficult to reach for the proper amount of sodium bicarbonate different techniques in some cases can be applied the last testimony is from someone who found himself on both sides of the fence at the same time a doctor who got cancer leader remember mom goes the disputed unitarian or after the removal of a primary tumor in the bile doctor lombardo learned he had some attached to sustain a sliver but just before undergoing deliver surgery he learned the also developed about cassese's in each of his lungs american men whatever brutal the but after returning home doctor lombardo found out about doctor seem ingenious therapy and chose to use the ports that had been prepared for the chemo to introduce the bicarbonate solution instead i think that it took me like a new initiatives that the british particularly because when after the errr gravity interact with the main office well sir k fl rabin radio after a few cycles of sodium bicarbonate a cat scan revealed both tourist had disappeared from his lungs career willard so it's interesting we preparatory people we you will need they are messages that strictly image what caused electric karen redirecting me but there worried them more on the gore or in the oracle when we return and returned then where we can hold vetting process community there regarding bands there dictating and injecting heroin monday

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FM 1

Farm to Market Road 1
LocationSabine and San Augustine counties
Length18.640 mi[1] (29.998 km)
ExistedApril 23, 1941[1]–present

Farm to Market Road 1 (FM 1) was the first farm-to-market road to be designated in Texas, at the request of local industry for a paved road. The 18.6-mile (29.9 km) road provides access to rural areas of East Texas from US 96.

FM 2

Farm to Market Road 2
LocationGrimes County
Length6.256 mi[2] (10.068 km)
ExistedJuly 29, 1941[2]–present

Farm to Market Road 2 is a farm to market road in rural southeastern Grimes County, Texas. FM 2 was designated on July 29, 1941.[2]

FM 3

Farm to Market Road 3
LocationLeon County
Length19.273 mi[3] (31.017 km)
ExistedMarch 26, 1942[3]–present

Farm to Market Road 3 is a farm to market road in southwestern Leon County, Texas.[3] FM 3 was designated in March 1942.

The southern terminus of FM 3 is at FM 39 in Normangee. FM 3 passes through the town of Normangee, intersecting with FM Spur 3 and other roads. The route briefly travels to the west, through rural farmland, providing access to Normangee City Park.[4] It then turns more northward, passing the unincorporated community of Hilltop Lakes, before intersecting FM 977. FM 3 passes through a long stretch of farmland, before reaching its northern terminus at US 79.[3]

A spur connection connects FM 3 in central Normangee to SH OSR to the south.[3] While signed as Spur 3 using the standard state "Spur" shield, it is not related to the route officially designated Spur 3, located in Nueces County.[5]

FM 3 was designated on March 26, 1942, from Normangee westward to Normangee City Park, as a replacement for SH 265. The route was lengthened to the northwest, first on August 25, 1949 to FM 977, and then on August 1, 1970 to its present western terminus at US 79. The spur connection, which is just 0.4 miles long, was designated on November 26, 1969.[3]

Junction list

The entire route is in Leon County.

Locationmi[6]kmDestinationsNotes
Normangee0.00.0 FM 39 – Jewett, North Zulch
14.122.7 FM 977 east – Leona
19.331.1 US 79 – Hearne, Buffalo
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
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Spur 3TXPR 3

FM 4

Farm to Market Road 4
LocationNorth Texas
Length116.189 mi[7] (186.988 km)
ExistedMarch 26, 1942[7]–present

Farm to Market Road 4 is a Texas state road that runs from Grandview north and west to Jacksboro. FM 4 was designated on March 26, 1942. FM 4 was, in 2012, one of the longest Farm to Market Roads in the state of Texas.

FM 5

Farm to Market Road 5
LocationParker County
Length11.068 mi[8] (17.812 km)
ExistedMarch 26, 1942[8]–present

Farm to Market Road 5 is a farm to market road in Parker County, Texas. FM 5 was designated in March 1942.[8]

FM 5 begins at FM 1187 at Aledo. It briefly travels to the south before turning west and entering Annetta South. The route then turns to the north and passes through Annetta and Annetta North. Throughout Annetta South and Annetta, FM 5 travels through a highly residential area.[9] FM 5 ends at the eastbound frontage road of IH 20 at its Exit #415 in Willow Park.[8]

FM 5 was designated on March 26, 1942, from Aledo due north to US 80, replacing Spur 131.[10] On December 10, 1946, it was extended south and west to a road intersection at Annetta. On June 28, 1963, it was extended west and north to Willow Park, replacing FM 1545 and essentially creating a loop route. On December 20, 1984, the section north of what was then FM 2376 was transferred to FM 1187, along with FM 2376 itself.[8]

Junction list

The entire route is in Parker County.

Locationmi[11]kmDestinationsNotes
Aledo0.00.0 FM 1187 – Crowley
Willow Park11.117.9 I-20 – Weatherford, Fort WorthI-20 exit 415
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
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Spur 5TXPR 5

FM 6

Farm to Market Road 6
LocationCollin and Hunt counties
Length11.479 mi[12] (18.474 km)
ExistedMarch 26, 1942–present

Farm to Market Road 6 is located in Collin and Hunt counties. The road is 11.5 miles (18.5 km) long.

The road begins at an intersection with SH 78 just north of Lavon. From there, it goes east, passing through Nevada and Josephine. The eastern terminus is at SH 66 in Caddo Mills.

FM 6 was designated on March 26, 1942 as a 4.2-mile road from Caddo Mills to Josephine as a replacement for State Spur 115.[13] On July 19, 1945, it was extended west to 1.3 miles east of Nevada, and another segment was added from Nevada to Lavon. On September 26, 1945, FM 6 was extended from 1.3 miles east of Nevada to Nevada, connecting the two sections.

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[14]kmDestinationsNotes
CollinLavon0.00.0 SH 78 – Wylie, Farmersville
Nevada2.94.7 FM 1138 south – FateWest end of FM 1138 overlap
3.55.6 FM 1138 northEast end of FM 1138 overlap
Josephine7.111.4 FM 547 north – Farmersville
7.211.6 FM 1777 south – Royse City
HuntCaddo Mills11.518.5 SH 66 – Greenville, Royse City
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FM 7

Farm to Market Road 7 was a designation applied to two separate highways. No highway currently uses the FM 7 designation.

FM 7 (1942-1949)

Farm to Market Road 7
LocationHood County
ExistedMarch 26, 1942–October 23, 1949

Farm to Market Road 7 was designated on March 26, 1942 as a highway from Lipan to US 281 as a replacement for Spur 108.[15] On June 5, 1945 the road was extended southeast to Granbury.[16] FM 7 was cancelled on October 23, 1949 and became a portion of FM 4.

FM 7 (1951-1961)

Farm to Market Road 7
LocationDallas and Rockwall counties
ExistedJune 21, 1951–November 30, 1961

The next use of the FM 7 designation was in Dallas and Rockwall counties, from Garland to Rockwall over a former routing of US 67. On June 16, 1957 the road was extended east over old US 67 to Royse City. FM 7 was cancelled on November 30, 1961 and transferred to SH 66.[17]

FM 8

Farm to Market Road 8
LocationEastland and Erath counties
Length34.816 mi[18] (56.031 km)
ExistedMarch 26, 1942–present

Farm to Market Road 8 is located in Eastland and Erath counties. The road is 34.8 miles (56.0 km) long.

The route was designated on March 26, 1942 from Lingleville east to Stephenville, replacing SH 68. On July 19, 1945, the route was extended westward to the Eastland county line. On December 21, 1945, FM 8 was extended further westward, reaching the end of FM 96 in Desdemona. On May 17, 1948, the route was extended further westward, reaching Gorman, which was the original endpoint of SH 68. FM 96 was cancelled and combined. The highway was extended west 2.8 miles on May 26, 1957 and to its current terminus on October 26, 1983 over the previous routing of SH 6. The highway was extended east on May 6, 1964 from SH 108 to US 281.

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[19]kmDestinationsNotes
Eastland0.00.0 SH 6 – Carbon, Gorman
Gorman4.06.4 FM 679
4.67.4 SH 6 – Carbon, De Leon
5.18.2 FM 2689 north
6.510.5 FM 571 north – Ranger
12.119.5 FM 2214 west – Lake Leon
Desdemona12.920.8 SH 16 – Strawn, De Leon
ErathLingleville23.337.5 FM 219 – Huckabay, Dublin
Stephenville33.553.9 SH 108 – Gordon, Stephenville
34.856.0 US 281 – Mineral Wells, Hico
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FM 9

Farm to Market Road 9
LocationPanola and Harrison counties
Length24.935 mi[20][nb 1] (40.129 km)
ExistedMay 23, 1951–present

Farm to Market Road 9 is a 24.935 mi (40.129 km) farm-to-market road in eastern Texas.

FM 9 begins at an intersection with US 79 in the unincorporated community of Panola.[21] The route travels north into Waskom, where it crosses IH 20; access from IH 20 is provided via Exits #633 (eastbound) and #635 (westbound).[22] The route has a brief concurrency with US 80 before turning back toward the north. FM 9 straddles the east side of the Longhorn Army Ammunition Plant before ending near the south shore of Caddo Lake.[23] The current FM 9 was designated on May 23, 1951. The original route was the segment from US 79 to FM 451 near Elysian Fields. The route was extended to US 80 in Waskom on November 18, 1953, replacing a section of FM 451,[20] and further north to 4.8 miles north of US 80 on May 5, 1966, and to 1.9 miles south of FM 1999 on June 2, 1967. On June 11, 1968, it was extended north to FM 1999 and FM 2457, and FM 2457 was combined.[24]

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[25]kmDestinationsNotes
PanolaPanola0.00.0 US 79 – Carthage, Shreveport
Harrison2.54.0 FM 451 west – Elysian Fields
6.310.1 FM 2625 west
Waskom10.416.7 US 80 west to I-20 – MarshallSouth end of US 80 overlap
10.617.1 US 80 east – ShreveportNorth end of US 80 overlap
20.232.5 FM 1999 – Latex
25.140.4County Road 2608 – Caddo Lake
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
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FM 9 (1942)

Farm to Market Road 9
LocationMidland county
ExistedMarch 26, 1942–August 3, 1943

A previous FM 9 was formed from Midland south 12 miles on March 26, 1942, when the route was designated from part of SH 137. On August 3, 1943, that route was redesignated as part of SH 349. This was the first Farm to Market Road to be cancelled. That routing has no connection to the current designation.[20]

FM 10

Farm to Market Road 10
LocationPanola County
Length10.013 mi[26] (16.114 km)
ExistedMay 23, 1951–present

Farm to Market Road 10 is located in Panola County. The road is 10.0 miles (16.1 km) long.

The road begins at an intersection with FM 999 in Gary City, Texas. From there, it goes north to Daniels. Just north of Daniels, there is a brief concurrency with FM 2517. After, it continues north towards the northern terminus at U.S. Route 79 Business in Carthage.

FM 10 was designated on May 23, 1951 on its current route.

Junction list

The entire route is in Panola County.

Locationmi[27]kmDestinationsNotes
Gary City0.00.0 FM 999
0.20.32 FM 2260 west
6.210.0 FM 2517 east – Deadwood
Carthage8.313.4 SH 149 to US 59 – Longview, Marshall, Tenaha
10.016.1
Bus. US 79 – Henderson, Shreveport
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
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FM 10 (1942)

Farm to Market Road 10
LocationAngelina and San Augustine counties
ExistedMarch 26, 1942–September 9, 1947

The original FM 10 was designated on March 26, 1942 from San Augustine to a point on SH 63 near Zavalla as a replacement of SH 147. FM 10 was cancelled on September 9, 1947 and changed back to SH 147.[26]

FM 11

Farm to Market Road 11
LocationWard, Crane, and Pecos counties
Length51.580 mi[28] (83.010 km)
ExistedMarch 26, 1942[28]–present

Farm to Market Road 11 is located in Ward, Crane, and Pecos counties in west Texas. The 51.6-mile (83.0 km) road begins at State Highway 18 in Grandfalls and passes through Imperial and Girvin before terminating at Interstate 10 in Bakersfield.

The road was designated in 1942 between Grandfalls and Imperial and has been incrementally lengthened over the years incorporating a former route of FM 847 before the road was completed in 1975. The road crosses U.S. Route 67 and U.S. Route 385 in Girvin.

RM 12

Ranch to Market Road 12
LocationHays, Travis counties
Length37.931 mi[29] (61.044 km)
ExistedMarch 26, 1942[29]–present

Ranch to Market Road 12 is a 37.9-mile (61.0 km) roadway located in Hays and Travis counties of Texas.[29]

The southern terminus of RM 12 is in San Marcos at Interstate 35 Exit #202. From there, it proceeds along Wonder World Drive along the far west edge of San Marcos. RM 12 continues west from San Marcos to intersect with RM 32 (at "The Junction") and then heads north to Wimberley. RM 12 then continues through Woodcreek to Dripping Springs, where it crosses US 290. From there, it continues north through the community of Fitzhugh to its terminus at RM 3238 (Hamilton Pool Road), approximately six miles west of Bee Cave.

RM 12 was formed from the segment of SH 80 from San Marcos to Wimberley on March 26, 1942. On May 31, 1945, it was extended north to Dripping Springs. On December 19, 1963, it was extended again, from Loop 82 to IH 35. On June 2, 1967, it was extended north 5 miles. On May 30, 1987, it was extended north to RM 3238 and a county road.[29]

A planned expansion of RM 12 between Dripping Springs and Wimberley to a four- and five-lane divided highway was defeated as part of a county bond election in 2007.[30]

Following the opening of San Marcos' Wonder World Drive extension project, state and local officials re-designated Wonder World Drive, previously designated Farm to Market Road 3407, as part of RM 12, moving the southern terminus to SH 123. The original portion of RM 12 through San Marcos was re-designated as an extension of SH 80 on the state highway system on June 24, 2010. [31][32]

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[33]kmDestinationsNotes
HaysSan Marcos0.00.0 SH 123 – Seguin, San Marcos
1.01.6 I-35 – San Antonio, AustinI-35 exit 202
1.93.1 FM 2439 south (Hunter Road) / Hopkins Street
4.77.6 SH 80 east – San Marcos, Texas State University
Wimberley12.019.3 RM 32 west – Canyon Lake
15.925.6 RM 3237 east (Old Kyle Road) – Kyle
16.626.7 RM 2325 west – Blanco
Dripping Springs29.247.0 RM 150 east – Kyle
30.949.7 US 290 – Johnson City, Austin
Travis37.961.0 RM 3238 (Hamilton Pool Road) – Bee Cave
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
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FM 13

Farm to Market Road 13
LocationSmith, Cherokee, and Rusk counties
Length20.496 mi[34] (32.985 km)
ExistedMarch 26, 1942[34]–present

Farm to Market Road 13 is a 20.5-mile (33.0 km) road, located in Smith, Cherokee. and Rusk counties, that begins at SH 135 in Troup and travels eastward with a major intersection at SH 42 in Price before terminating at Bus. U.S. 79-F and Bus. SH 64 in Henderson. The road also passes through the town of Henry's Chapel. The road was designated in 1942 and used to be a state highway.

FM 13 begins in Troup at SH 135 in Smith County. The road proceeds along E. Duval Street and then turns south along S. Price Street. The road then turns to the southeast along the edge of town before FM 1089 branches off to the west near the Cherokee County line.[35][36] The route continues to the southeast to Henry's Chapel where FM 856 branches to the south. The road then goes to the northeast and enters Rusk County before crossing SH 42 in Price. The road then proceeds eastward toward Henderson and intersects Loop 571 west of town. The road enters Henderson following W. Main St. until it terminates at Bus. US 79-F and Bus. SH 64-E.[36][37]

The road encounters terrain of gentle relief for its entire length.[38][39]

FM 13 was designated as State Highway 324 between Henderson and Carlisle on October 30, 1939.[40] The town of Carlisle was renamed Price the following year.[41] The highway was re-designated FM 13 on March 26, 1942.[34][40] A second, discontinuous segment of the road was designated on June 11, 1945 between Troup and the Cherokee-Rusk county line west of Price, and the uniting segment from that county line to Price was designated on February 20, 1946.[34]

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[42]kmDestinationsNotes
SmithTroup0.00.0 SH 135 – Jacksonville, Kilgore
Cherokee5.38.5 FM 856 south
RuskPrice11.819.0 SH 42 – Kilgore
18.129.1 Loop 571
Henderson20.533.0
Bus. US 79 / Bus. SH 64
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FM 14

Farm to Market Road 14
LocationSmith and Wood counties
Length41.545 mi[43] (66.860 km)
ExistedMarch 26, 1942[43]–present

Farm to Market Road 14 is a 39.7-mile (63.9 km) road, located in Smith and Wood counties. It begins at Loop 323 in Tyler and travels northward with a major intersection at I-20 near Shady Grove before terminating at SH 154 south of Winnsboro. The road also passes through the town of Hawkins. The road was designated in 1942 and is a state highway.

FM 14 begins in Tyler at State Loop 323 in Smith County. The road proceeds along State Park Highway through Shady Grove (where it intersects Interstate 20) and Red Springs, where it turns to the northeast. The road then turns to the north, crossing into Wood County and passing through Hawkins, where it intersects with U.S. 80. It continues north through the towns of Pine Mills and Oak Grove to the northern terminus at SH 154.

FM 14 was designated as State Highway 270 between Tyler and Sand Flat in 1938.[44] The highway was re-designated FM 14 on March 26, 1942.[43][44] The road was extended to SH 154 on June 11, 1945 and to the current northern terminus on July 14, 1949.[43] On May 31, 1966, the portion from Spur 147 to US 271 became an extension of Spur 147. The road was rerouted east to US 271 on September 27, 1971. On June 27, 1995, the portion from Loop 323 to US 271 became an urban road (UR 14).[43][45] On November 15, 2018, the portion from Loop 323 to US 271 was changed back to FM 14.[46]

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[47]kmDestinationsNotes
SmithTyler0.00.0 US 271 (E. Gentry Parkway) – Gladewater, Tyler
2.03.2 Loop 323 (E. Northwest Loop)
6.410.3 I-20 – Dallas, ShreveportI-20 exit 562
8.613.8 PR 16 west – Tyler State Park
Red Springs12.219.6 FM 16 – Lindale, Winona
12.520.1 FM 2710 west – Lindale
16.025.7 FM 2015 south
WoodHawkins18.930.4 US 80 – Mineola, Longview
20.332.7 FM 1795 north – Shady Grove
22.035.4 FM 2659 south
23.738.1 FM 2869 – Winnsboro
31.250.2 FM 49 – Mineola, Gilmer
36.057.9 SH 154 – Quitman, Gilmer
37.860.8 FM 2088 – Quitman, Perryville
41.566.8 SH 37 – Quitman, Winnsboro
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FM 15

Farm to Market Road 15
LocationSmith County
Length10.302 mi[48] (16.579 km)
ExistedMarch 26, 1942[48]–present

Farm to Market Road 15 is a 10.3-mile (16.6 km) road, located in Smith County, that begins at SH 135 in Troup and travels eastward to the terminus at SH 64 in Wright City. The road also passes through the community of Salem. The road was designated on March 26, 1942 and used to be State Highway 269.

FM 15 begins in Troup at State Highway 135. The road proceeds along E. Bryant Street until the city limits of Troup. The road travels five miles to the west before it turns to the north. Near Salem, it turns westward towards the terminus at State Highway 64 in Wright City.

FM 15 was designated as State Highway 269 between Troup and Wright City in 1938.[49] The highway was re-designated FM 15 on March 26, 1942.[48][49]

Junction list

The entire route is in Smith County.

Locationmi[50]kmDestinationsNotes
Troup0.00.0 SH 135 – Jacksonville, Kilgore
Wright City10.316.6 SH 64 – Tyler, Henderson
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Loop 15TXPR 15

FM 16

Farm to Market Road 16
LocationVan Zandt and Smith counties
Length42.010 mi[51][nb 2] (67.609 km)
ExistedMarch 26, 1942–present
FM 16 as Hubbard Street at the intersection with US 69 in Lindale
FM 16 as Hubbard Street at the intersection with US 69 in Lindale

Farm to Market Road 16 (FM 16) is located in Van Zandt and Smith counties. The road is 42 miles (68 km) long.[51]

The road begins at an intersection with SH 64 just west of Colfax, Texas. From there, it goes east through Colfax and Van, intersecting Interstate 20 at an interchange. From Van, the road continues east along SH 110 passing through the towns of Garden Valley, Hideaway, Lindale, Red Springs, and Winona, where it has a brief concurrency with SH 155. From Winona, the road continues east to the eastern terminus at US 271.[51][52]

FM 16 was formed on March 26, 1942 from Colfax to Van, replacing a part of SH 243. The road was extended to the current western terminus just west of Colfax and eastward to Lindale on June 11, 1945. It was extended to Winona on February 14, 1947, and extended to its current length on October 29, 1948.

Junction list
CountyLocationmikmDestinationsNotes
Van Zandt0.00.0 SH 64 – Canton, Tyler
6.09.7 FM 773 – Ben Wheeler, Murchison
6.310.1 I-20 – DallasI-20 exit 537
Van9.515.3 FM 314 south (Oak Street) to I-20 – Edom
9.815.8 SH 110 north – Grand SalineWest end of SH 110 overlap
Smith14.523.3 SH 110 east – TylerEast end of SH 110 overlap
Garden Valley15.424.8 FM 1253 – Jamestown, Tyler
22.235.7 Loop 49 Toll – Mineola, Tyler
Lindale23.938.5 FM 849 south (Mt. Sylvan Street) – Mount Sylvan
24.238.9 US 69 – Mineola, Tyler
24.940.1 FM 2710 east
Red Springs32.852.8 FM 14 – Hawkins, Tyler, Tyler State Park
36.558.7 FM 2015 north – HawkinsWest end of FM 2015 overlap
36.658.9 FM 2015 south – TylerEast end of FM 2015 overlap
Winona39.663.7 SH 155 south – TylerWest end of SH 155 overlap
39.763.9 SH 155 north – Big SandyEast end of SH 155 overlap
Starrville43.369.7 FM 757 south
47.075.6 US 271 – Gladewater, Tyler
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FM 17

Farm to Market Road 17
LocationVan Zandt and Wood counties
Length34.590 mi[53] (55.667 km)
ExistedMarch 26, 1942[53]–present

Farm to Market Road 17 is located in Van Zandt and Wood counties. The road is 34.6 miles (55.7 km) long.[53]

The road begins at an intersection with SH 64 near Canton, Texas. From there, it goes northeast, intersecting Interstate 20 at an interchange. The road continues on to SH 110 in Grand Saline, Texas. The road then follows SH 110 to US 80. The road follows US 80 before heading northeast and north to FM 515. The road follows FM 515 east and then heads north and east to SH 154 in Yantis, Texas.[53]

FM 17 was formed on March 26, 1942 from Grand Saline to Alba, replacing a part of SH 110. The road was extended southwest 7 miles on January 11, 1945. On June 11 of that year, the road was extended to Canton, its current southern terminus. It was extended to Yantis on December 17, 1947. It was extended along old US 69 in Alba on October 26, 1954. On October 31, 1957, it was extended east 4 miles from Yantis. On October 11, 1961, the section from Yantis east 4 miles was transferred to FM 2225. This section of FM 2225 became part of FM 2966 in 1980 due to construction of Lake Fork Reservoir, which caused some parts of FM 2225 to be inundated. On October 6, 1980, FM 17 was relocated along FM 515 over Lake Fork Reservoir when the reservoir was impounded, as the old route was inundated.

Junction list
CountyLocationmikmDestinationsNotes
Van Zandt0.00.0 SH 64 – Canton, Tyler
0.10.16 FM 1255 north
1.72.7 I-20 – Dallas, ShreveportI-20 exit 528
Grand Saline12.319.8 SH 110 east – Van, TylerSouth end of SH 110 overlap
12.720.4 US 80 west – EdgewoodNorth end of SH 110 overlap; south end of US 80 overlap
13.221.2 US 80 east – MineolaNorth end of US 80 overlap
Wood20.432.8 FM 779 – Golden
Alba23.938.5 US 69 – Emory, Mineola
24.439.3 SH 182 – Quitman
30.849.6 FM 515 west – PointSouth end of FM 515 overlap
31.751.0Bridge over Lake Fork Reservoir
32.952.9 FM 515 east – WinnsboroNorth end of FM 515 overlap
35.957.8 FM 514 west – Point
Yantis37.660.5 SH 154 / FM 2966 south – Sulphur Springs, Quitman
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 18

Farm to Market Road 18
LocationTaylor and Callahan counties
Length18.6 mi[54] (29.9 km)
ExistedSeptember 19, 1951[54]–present

Farm to Market Road 18 was designated on September 19, 1951. The road is approximately 18.6 miles long.

FM 18 begins at an intersection with SH 36 in Abilene near Abilene Regional Airport. The highway leaves the city limits and enters Callahan County at Elmdale Road. The highway runs east and enters Clyde near FM 1707. FM 18 has an interchange with FM 604 before running through town on South 1st Street before turning at a nearly 90 degree angle onto Stephens Street. The highway makes another turn at FM 258 before leaving the town. FM 18 runs east to Baird where it ends at an intersection with BL I-20.

The current route was designated on September 19, 1951 from a segment of US 80.[54] On June 27, 1995, the section from SH 36 to Elmdale Community became an urban road (UR 18).[55]On November 15, 2018, the section from SH 36 to Elmdale Community was changed back to FM 18.[56]

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[57]kmDestinationsNotes
TaylorAbilene0.00.0 SH 36 – Abilene, Cross Plains
Callahan7.311.7 FM 603 – Eula
Clyde9.415.1 FM 1707 (Hays Road) to I-20
10.516.9 FM 604Interchange
12.820.6 FM 258 west
Baird18.629.9 Bus. I-20 (4th Street)Former US 80
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FM 18 (proposed 1951)

Farm to Market Road 18
LocationVal Verde County
ExistedMay 23, 1951–June 21, 1951[58]

This FM 18 was designated on May 23, 1951 from US 90 east of Del Rio northeastward 4.5 miles. This FM 18 was cancelled on June 21, 1951 in exchange for extending FM 1024 (now RM 1024).[59]

RM 18 (1942)

Ranch to Market Road 18
LocationMitchell County
ExistedMarch 26, 1942[54]–April 23, 1947[54]

RM 18 was formed on March 26, 1942 from part of SH 208 from Colorado City, Texas south 6 miles.[54] On April 29, 1942, another section was added from Robert Lee, Texas north 6 miles to the county road to Sanco, Texas.[54] On November 18, 1944, the gap between 6 miles north of Robert Lee and 6 miles south of Colorado City was filled.[54] This route was cancelled on April 23, 1947 when it became an extension of SH 208.[54]

FM 19

Farm to Market Road 19
LocationAnderson County
Length13.362 mi[60] (21.504 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942–present

Farm to Market Road 19 is located in Anderson County. The road is 13.4 miles (21.5 km) long.

The road begins at an intersection with SH 155 in Frankston. From there, it goes south to Neches, via Todd City.[60] The southern terminus is at FM 2574.

FM 19 was designated on April 29, 1942 as a route between Todd City and Neches. It was extended north to Frankston on May 19 of that year. On October 24, 1944, the portion from Todd City to Frankston was canceled. On December 17, 1952, FM 19 extended back from Todd City to Frankston, completing its current route. This route had been designated as SH 272 while it was being built. When the route was built, SH 272 was cancelled, meaning the road was already built at the time FM 19 was designated.

FM 20

Farm to Market Road 20
LocationBastrop, Caldwell, and Guadalupe counties
Length54.213 mi[61] (87.247 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942–present

Farm to Market Road 20 is located in Bastrop, Caldwell, and Guadalupe counties. The road is 54.2 miles (87.2 km) long.

The road begins at an intersection with SH 71 just west of Bastrop, Texas. From there, it goes southwest, passing through Red Rock. At Lockhart, it becomes concurrent with US 183 for a 0.1-mile segment, then turns off to the west on State Park Road. It continues southwest, passing through Fentress, until its southern terminus at SH 123 just north of Seguin.

FM 20 was designated on April 29, 1942 from Bastrop southwestward to Lockhart (this was part of SH 21 before 1939).[61] On April 20, 1958, it extended southwest to just north of Seguin, replacing FM 964 from Lockhart to FM 621 and a section of FM 621 from FM 621 to just north of Seguin. However, the signs did not change until the 1959 Texas Travel Map was released to the public.[61] Part of what was FM 964 had been FM 1981.[62]

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[63]kmDestinationsNotes
GuadalupeSeguin0.00.0 SH 123 – San Marcos, Seguin
6.610.6 FM 2623 west – Geronimo
8.513.7 SH 130 Toll – Austin, San AntonioSH 130 exit 491
9.315.0 FM 3353 north
13.621.9 FM 621 north – San Marcos
CaldwellFentress16.726.9 SH 80 – San Marcos, Luling
25.841.5 PR 10 south – Lockhart State Park
Lockhart27.944.9 US 183 north – AustinSouth end of US 183 overlap
28.045.1 US 183 south – LulingNorth end of US 183 overlap
28.145.2 FM 1322 – Brownsboro
32.251.8 FM 713 east
35.857.6 FM 1854 west – Mustang Ridge
BastropBateman40.965.8 FM 86 south – Brownsboro
Red Rock42.868.9 FM 812 west – Austin
45.973.9 FM 535 – Cedar Creek, Rockne
54.287.2 SH 21 / SH 71 – Austin, Bastrop
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 21

Farm to Market Road 21
LocationFranklin, Titus, and Camp counties
Length15.89 mi[64] (25.57 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[64]–present

Farm to Market Road 21 was designated in 1942, and is, as of 2012, approximately 15.9 miles (25.6 km) long.

FM 21 begins at an intersection with State Highway 11 (SH 11). It then proceeds through a relatively empty, farming area of Camp County.[52] After approximately 3.6 miles (5.8 km), FM 21 crosses Lake Bob Sandlin. The bridge that crosses Lake Bob Sandlin is approximately a half a mile long (0.8 km). After crossing the lake, FM 21 passes Lake Bob Sandlin State Park.[65] The road then passes through the unincorporated community of Blodgett. After this, FM 21 passes through a long stretch of open farmland before passing through Hopewell and continues to its northern terminus of SH 37.[52]

FM 21 was designated on April 29, 1942, as a 5.5-mile (8.9 km) road traveling from SH 11 to around Lake Bob Sandlin State Park. Later that day, another segment from created from SH 37 through Hopewell to Macon (erroneously shown as FM 28 on one administration order), creating a gap in the route. The gap was filled on June 11, 1945.[64]

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[66]kmDestinationsNotes
Camp0.00.0 SH 11 – Winnsboro, Pittsburg
CampTitus
county line
3.6–
4.2
5.8–
6.8
Bridge over Lake Bob Sandlin
TitusBlodgett6.09.7 FM 127 east – Mount Pleasant
7.411.9 FM 2882 east – Mount Pleasant
Franklin8.213.2 FM 3007 south – Lake Cypress Springs
12.720.4 FM 2723 south – Lake Cypress Springs
15.324.6 FM 115 – Scroggins, Lake Cypress Springs
15.925.6 SH 37 – Winnsboro, Mount Vernon
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 22

Farm to Market Road 22
LocationCherokee County
Length9.070 mi[67] (14.597 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[67]–present

Farm to Market Road 22 is a 9.070 mi (14.597 km) farm to market road in north-central Cherokee County, Texas.[67]

The western terminus of FM 22 is at an intersection with US 69 in Craft. The route travels east through Turney and Gallatin, where it has a brief concurrency with FM 768.[68] FM 22 continues eastward and ends at an intersection with SH 110 south of the community of Ponta.[67][69]

FM 22 has no local street names except in Gallatin where it is named 1st Avenue. Mostly rural for all of its length, FM 22 passes by a landscape of rolling hills of trees and farmland. The route is a two-lane road without shoulders for its entire length.

FM 22 was commissioned on April 29, 1942; its length was identical to that of its present-day routing. On May 7, 1970, a section west of US 69 at Craft, connecting to FM 347 south of Jacksonville, was added, increasing the length by 1.2 miles (1.9 km). This addition was removed from the state highway system On March 1, 1972, and FM 22 returned to its previous length.[67][68] The actual dates of construction of the route are unclear.

FM 23

Farm to Market Road 23
LocationCherokee County
Length14.56 mi[70] (23.43 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[70]–present

Farm to Market Road 23 is a farm to market road in Cherokee County. FM 23 was designated in April 1942.

FM 23 begins at an intersection with SH 294. FM 23 then travels through a very empty agricultural area of Cherokee County, intersecting with several other farm roads and a few county roads. FM 23 passes Russel Cemetery, outside of Rusk. It then reaches its northern terminus with FM 343, on the outskirts of Rusk.[71]

FM 23 was designated by the Texas Department of Transportation on April 29, 1942. It has not been extended or rerouted yet.[70]

FM 24

Farm to Market Road 24
LocationNueces County
Length5.056 mi[72] (8.137 km)
ExistedMay 23, 1951[72]–present

Farm to Market Road 24 is a farm to market road in Nueces County and passes residential and commercial areas in the communities of Violet, Annaville and Corpus Christi. FM 24 is locally known as Violet Road. The highway was designated in May 1951.[72]

FM 24 begins at its southern terminus with State Highway 44 (SH 44) in Violet. The highway then passes several farms before entering a residential area of Corpus Christi.[52][73] It passes several neighborhoods churches,[74] and the small Violet Park, before intersecting with Spur 407. The highway runs through a few neighborhoods, and some restaurants, before reaching the northern terminus at exit 11B on Interstate 37 (I-37). The highway is known as Violet Road throughout its course.[73][75] The highway was used by 1,300 vehicles on average each day near Violet; near the I-37 interchange the traffic count was 13,400 vehicles daily.[76] No section of FM 24 has been listed on the National Highway System,[77] a network of roadways important to the country's economy, defense, and mobility.[78] FM 24 was designated on May 23, 1951, but was only signed from SH 44 to Spur 407 (then SH 9). The highway was then extended to its current northern terminus, Interstate 37, on September 5, 1973.[72]

Junction list

The entire route is in Nueces County.

Locationmi[79]kmDestinationsNotes
Violet0.00.0 SH 44 – Robstown, Corpus Christi
Corpus Christi4.77.6 Spur 407 (Leopard Street)
5.18.2 I-37 / Up River RoadI-37 exit 11B
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 24 (1942)

Farm to Market Road 24
LocationColeman County
ExistedApril 29, 1942–June 22, 1944

FM 24 was designated on April 29, 1942 as a route from Coleman west to the New Central School. It was 9.5 miles (15.3 km) in length. The entire route was then cancelled on June 22, 1944, and redesignated as FM 53 (now SH 153).[72]

FM 25

Farm to Market Road 25
LocationComal and Guadalupe counties
ExistedApril 29, 1942[80]–September 28, 1988

Farm to Market Road 25 was a designation applied to a highway in Comal and Guadalupe counties. No highway currently uses the FM 25 designation.

FM 25 was designated on April 29, 1942 from US 81 (now Business IH 35-H) near New Braunfels to US 90 near Seguin. On June 9, 1966, the section from US 90 north to I-10 was redesignated as Spur 351. On February 26, 1968, the section from I-35 northwest 0.26 miles was transferred to SH 46 and Loop 337. The remainder of FM 25 was cancelled on September 28, 1988 and transferred to SH 46. Spur 351 itself became part of SH 46 on May 14, 1990.[81]

FM 26

Farm to Market Road 26
LocationDawson and Martin counties
Length23.247 mi[82] (37.412 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[82]–present

Farm to Market Road 26 is located in both Dawson and Martin counties. FM 26 was designated in April 1942.

FM 26 begins at a junction with FM 846. From there, FM 26 heads northwest for a few miles before turning and heading in a westerly direction. From there, FM 26 turns northwest yet again, and merges with FM 3263. FM 26 intersects with a few other farm roads and county roads, before reaching its northern terminus at US Highway 87 (US 87). FM 26 does not pass a single community during its entire length.[52]

FM 26 was designated on April 29, 1942 as a route from US 87 south of Lamesa to Sparenberg. It was just 5.3 miles (8.5 km), located entirely in Dawson County. FM 26 was extended south 4 miles on November 20, 1951. FM 26 was extended to FM 846 on March 26, 1953, adding another 13.9 miles (22.4 km) onto FM 26, of which 11.8 miles (19.0 km) were from the recently cancelled FM 1742.[82]

FM 27

Farm to Market Road 27
LocationFreestone and Limestone counties
Length27.247 mi[83] (43.850 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[83]–present

Farm to Market Road 27 (FM 27) is a Farm to Market Road in the US state of Texas. The highway is located in Freestone and Limestone counties. FM 27 was designated on April 29, 1942.

FM 27 begins at its western terminus with State Highway 171 (SH 171). From there, FM 27 proceeds through low-lying, rolling grassy fields, and passes several farms. The highway intersects several times with other Farm Roads and county roads. Entering the town of Wortham, FM 27 passes Wortham High School before passing shortly through downtown. The roadway then proceeds through hilly, treed, grasslands, again intersecting the occasional county road, before running concurrently with FM 80 just south of Kirvin. FM 27 then continues through forested area before entering Fairfield, and reaching its eastern terminus, US Highway 84 (US 84).[52]

When it was designated on April 29, 1942, FM 27 stretched from Fairfield to Wortham, approximately 18.5 miles (29.8 km). This was SH 210 before 1939. On February 15, 1950, the highway was extended from Wortham to the Limestone County line, adding approximately 1.6 miles (2.6 km) to the route, totaling 20.1 miles (32.3 km), replacing FM 1450. FM 27 was again extended on September 27, 1960, adding 7.4 miles (11.9 km) to the route, and bringing FM 27 to its modern-day western terminus, SH 171.[83]

FM 28

Farm to Market Road 28
LocationFloyd and Crosby counties
Length29.675 mi[84] (47.757 km)
ExistedJune 23, 1942[84]–present

Farm to Market Road 28 (FM 28) is located in Crosby and Floyd counties. The highway was designated on June 23, 1942.

FM 28 begins at its southern terminus, its intersection with US Highway 82/State Highway  114 (US 82/SH 114). From there, FM 28 heads in a northerly direction, passing empty, rolling grassy fields, and the occasional house or farm. The highway continues in a northern direction for nearly 10 miles (16 km), when it turns and heads directly eastward. After heading east for approximately two miles (3.2 km), FM 28 again turns and heads north. The road continues heading north, in conditions almost the same as before, when it turns northwesterly and passes through the unincorporated community of Dougherty. FM 28 then again turns north, and travels for about two miles (3.2 km), before reaching its intersection with US 62/US 70. FM 28 runs concurrently with these other highways for about one mile (1.6 km), before again heading north, reaching its northern terminus, with County Roads 200 and 303 (CR 200, CR 303).[52]

On June 23, 1942, FM 28 was designated to a route in Floyd County, stretching from US 70 to Dougherty. On July 21, 1949, FM 28 was extended to the Crosby County line, adding approximately 8.2 miles (13.2 km) to the previous route. On October 26, 1954, FM 28 was extended again south to its modern southern terminus, US 82, and FM 1472, which ended 8.7 miles north of there, was cancelled. On March 24, 1958, FM 28 was extended 5.3 miles (8.5 km) northward, because FM 2265 was cancelled. The two highways were combined, and FM 28 reached its modern-day northern terminus, with CR 200/CR 303.[84]

FM 28 (erroneous designation in April 1942)

Farm to Market Road 28
LocationFranklin County
Length8.5 mi[84] (13.7 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942–April 29, 1942[84]

FM 28 was erroneously designated on April 29, 1942, in Franklin County, from a junction with SH 37, just south of Mt. Vernon, to the settlement of Macon, approximately 8.5 miles (13.7 km). Later that day, FM 28 was cancelled, as the minute order designated the road as part of FM 21.[84]

FM 29

Farm to Market Road 29 was a designation applied to two separate highways. No highway currently uses the FM 29 designation.

FM 29 (1942–1949)

Farm to Market Road 29
LocationGrimes County
Length11.0 mi[85] (17.7 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942–January 27, 1949[85]

FM 29 was designated on April 29, 1942 along a road in Grimes County from SH 90 near Singleton to Iola. The road was 11.0 miles (17.7 km) long. On January 27, 1949, the designation was cancelled, with the road becoming an extension of FM 39.[85]

FM 29 (1951–1967)

Farm to Market Road 29
LocationVal Verde County
Length1.9 mi[85] (3.1 km)
ExistedMay 23, 1951–October 27, 1967[85]

The FM 29 designation was later applied to a road in Val Verde County, beginning at US 90 northwest of Devils River and heading northeast to Lake Walk. When it was designated, the road was 2.12 miles (3.41 km) long; by 1965, the highway had been truncated to 1.9 miles (3.1 km). FM 29 was cancelled on October 27, 1967, because the roadway was to be inundated by Amistad Reservoir. As a result, the road was permanently closed.[85]

FM 30

Farm to Market Road 30
LocationUvalde County
Length3.622 mi[86] (5.829 km)
ExistedMay 23, 1951–present

Farm to Market Road 30 lies in Uvalde County. The road begins at SH 127 three miles (4.8 km) northwest of Sabinal, and proceeds northward to end at a county road.

FM 30 (1942)

Farm to Market Road 30
LocationChildress County
Length24 mi[86] (39 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942–January 7, 1948[86]

The original Farm to Market Road 30, designated on April 29, 1942, ran from Memphis east to a connection with US 83 in Childress County. FM 30 was cancelled on January 7, 1948 and became part of SH 256.[86]

FM 31

Farm to Market Road 31
LocationHarrison and Panola counties
Length43.335 mi[87] (69.741 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[87]–present

Farm to Market Road 31 lies in Harrison County and Panola County. The highway begins at US 59 (Future I-369) in Marshall, turning southeast while intersecting I-20 outside the city limits. In the community of Crossroads, FM 2625 passes through while FM 2199 ends completely, all while FM 31 continues southeastward. In the town of Elysian Fields, FM 451 ends as FM 31 heads into Panola County. The highway intersects US 79 in De Berry. The road has a small concurrency with FM 123 in Carthage. Further south, FM 2517 makes a four-way intersection there, where a few miles to the east FM 3359 is formed. The highway ends at the Texas-Louisiana state line, where it becomes LA 765. FM 31 was designated on April 29, 1942 from US 59 in Marshall to Elysian Fields. On June 11, 1945, it was extended southward to the Panola County Line. Seven days later, it was extended south to De Berry. On November 20, 1951, it was extended south to what was then FM 998. On January 7, 1952, FM 31 was extended southward to the Louisiana State Line, replacing a section of FM 123 (which was rerouted over FM 998 instead).

RM 32

Ranch to Market Road 32
LocationBlanco, Comal, and Hays counties
Length23.23 mi[88] (37.39 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[88]–present

Ranch to Market Road 32 lies in Blanco County, Comal County, and Hays County. The road begins at US 281 south of Blanco, and continues east as it enters Comal County. In Fischer, FM 3424 ends there, and upon entering Hays County, the highway ends at an intersection with RM 12 in Wimberley.

RM 32 was designated as State Highway 232 between Wimberley and US 281 in 1936. On April 29, 1942, RM 32 was designated on its current route, replacing SH 232.[89]

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[90]kmDestinationsNotes
Blanco0.00.0 US 281 – Blanco, San Antonio
6.09.7 RM 473 west – Twin Sisters
ComalFischer11.117.9 RM 484 south / Cranes Mill Road – Fischer
FischerCanyon Lake line11.418.3 RM 484 – Fischer, Canyon Lake
Canyon Lake15.825.4 FM 3424 south – Canyon Lake
HaysWimberley23.237.3 RM 12 – Wimberley, San Marcos
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

RM 33

Ranch to Market Road 33
LocationHoward, Glasscock, and Reagan counties
Length57.48 mi[91] (92.51 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[91]–present

Ranch to Market Road 33 is located in Howard, Glasscock, and Reagan counties. It runs from US 87, 4 miles south of Big Spring, south to SH 137.

RM 33 was designated on April 29, 1942 from US 87 south of Big Spring south 6.4 miles to the Glasscock County Line. On February 11, 1944 the road was extended south to Garden City. On June 11, 1945 the road was extended south to the Reagan County line, and then to Big Lake on the same day. On October 29, 1948, the road was extended south and east to SH 163. On July 14, 1949 the road was extended east to Eldorado, replacing FM 865, making it the longest Farm or Ranch to Market Road at 141 miles.[92] However, FM 865 was reassigned to a nearby road to the southwest; this became RM 865 on November 13, 1959 and became part of SH 137 on May 16, 1984, and FM 865 was reassigned to its current route in Houston on September 13, 1984. On June 30, 1977, the section from Eldorado west to RM 1980 (along with RM 1980) was transferred to US 190. On May 16, 1984, the section of RM 33 from SH 137 south to US 190 was transferred to SH 137.

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[93]kmDestinationsNotes
Reagan0.00.0 SH 137 – Stiles, Big Lake
13.421.6 RM 2600 east
16.426.4 FM 1357 west to SH 137
Glasscock25.240.6 RM 2401 west – Saint Lawrence
Garden City35.356.8 SH 158 – Midland, Sterling City
50.080.5 FM 461 to US 87 – Lomax
Howard56.891.4 FM 818 west – Elbow
57.692.7 US 87 – Big Spring, San AngeloInterchange
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 34

Farm to Market Road 34
LocationHudspeth County
Length2.612 mi[94] (4.204 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[94]–present

Farm to Market Road 34 is located entirely in Hudspeth County.

The southern terminus of FM 34 is in unincorporated Hudspeth County at FM 192. From here, the road proceeds northward for 2.6 miles before ending at exit 87 on I-10, approximately 15 miles east of Fort Hancock[94][95][96]

On April 29, 1942, FM 34 was assigned to a route from a junction with US 80 (present-day I-10) southward approximately 3.0 miles.[94]

FM 35

Farm to Market Road 35
LocationRockwall, Hunt counties
Length7.304 mi[97] (11.755 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[97]–present

Farm to Market Road 35 is located in Rockwall and Hunt counties. The road begins at I-30 in Royse City and runs to SH 276.

FM 35 was designated on April 29, 1942 from Quinlan to Mexico. On November 23, 1948 the section from Union Valley to Quinlan was added, creating a concurrency with SH 34. On November 30, 1949 the road was extended east 4 miles to Sabine River Bottom. On December 17, 1952 the road was extended west 4.9 miles to the Rockwall County line. On February 26, 1953 the road was extended west to the new location of US 67 (now I-30), replacing FM 1396. On October 26, 1954, the road was extended east to US 69 (now FM 2795) at Emory, replacing FM 2102 and creating a concurrency with FM 47. On April 1, 1959 the Union Valley-Quinlan section was revised to end at Loop 264 instead of SH 34 (a 0.5 mile section of FM 35 was transferred to Loop 264). On December 15, 1959 the concurrency with FM 47 was removed. On October 15, 1970 the section of FM 35 from Loop 264 west 5.8 miles was transferred to SH 276. On October 25, 1990 a 21.3 mile section of FM 35 from SH 34 east to US 69 was also transferred to SH 276.

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[98]kmDestinationsNotes
Hunt0.00.0 SH 276 – Rockwall, Quinlan
Union Valley1.11.8 FM 1565 – Poetry, Caddo Mills
RockwallRoyse City5.58.9 FM 2642 north
6.310.1 FM 2453 south
7.311.7 I-30 (US 67) – Dallas, GreenvilleI-30 exit 77B
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 36

Farm to Market Road 36
LocationHunt County
Length29.725 mi[99][nb 3] (47.838 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[99]–present

Farm to Market Road 36 is located entirely within Hunt County. The road begins at SH 276 west of Quinlan and ends at FM 1562. There are concurrencies with US 380 and SH 66.

FM 36 was designated on April 29, 1942 from SH 24 (now US 380) west of Floyd to Merit. On September 12, 1946 the section from SH 24 at Floyd to US 67 (now SH 66) at or near Caddo Mills was added. On November 30, 1949 the road was extended southeast 4 miles from Caddo Mills. On October 28, 1953 the road was extended north to FM 1562. On October 26, 1954 the road was extended south to FM 35 (now SH 276). On June 24, 2010, the section of FM 36 from US 380 to BU 380-J was removed from the state highway system. FM 36 was instead realigned over the new US 380.

Junction list

The entire route is in Hunt County.

Locationmi[100]kmDestinationsNotes
0.00.0 SH 276 – Rockwall, Royse City, Quinlan
6.911.1 FM 1564 east
8.7–
9.4
14.0–
15.1
I-30 (US 67) – Dallas, GreenvilleI-30 exit 85
11.117.9 FM 1903 east
Caddo Mills13.020.9 SH 66 west – Royse CitySouth end of SH 66 overlap
13.121.1 SH 66 east – GreenvilleNorth end of SH 66 overlap
Clinton16.025.7 FM 3211 east
19.230.9 US 380 east / County Road 1118 – Greenville, FloydSouth end of US 380 overlap
19.831.9
Bus. US 380 east – Floyd
20.633.2 US 380 west – McKinneyNorth end of US 380 overlap
24.539.4 FM 1569 east – Wagner
Merit25.541.0 FM 2194 – Farmersville, Kellogg
31.951.3 FM 1562 – Blue Ridge, Celeste
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 37

Farm to Market Road 37
LocationBailey, Lamb, Hale, and Floyd counties
Length84.621 mi[101] (136.184 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[101]–present

Farm to Market Road 37 lies in Bailey County, Lamb County, Hale County, and Floyd County. in the state of Texas. The road begins at TX 214 south of Enochs, and heads eastward to FM 54. Later, on a different end of FM 54, it meets the Bailey County line, and heads northeast to Amherst with FM 1072. At another point with FM 1072, it heads eastward to FM 168 at Hart Camp. It then crosses US 87 in Cotton Center, and performs an analogous operation (being concurrent to a highway and then ending the concurrency) on its way to FM 400, and from there to FM 789, and from there to FM 378, and finally eastward to US 62 in Floydada, where the highway ends.[101] When the highway was created, it ran from a junction with US 84 to Amherst. On March 18, 1944, the highway was expanded to include a strip from Amherst to SH 51. On December 16, 1948, it extended east 5.8 miles to what is now FM 1072. On September 19, 1968, the highway was expanded to its present length, replacing FM 2189 from SH 214 to FM 54, FM 1928 from FM 54 to US 84, a section of FM 1072 from FM 1072 to FM 168, FM 1315 from FM 168 to FM 400, and FM 579 from FM 400 to US 62. Part of the road numbered FM 1315 had been designated as FM 2063.

FM 38

Farm to Market Road 38
LocationLamar and Delta counties
Length33.301 mi[102] (53.593 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[102]–present

Farm to Market Road 38 lies in Lamar and Delta counties. The road begins at US 82 west of Petty and turns north and east to Maxey, then southeast through Brookston and Roxton to Ben Franklin.

FM 38 was designated on April 29, 1942 from US 82 west of Brookston through Roxton to Noble as a replacement for State Highway 188. On April 30, 1945, the Roxton-Noble section was cancelled and became part of FM 137. FM 38 was expanded to include a section from the Lamar County line to FM 128 at Ben Franklin on June 9, 1947, creating a gap in the highway. This gap was closed on February 27, 1948, when FM 38 was extended from Roxton to Ben Franklin. On August 23, 1948, FM 38 was again extended west over the old location of US 82 to the new location of US 82. On February 1, 1949 the road was extended northwest to Maxey, replacing FM 907. The final change came on August 25, 1949 when FM 38 was extended to US 82 west of Petty, bringing the highway to its final length.

FM 39

Farm to Market Road 39
LocationLimestone, Leon, Madison, and Grimes counties
Length82.927 mi[103] (133.458 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[103]–present

Farm to Market Road 39 lies in Limestone County, Leon County, Madison County, and Grimes County. The road begins at TX 14 south of Mexia, and turns south, intersecting TX 164 before FM 80 ends directly parallel to the Freestone County line. However, no part of the road's mileage is in Freestone County, as the road turns south to Leon County shortly afterward. The highway then intersects with US 79 in Jewett and then intersects with TX 7 in the community of Concord. As the highway turns directly south, it makes an intersection with FM 977 in Flynn. In Normangee, it makes an intersection with the Old San Antonio Road, where it enters Madison County, and has a concurrency with FM 1452 in the community of George. The highway subsequently makes an intersection with a concurrent TX 21/US 190 in North Zulch. As it enters Grimes County, the road bypasses Iola, and ends at TX 90 north of Singleton. When it was designated, the road considered of the section from Normangee to Flynn. On August 3, 1943, the road was expanded to include a segment from Mexia to Personville, creating a gap in the highway. The road's southern portion was expanded on February 28, 1945 to include US 190 at North Zulch. Meanwhile, the northern strip received a segment from Personville to Jewett, and the southern strip was expanded again on April 18, 1947 to Robbins. It was extended from Jewett to Robbins on January 27, 1949, closing the gap. That day, FM 39 was extended south to SH 90 in Singleton, replacing FM 29 from Iola to Singleton. On June 21, 1982, the highway was slightly modified to go via Tyler Street instead of McKinney Street in Mexia, giving it its present-day length.

FM 40

Farm to Market Road 40
LocationLubbock and Crosby counties
Length32.515 mi[104][nb 4] (52.328 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[104]–present

Farm to Market Road 40 is located in Lubbock and Crosby counties. It runs from FM 1729 to FM 651. There are concurrencies with FM 378 and SH 207.

FM 40 was designated on April 29, 1942 from US 62 and US 82 at Lubbock to Acuff. On December 29, 1949 the road was extended east to FM 378, replacing FM 1526. On March 24, 1958 the road was extended to FM 651, replacing FM 1308 and FM 1309 and creating concurrencies with FM 122 (now SH 207) and FM 378. On June 27, 1995 the section from US 62 to FM 1729 was transferred to UR 40. On November 15, 2018 this section was changed back to FM 40.

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[105]kmDestinationsNotes
LubbockLubbock0.00.0 US 62 / SH 114 (Idalou Road) – Lubbock, Idalou
0.71.1 Loop 289 (East Loop)
4.06.4 FM 1729 – Buffalo Springs Lake
8.313.4 FM 400 – Idalou, Slaton
10.817.4 FM 789 north
Crosby16.526.6 FM 378 north – LorenzoWest end of FM 40 overlap
16.827.0 FM 378 southEast end of FM 378 overlap
21.434.4 FM 2576 north
23.738.1 SH 207 north – RallsWest end of SH 207 overlap
26.142.0 SH 207 south – PostEast end of SH 207 overlap
29.046.7 FM 1831 north
35.056.3 FM 651 – Crosbyton, Post
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 41

Farm to Market Road 41
LocationHockley and Lubbock counties
Length48.321 mi[106] (77.765 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[106]–present

Farm to Market Road 41 lies within Hockley County and Lubbock County. The road begins from FM 303 southeast of Sundown and turns about 48 miles eastward bypassing Ropesville and Slide before eventually returning to US 84 in Slaton. Originally, the route went from a junction of US 87 south of Lubbock to Slide. On June 25, 1945, a section from 5 miles west of Slaton and a section from Slide to the Hockley County line, were added to the highway. On December 17, 1952, FM 41 extended west to FM 300 (now FM 303), replacing FM 1174 from FM 300 to SH 51(now US 385). On October 28, 1953, 4.8 more miles east to US 84 were added, and the highway reached its present length.

Junction list
CountyLocationmikmDestinationsNotes
Hockley FM 303 – Sundown
US 385 – Levelland, Brownfield
FM 3261 north
FM 168 north – SmyerWest end of FM 168 overlap
Ropesville US 62 / US 82 – Lubbock, Brownfield
FM 168 southEast end of FM 168 overlap
Lubbock FM 179 – Wolfforth
FM 1730 – Lubbock, Slide
US 87 – Lubbock, Tahoka
FM 2192 south
Slaton US 84 – Lubbock, Post
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 42/RM 42

Farm to Market Road 42
LocationMenard and McCulloch counties
Length30.8 mi[107] (49.6 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942–October 1, 1956[107]

Ranch to Market Road 42
LocationMenard and McCulloch counties
Length30.8 mi[107] (49.6 km)
ExistedOctober 1, 1956–June 30, 1977[107]

Farm to Market Road 42/Ranch to Market Road 42 was a designation applied to a highway in Menard and McCulloch counties. No highway currently uses the RM 42 or FM 42 designations.

FM 42 was designated on April 29, 1942 from Brady southwest to a point 1 mile north of Calf Creek. On January 18, 1946, the road was shortened 1.8 miles to end at Davis School. On November 23, 1948, FM 42 was extended west 5.2 miles to a point 2.5 miles north of Calf Creek. On July 21, 1949, the road was extended west to US 83, replacing FM 379. On October 1, 1956, FM 42 was changed to RM 42. RM 42 was cancelled on June 30, 1977 and redesignated US 190.

FM 43

Farm to Market Road 43
LocationNueces County
Length10.791 mi[108] (17.366 km)
ExistedMay 23, 1951–present

Farm to Market Road 43 lies within Nueces County. The highway runs from SH 357 southwest and west to FM 665.

FM 43 was designated on May 23, 1951 from SH 286 through London School to FM 665. On June 1, 1965 the road was extended east and northeast to SH 357. On July 11, 1968, FM 43 was extended northeast to SH 358. On June 27, 1995, the section from SH 358 to SH 357 was transferred to UR 43.[109] On November 15, 2018, the section from SH 358 to SH 357 was changed back to FM 43.[110]

Junction list

The entire route is in Nueces County.

Locationmi[111]kmDestinationsNotes
0.00.0 FM 665 / FM 2444 east
3.25.1 FM 763 north
6.09.7 SH 286 – Corpus Christi, Chapman RanchInterchange
Corpus Christi9.014.5 SH 357 (Saratoga Boulevard)Access to CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital
10.817.4 SH 358 (South Padre Island Drive)Interchange
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 43/RM 43 (1942)

Ranch to Market Road 43
LocationMenard and Schleicher counties
ExistedApril 29, 1942[nb 5]–March 17, 1948

The original FM 43 was formed on April 29, 1942 from US 83 near Menard through Mission San Saba to an existing roadway north of the San Saba River as a replacement of a portion of SH 151. On June 11, 1945 FM 43 was changed to RM 43 and a section from Eldorado to the Menard County Line was designated, creating a gap. On June 20, 1945 the gap was closed. RM 43 was cancelled on March 17, 1948 and reassigned back to SH 151 (now SH 29).

FM 44

Farm to Market Road 44
LocationRed River and Bowie counties
Length36.789 mi[112] (59.206 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[112]–present

Farm to Market Road 44 is located in Red River and Bowie counties. The highway runs from FM 114 south, east, and southeast to FM 561.

FM 44 was designated on April 29, 1942 from US 82 near Annona south 8.3 miles to Boxelder. On December 18, 1951, it extended 4.3 miles southeastward to a road intersection. On November 21, 1956, it extended to FM 561 and FM 911 in Lydia. On February 13, 1958, it extended east over a section of FM 561 to what was then FM 1996 (became part of FM 561 that day) west of Siloam. On October 31, 1958, FM 44 extended north to FM 114. There have been no changes since.

FM 45

Farm to Market Road 45
LocationBrown, Mills, and San Saba counties
Length30.705 mi[113] (49.415 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[113]–present

Farm to Market Road 45 runs from US 190 in Richland Springs north to US 377 about 5 miles south of Brownwood. FM 45 forms a portion of the partial beltway that goes around the southeast side of Brownwood (the rest is formed by FM 2126).

FM 45 starts at US 190 about 14.7 miles west of San Saba and heads northbound through Richland Springs to Main Ave. where the road briefly turns east for one block before continuing northbound. After exiting Richland Springs, FM 45 traverses the rural landscape with a daytime speed limit of 70 MPH. Halfway to Brownwood, FM 45 crosses the Colorado River from San Saba County into Brown County. At its junction with FM 2126, FM 45 continues west to US 377 with a speed limit of 65 MPH.

FM 45 provides Brownwood with a direct link to Richland Springs and San Saba (and vice versa). The highway shortens the trip between Brownwood and Richland Springs from 54 miles (going through Brady) to 34 miles.

Before Farm to Market Roads were built, one of the first bridges across the Colorado River in this area is the Regency Bridge. A historical marker was erected by the Texas Department of Transportation at the junction of FM 45 and FM 574 that describes the bridge.

FM 45 was designated on April 29, 1942 from US 190 north 7 miles to the Locker Road. On July 13, 1945, it was extended north 2.3 miles. On November 23, 1948, it was extended north 2.4 miles to near the Colorado River. On January 22, 1953, FM 45 was extended north and west to US 377, replacing FM 1474 from the Mills-Brown County Line to US 377. On October 29, 1954, it was extended south from the old location of US 190 to the new location of US 190.

Junction list
CountyLocationmikmDestinationsNotes
San SabaRichland Springs US 190 – Brady, San Saba
FM 2997 south
FM 502 west – Mercury
FM 500 east
FM 765 west
Mills FM 574 east – Goldthwaite
FM 586 west – Indian Creek
BrownBrownwood FM 2126 north
US 377 – Brady, Brownwood
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 46

Farm to Market Road 46
LocationFalls and Robertson counties
Length34.035 mi[114] (54.774 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[114]–present

Farm to Market Road 46 is located in Falls and Robertson Counties. It runs from SH 6 west of Bremond to SH OSR in Wheelock.

FM 46 was designated on April 29, 1942, from SH OSR northward 3.2 miles to 1 mile north of Wheelock, replacing part of SH 255. On November 20, 1951, FM 46 extended north to US 79 in Franklin. On May 15, 1954, FM 46 extended to SH 14 in Bremond, replacing FM 392. On September 26, 1967, FM 46 extended north to new location SH 6 over old location SH 6. On August 31, 1971, FM 46 was rerouted over part of FM 2293, removing the break at SH 14 and completing its current route.

FM 47

Farm to Market Road 47
LocationRains and Van Zandt counties
Length40.582 mi[115] (65.310 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[115]–present

Farm to Market Road 47 is located in Rains and Van Zandt counties. It runs from SH 198 to US 69 in Point.

FM 47 was designated on April 29, 1942, from US 80 in Wills Point north 5 miles to Clifton. On January 11, 1945, FM 47 extended south to Scott. On June 11, 1945, FM 47 extended south to SH 243. On October 29, 1948, FM 47 extended south to SH 198. On May 23, 1951, FM 47 extended northeast 3.6 miles. On October 29, 1953, FM 47 extended north to US 69, replacing a portion of FM 514. In 1975, FM 47 was realigned (the old route is now Rains County Road 1430)

FM 48

Farm to Market Road 48
LocationHemphill and Wheeler counties
Length8.708 mi[116] (14.014 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[116]–present

Farm to Market Road 48 is located in Hemphill and Wheeler counties. It runs from SH 152 in Mobeetie (also called Old Mobeetie) to FM 1268.

FM 48 was designated on April 29, 1942, from SH 152 north to New Mobeetie. On November 23, 1948, FM 48 extended eastward 0.6 miles. On May 26, 1949, FM 48 extended north and west 2.3 miles to a road intersection, and the old route was changed to a spur connection. On August 7, 1951, the spur connection was transferred to FM 1046. On December 17, 1952, FM 48 extended north to FM 1268 (note that the north terminus was the end of FM 1263 when FM 1268 extended east replacing it that same day).

FM 49

Farm to Market Road 49
LocationWood and Upshur counties
Length33.674 mi[117] (54.193 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[117]–present

Farm to Market Road 49 runs from US 69 in Mineola east to SH 154 on the western edge of Gilmer. Cutting through farmland and the Piney Woods of East Texas, it makes for a very pleasant drive.

This highway was originally designated on April 29, 1942, and only extended from US 69 about 5 miles northeast to somewhere near Lake Fork Creek. Three years later on June 11, 1945, it was extended to Hainesville, presumably to its current junction with FM 778. On December 17, 1947, the route was extended again to intersect with FM 14 in Pine Mills, the same day FM 778 was created. It would take only eight more years for FM 49 to get across the Upshur County line: to roughly Big Sandy Creek 3.6 miles east of FM 14 on November 20, 1951, and to FM 1002 on August 24, 1955. It took just over four years to extend it to what used to be FM 554 on November 14, 1959, roughly its present-day intersection with FM 1795. On August 3, 1971, FM 554 was cancelled, so the section from FM 49 to SH 154 was transferred to FM 49, while the section west of FM 49 was transferred to FM 1795. FM 2793 north of FM 554 was also transferred to FM 1795.

Junction list
CountyLocationmikmDestinationsNotes
WoodMineola US 69 – Quitman, Lindale
Loop 564
Hainesville FM 778 – Quitman, Crow
Pine Mills FM 14 – Oak Grove, Kaufman County, Hawkins
FM 312 – Little Hope
Holly Lake Ranch FM 2869 – Holly Lake RanchWest end of FM 2869 overlap
FM 2869 – WinnsboroEast end of FM 2869 overlap
UpshurLittle Mound FM 1002 – RhonesboroNorth end of FM 1002 overlap
FM 1002 – Shady GroveSouth end of FM 1002 overlap
FM 1795 – LatchWest end of FM 1795 overlap
FM 1795 – KelseyEast end of FM 1795 overlap
Gilmer SH 154 – Gilmer, Quitman
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 50

Farm to Market Road 50
LocationCentral Texas
Length51.378 mi[118] (82.685 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[118]–present

Farm to Market Road 50 is a 52.9-mile (85.1 km) route, beginning at State Highway 105 near Brenham and passing to the north through Independence to U.S. Route 79 and U.S. Route 190 near Hearne. The road has a brief concurrency with SH 21 along a bridge crossing the Brazos River. The road is in Washington, Burleson, Brazos, and Robertson counties.

The road was designated on April 29, 1942 along the portion of the present route north of SH 21. On May 20, 1942, the road was extended through Snook to SH 36 at Lyons, replacing a portion of SH 230. On August 24, 1943, FM 50 was extended south to SH 211 in Independence. On October 6, 1943, FM 50 was extended south to SH 90, replacing most of SH 211. The remainder of SH 211 became Spur 197, and is now FM 390 and FM 390 Spur. The section of FM 50 from east of Snook to SH 36 was transferred to FM 60.

FM 51

Farm to Market Road 51
LocationNorth Texas
Length114.986 mi[119] (185.052 km)
ExistedApril 29, 1942[119]–present
FM 51, as East California Street, in Gainesville
FM 51, as East California Street, in Gainesville

Farm to Market Road 51 runs from US 67 in Somervell County north and east to I-35 in Gainesville. Skirting the northwestern fringes of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, it is available as a more scenic and less-congested shortcut between I-20 west of Weatherford and I-35 north of Gainesville.

This route north of Decatur was designated as SH 169 in 1932, but extended to Weatherford and became SH 89 until 1939. FM 51 was designated on April 29, 1942 from Gainesville to Era. On May 19 of that year, three more sections were added: one from Decatur northeast 4.8 miles to the Slidell Road, one from SH 114 to Springtown, and one from Weatherford north 4 miles. On August 22, 1944, it was extended from 4 miles north of Weatherford to Springtown and from 4.8 miles northeast of Decatur to the Denton/Wise county line, closing one gap and partially closing another. On June 5, 1945, another section was added from the Parker-Hood county line to Granbury. Seven days later, FM 51 was extended from Weatherford to the Parker-Hood county line, connecting the sections. On February 14, 1947, it was extended from SH 114 to Decatur, closing another gap. On April 28, 1949, it extended from the Denton/Wise county line to Era, closing the last gap. On September 28 in that year, it was extended east from the old location of US 77 to the new location of US 77; the remainder of old US 77 was replaced by the new FM 1306. On February 6, 1953, it was extended southwest to a road intersection 4.7 miles southwest of Granbury, replacing FM 1657 on that route. On August 24, 1955, it was extended southwest to FM 201 (now FM 56). On November 23, 1959, it was extended east from US 77 along the old location of US 82 to US 82. On December 20, 1984, when the district combined several farm to market roads with others, FM 51 was extended southwest to US 67, replacing FM 204.[120] In the same order, FM 56 replaced FM 201. Part of the road designated FM 204 was designated as FM 2223.

Junction list
CountyLocationmikmDestinationsNotes
Somervell US 67 – Stephenville, Glen Rose
FM 205 east – Glen Rose, Dinosaur Valley State ParkSouth end of FM 205 overlap
HoodPaluxy FM 205 west – StephenvilleNorth end of FM 205 overlap
FM 56 north – TolarSouth end of FM 56 overlap
FM 56 south – Glen RoseNorth end of FM 56 overlap
Granbury US 377 – Stephenville, Fort Worth
SH 144 south (Morgan Street) – Glen RoseSouth end of SH 144 overlap

Bus. US 377 south (W. Pearl Street)
North end of SH 144 overlap; south end of Bus. US 377 overlap

Bus. US 377 north (E. Pearl Street) / FM 4 south – Cleburne
North end of Bus. US 377 overlap; south end of FM 4 overlap
FM 4 north (Lipan Drive) – LipanNorth end of FM 4 overlap
Loop 567
FM 167 south – Acton
Parker FM 1708 south
SH 171 south – CleburneSouth end of SH 171 overlap
Weatherford I-20 – Ranger, Fort WorthI-20 exit 408
FM 1884 south (Bethel Road)
US 180 – Mineral Wells, Fort WorthTraffic circle; north end of SH 171 overlap
FM 920 north – Bridgeport
Springtown SH 199 – Jacksboro, Fort Worth
Wise FM 2048 east – Briar
FM 2123 north – Bridgeport
SH 114 east – RhomeSouth end of SH 114 overlap
SH 114 west – BridgeportNorth end of SH 114 overlap
FM 3259 west – Paradise
Decatur US 81 / US 287 – Wichita Falls, Fort Worth
FM 730 north (Trinity Street) – DecaturSouth end of FM 730 overlap
FM 730 south (College Avenue) – AzleNorth end of FM 730 overlap

Bus. US 81 south / Bus. US 287 south – Rhome
South end of Bus. US 81/287 overlap

Bus. US 81 north / Bus. US 287 north / Bus. US 380 west (Walnut Street) – Decatur
North end of Bus. 81/287 overlap; south end of Bus. US 380 overlap

Bus. US 380 east – Denton
North end of Bus. US 380 overlap
US 380 – Jacksboro, Denton
FM 1204 north – Greenwood, Lyndon B. Johnson National Grassland
FM 455 – Forestburg, Sanger
Denton
No major junctions
CookeEra FM 922 – Rosston, Valley View
FM 1630 west
Gainesville FM 1306 south
I-35 / US 77 – Ardmore, DentonI-35 exit 497
FM 372 / FM 678 north – Lake Ray Roberts, Callisburg
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 52

Farm to Market Road 52
LocationParker and Palo Pinto counties
Length14.404 mi[121] (23.181 km)
ExistedMay 20, 1942[121]–present

Farm to Market Road 52 is located in Parker and Palo Pinto counties. It runs from SH 254 north to Oran, east to Whitt, and south to FM 1885.

FM 52 was designated on May 20, 1942, from Oran east across US 281 to Whitt. On December 2, 1953, FM 52 extended south from Oran to SH 254. On August 24, 1955, FM 52 extended southeast to FM 1885.

FM 53

Farm to Market Road 53
LocationColeman, Runnels, Taylor, and Nolan counties
Length69 mi[122] (111 km)
ExistedMay 20, 1942–August 8, 1988[122]

Farm to Market Road 53 was a designation applied to a highway in Coleman, Runnels, Taylor, and Nolan counties. No highway uses the FM 53 designation now.

FM 53 was designated on May 20, 1942 from SH 70, 13 miles south of Sweetwater, southeast to SH 158 (now US 277). On June 22, 1944, FM 53 extended east to Crews, replacing FM 70 which started at Wingate. Another section of FM 53 was added from Coleman to the New Central School, replacing FM 24. This created a gap in the route. On October 29, 1948, the western section was extended east to the Coleman County Line.[123] On November 2, 1948, the eastern section was extended northwest to Glen Cove.[124] On January 15, 1949, the eastern section extended west to 1.8 miles northwest of Glen Cove. On July 25, 1950, it was extended from the Coleman County Line to 1.8 miles northwest of Glen Cove, closing the gap. On September 21, 1965, it was relocated in Winters, removing a concurrency with US 83. The old route became Loop 438. On December 1, 1969, it was extended east over the old location of US 84 to the new location of US 84, creating a concurrency with SH 206. FM 53 was cancelled on May 16, 1988 and transferred to SH 153.[122]

FM 54

Farm to Market Road 54
LocationBailey, Lamb, Hale, and Floyd counties
Length101.164 mi[125] (162.808 km)
ExistedMay 20, 1942[125]–present

Farm to Market Road 54 lies in Bailey County, Lamb County, Hale County, and Floyd County. The road begins at the Texas-New Mexico state line where NM 321 ends, and continues east to Enochs whilst making an intersection with SH 214. The highway turns north and for a short stretch is merged with FM 37. After leaving Bula and entering the Lamb County line, the highway makes an intersection with US 84 in Littlefield. While the highway is still in the city limits, it also makes intersections with US 385 and Boulevard 430. After exiting the city limits, the highway makes an intersection with FM 1072, and performs this same action again when it intersects FM 168 in Spade. Soon after it passes the Hale County line, FM 179 becomes conterminous with FM 54, but exits the highway shortly afterward. The highway then crosses I-27 and US 87, which are both conterminous. The highway then intersects FM 400 and turns northeast in Petersburg due to FM 789 slanting there shortly before entering Floyd County. Shortly thereafter, the highway ends at a conterminous stretch of TX 207 and US 62 south of Floydada.

FM 54 was formed on May 20, 1942 from a junction with US 87 north of Abernathy to Petersburg as a restoration of part of TX 278. On May 18, 1944, the highway was expanded to include a section from Spade via Littlefield to the Bailey county line. This created a gap. On June 4, 1945, another section was added from SH 207 to the Floyd-Hale county line. This created another gap. On June 16 of that year, one section extended west from the Lamb-Bailey county line to SH 214. On July 9 of that year, one section was extended west from US 87 to the Hale-Lamb county line. On June 4, 1946, it was extended from the Floyd-Hale county line to Petersburg, closing one gap. On January 22, 1947 a spur connection was added in Petersburg that year. On November 18, 1947, it was extended from the Hale-Lamb county line to Spade, closing the last gap. The route now matched the entire route of TX 278. On December 16, 1948, it extended west 8 miles from SH 214. On July 14, 1949, it was extended west to the New Mexico State Line, completing its current route.

Junction list

CountyLocationmikmDestinationsNotes
Bailey NM 321 west – CauseyNew Mexico state line
FM 1731 north
FM 596 south – Maple
Enochs SH 214 – Muleshoe, Morton
FM 37 westWest end of FM 37 overlap
Lamb FM 37 east – AmherstEast end of FM 37 overlap
FM 303 south – SundownWest end of FM 303 overlap
FM 303 northEast end of FM 303 overlap
FM 1490 south – Levelland
Littlefield US 84 – Muleshoe, LubbockInterchange
US 385 – Dimmitt, Levelland
Loop 430 – Muleshoe, Lubbock
FM 1072 – Fieldton
Spade FM 168 – Olton, Anton
Hale FM 179 south – AntonWest end of FM 179 overlap
FM 179 north – Cotton CenterEast end of FM 179 overlap
FM 2528 south
I-27 / US 87 – Plainview, LubbockI-27 exit 24
FM 400 – Plainview, Slaton
Petersburg FM 789 southWest end of FM 789 overlap
FM 789 northEast end of FM 789 overlap
Floyd FM 378 – Lockney, Lorenzo
FM 3111 north
US 62 / SH 207 – Floydada, Ralls
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 55

Farm to Market Road 55
LocationEllis and Navarro counties
Length35.214 mi[126] (56.671 km)
ExistedMay 19, 1942[126]–present

Farm to Market Road 55 is located in Ellis and Navarro counties. It runs from US 77 near Waxahachie and runs to FM 709 south of Purdon.

FM 55 was designated on May 19, 1942, from SH 31 to Purdon. On July 27, 1949, FM 55 extended to SH 22, replacing FM 634. On February 15, 1959, FM 55 extended to the Navarro-Ellis County Line, replacing FM 1782. On May 2, 1962, FM 55 extended north to US 77, replacing FM 1492. On May 7, 1974, FM 55 extended south to FM 709, completing its current route.

FM 56

Farm to Market Road 56
LocationBosque, Somervell, and Hood counties
Length77.908 mi[127] (125.381 km)
ExistedMay 19, 1942[127]–present

Farm to Market Road 56 is located in Bosque, Somervell, and Hood counties.

FM 56 was designated on May 19, 1942, from SH 317 & US 84 in McGregor north to Crawford. Soon after that, FM 56 extended north to SH 67 (this section became part of SH 6 on September 26, 1945) Valley Mills. On June 11, 1945, FM 56 extended north to Cayote (also called Coyote). On October 29, 1947, the section of FM 56 from Valley Mills to McGregor was transferred to SH 317, shortening FM 56 to be a route from Valley Mills to Cayote. On July 14, 1949, FM 56 extended north to SH 22. On October 26, 1954, FM 56 extended north to FM 1859 in Kopperl, and a section of FM 1859 from Kopperl to SH 174 was transferred to FM 56. On October 31, 1957, FM 56 extended northward to the end of FM 1992 at Brazos Point. On January 15, 1960, FM 56 extended to SH 144, replacing all of FM 1992 and part of FM 202 north of what was then FM 1992. On December 20, 1984, FM 56 extended to a county road northwest of US 377, replacing FM 201.

FM 57

Farm to Market Road 57
LocationJones and Fisher counties
Length29.553 mi[128] (47.561 km)
ExistedMay 19, 1942[128]–present

Farm to Market Road 57 is located in Jones and Fisher counties. It runs from Hamlin to FM 419.

FM 57 was designated on May 19, 1942 from Hamlin southwest to the Fisher County line. On May 18, 1944 the road was extended to Sylvester. On December 16, 1948 a section from Sylvester to Longworth was added, and the road was extended to SH 70, replacing FM 609. On September 20, 1961 the road was extended to FM 419, bringing the highway to its final length.

FM 58

Farm to Market Road 58
LocationAngelina County
Length12.097 mi[129] (19.468 km)
ExistedMay 19, 1942[129]–present

Farm to Market Road 58 is located in Angelina County. It runs from US 69 southeast of Lufkin to FM 1818.

FM 58 was designated on May 19, 1942 from US 59 and Harmony Hill Road south of Lufkin to US 69 southeast of Lufkin, and from US 69 to a point 10.2 miles south as a replacement for State Highway 299. On March 20, 1946 the road was extended south to a county road. On May 23, 1951 FM 58 was extended west to US 59 at Diboll. The same day a 1.1 mile section of FM 58 was transferred to FM 1877. On August 11, 1966 the section from FM 1818 to US 59 was transferred to FM 1818, bringing the highway to its final length.

FM 59

Farm to Market Road 59
LocationHenderson and Anderson counties
Length18.579 mi[130] (29.900 km)
ExistedMay 19, 1942[130]–present

Farm to Market Road 59 is located in Henderson and Anderson counties. The road is 18.6 miles long.

The road begins at an intersection with SH 19 in Athens. From there, it goes southwest, passing through Cross Roads. The southern terminus is at US 287 in Cayuga. FM 59 was designated from SH 19 in Athens to Cross Roads. On June 11, 1945, it was extended to Cayuga. This was part of SH 212 before 1939.

Junction list
CountyLocationmikmDestinationsNotes
AndersonCayuga US 287 – Corsicana, Palestine
FM 2961 east – Gus Engeling Wildlife Management Area
Henderson RM 3273 east
Cross Roads FM 3441 north – Malakoff
FM 753 – Crescent Heights
Loop 7
Athens
Bus. SH 19 – Canton, Palestine
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 60

Farm to Market Road 60
LocationBurleson and Brazos counties
Length43.688 mi[131] (70.309 km)
ExistedMay 20, 1942[131]–present

Farm to Market Road 60 runs from SH 21, 6 miles (9.7 km) southwest of Caldwell, southeastward to SH 36 at Lyons; and from another point on SH 36 at Lyons, northeastward to FM 158 at Bryan. In Brazos County, it is also known as Raymond Stotzer Pkwy west of FM 2154 and University Drive east of FM 2154.

FM 60 was designated on May 20, 1942 from SH 6 (now a business route) to a point near the eastern bank of the Brazos River, replacing a portion of SH 230. On August 24, 1943, a second section was created from FM 50 4 miles east of Snook east to the State Experimental Sub Station, creating a gap. On October 6 in that year, the western section was extended to SH 36 near Lyons, replacing a section of FM 50. On August 1, 1944, FM 60 was extended from a point near the eastern bank of the Brazos River to the State Experimental Sub Station, closing the gap. On October 31, 1957, it was extended east to FM 158. On December 15, 1960, the section from SH 6 (now a business route) to FM 158 was transferred to SH 30. On June 2, 1967, FM 60 was extended southwest 4 miles from SH 36. On February 29, 1968, FM 60 was extended from the old location of SH 6 to the new location of SH 6. On November 26, 1969, FM 60 was extended northwest to SH 21, replacing FM 111 from SH 21 southeast 10.8 miles to what is now Park Road 57. FM 111 was instead reassigned to its former spur connection, then numbered FM 2618. On May 23, 1978, it was extended northeast from SH 6 to FM 158. On June 27, 1995, the section from SH 47 to FM 158 became an urban road. This section was changed back to FM 60 on November 15, 2018.[132]

Junction list
CountyLocationmikmDestinationsNotes
Burleson0.000.00 SH 21 – Bastrop, CaldwellWestern terminus
Deanville FM 111
FM 976 east – Frenstat
PR 57 south – Lake Somerville
RE 4 east – Lake Somerville
Lyons SH 36 north – CaldwellWest end of SH 36 overlap
SH 36 south – SomervilleEast end of SH 36 overlap
FM 3058 west – Caldwell
FM 2039 north
Snook FM 2155 south
FM 50 – Brenham
BrazosCollege Station SH 47 north – Texas A&M University System RELLIS CampusPartial interchange; no eastbound exit
Turkey Creek Road – Easterwood AirportInterchange
FM 2818 (Harvey Mitchell Parkway) – Texas A&M UniversityDiverging diamond interchange
FM 2154 (Welborn Road) – Texas A&M UniversityInterchange
SH 308 north (College Avenue)

Bus. SH 6 (Texas Avenue) – Bryan, Navasota
SH 6 (Earl Rudder Freeway) – Waco, Houston
FM 158 (Boonville Road) – Bryan, HuntsvilleEastern terminus; road continues as University Drive
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 61

Farm to Market Road 61
LocationYoung County
Length11.749 mi[133] (18.908 km)
ExistedJune 23, 1942[133]–present

Farm to Market Road 61 runs from US 380 just south of Newcastle southeastward through Fort Belknap to State Highway 67 (SH 67) in Graham.

FM 61 was designated on June 23, 1942 from SH 24 (now US 380) in Graham, northward to Loving. On June 18, 1945, it was extended north to the Archer County Line. Seven days later, it was extended north to US 281. On November 21, 1956, FM 61 was extended west 4.5 miles from SH 24. On November 24, 1959, it extended west to SH 251 in Fort Belknap. On January 31, 1969, the section of FM 61 from US 380 in Graham northward to US 281 was transferred to SH 16. On May 6, 1974, one section in Graham was transferred to relocated SH 67. On February 23, 1993, it was extended north to US 380 south of Newcastle, replacing a section of SH 251 and completing its current route.

FM 62

Farm to Market Road 62
LocationPolk County
Length9.738 mi[134] (15.672 km)
ExistedJune 23, 1942[134]–present

Farm to Market Road 62 (or FM 62) is located in Polk County. It runs from US 59 in Camden to US 287.

FM 62 was designated on June 23, 1942, from US 59 to Camden. On May 23, 1951, it was extended to Hortense. Later, the road from Camden to Hortense was redesignated as FM 646 (FM 646 was short-lived, as it became part of FM 942 on January 14, 1952), truncating FM 62 back to its previous terminus at Camden. On May 2, 1962, FM 62 extended east to US 287.

FM 63

Farm to Market Road 63
LocationLive Oak and McMullen counties
Length38.2 mi[135] (61.5 km)
ExistedJune 23, 1942–December 15, 1960[135]

Farm to Market Road 63 is a retired farm-to-market road designation. At its greatest length, the highway stretched for approximately 38.2 miles (61.5 km) across Live Oak and McMullen counties.

FM 63 was formed from a section of SH 72 on June 23, 1942, beginning at Three Rivers and ending near Calliham. On July 9, 1945, it was extended to Tilden. On May 22, 1947, it was extended to Fowlerton. FM 63 was cancelled on December 15, 1960 and transferred back to SH 72.[135]

FM 64

Farm to Market Road 64
LocationFannin and Delta counties
Length18.313 mi[136] (29.472 km)
ExistedJune 23, 1942[136]–present

Farm to Market Road 64 is a 18.3-mile (29.5 km) road, located in Fannin and Delta counties, that begins at SH 34 in Ladonia and passes through Pecan Gap and Antioch before ending at Bus. SH 24 in Cooper. The road also has major intersections with SH 24 in Cooper and several other Farm to Market Roads. FM 64 was designated in 1942, replacing SH 247.

FM 64 begins at SH 34 on the northern edge of Ladonia in Fannin County. The road proceeds to the east away from town and is joined from the north by FM 904 before the combined route enters Pecan Gap and Delta County. On the west side of Pecan Gap, FM 904 separates turning to the south. On the east side of town at the intersection with FM 128, FM 64 turns to the south and continues away from town.[137]

At the intersection with FM 1532, FM 64 turns to the east. The road intersects FM 1528 from the south, then FM 3388 and FM 1530 to the north before entering Cooper from the northwest. The road then intersects SH 24 which bypasses central Cooper on the northwest, and ends at the state highway's business route through town.[138]

The road encounters terrain of gentle relief for its entire length.[139]

FM 64 was designated as State Highway 247 between 1936[140] and 1939 replacing part of SH 154.[141] The highway was described until June 23, 1942 as a route from Ladonia through Cooper to a point on SH 154 near the South Sulphur River.[141] That year, SH 247 was removed from the highway system, and FM 64 was created over the former SH 247 from a point approximately 4.5 miles (7.2 km) west of Cooper to SH 154.[136] The road was extended westward to FM 128 at Pecan Gap On February 28, 1945,[136] and on February 21, 1946, the section from 4.5 miles west of Cooper to Pecan Gap was designated as a state highway to be marked for information and guidance of the traveling public as a Farm to Market Road. On November 23, 1948, the portion of the current road between SH 34 in Ladonia and Pecan Gap was added to FM 128 as an extension.[142] The portion of FM 128 between Ladonia and Pecan Gap was reassigned as an extension to FM 64 on February 26, 1949.[136][142] This extended FM 64 along the entire length of the former SH 247.[136][141] On May 18, 1953, the section from 4.5 miles west of Cooper to Pecan Gap was no longer designated as a state highway.

SH 154 north of Sulphur Springs was reassigned as part of SH 19 on August 24, 1960,[143][144] but was extended over SH 19 and FM 64 to SH 24 in Cooper on August 28 of the following year[144] terminating FM 64 at SH 24.[136] In 1968, SH 24 in Cooper was relocated over its present bypass, and its original route through town where FM 64 ends was signed as its business route.[145] From 1971 to 2003, SH 34 where FM 64 begins was also part of SH 50.[146]

FM 65

Farm to Market Road 65
LocationZavala and Dimmit counties
Length13.368 mi[147] (21.514 km)
ExistedJune 23, 1942[147]–present

Farm to Market Road 65 is located in Zavala and Dimmit counties. It runs from US 83 south of Crystal City to I-35.

FM 65 was designated on June 23, 1942, from US 83 south of Crystal City to SH 85 west of Big Wells. On September 14, 1944, FM 65 was modified to end at US 83 north of Crystal City. On February 25, 2010, FM 65 was extended concurrent with SH 85 to I-35.

FM 66

Farm to Market Road 66
LocationEllis and Hill counties
Length32.799 mi[148] (52.785 km)
ExistedJune 23, 1942[148]–present

Farm to Market Road 66 is located in Ellis and Hill counties. It runs from Mayfield to Waxahachie.

FM 66 was designated on June 23, 1942 from Itasca to Files Valley. This was designated as SH 325 from December 7, 1939, to February 20, 1940. On August 2, 1943 the road was extended to Maypearl. On August 23 of that year, the road was extended to Waxahachie, replacing FM 74. The final change was on June 18, 1945 when the road was extended to Mayfield.

Junction list
CountyLocationmi[149]kmDestinationsNotes
Hill0.00.0 SH 171 – Cleburne, Hillsboro
2.64.2 FM 3147 east
Itasca6.510.5 FM 934 westWest end of FM 934 overlap
6.610.6 SH 81 – Grandview, Hillsboro
6.911.1 FM 934 eastEast end of FM 934 overlap
7.211.6 FM 67 north – Covington
7.712.4 I-35W – Fort Worth, WacoI-35W exit 8
Ellis18.129.1 FM 308 south – Milford
21.534.6 FM 916 west – Grandview
Maypearl22.335.9 FM 157 north – Venus, Mansfield
Waxahachie31.951.3 I-35E – Dallas, WacoI-35E exit 399A
32.852.8 US 77 – Dallas, Hillsboro
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 67

Farm to Market Road 67
LocationHill County
Length23.943 mi[150] (38.533 km)
ExistedJune 23, 1942[150]–present

Farm to Market Road 67 is located in Hill County. It runs from FM 933 in Blum to FM 66 at Elm Street in Itasca.

FM 67 was designated on June 23, 1942, from SH 171 at Covington to Blum. On March 26, 1953, FM 67 extended east 0.2 mile to new location SH 171. On October 27, 1956, FM 67 was extended north to SH 174, replacing Spur 248. On October 31, 1958, FM 67 extended to FM 66 in Itasca, replacing FM 712. On July 21, 1961, the section north of FM 933 was transferred to FM 933. On March 26, 1991, the section of FM 67 along Files Street and Wilkerson Street was given to the city of Itasca.

FM 68

Farm to Market Road 68
LocationFannin County
Length9.042 mi[151] (14.552 km)
ExistedAugust 1, 1942–present

Farm to Market Road 68 lies within Fannin County. The road was designated on August 1, 1942 from a point on SH 78 north of Bailey through Gomer to a point on SH 34 at or near Whatley School as a replacement for SH 337.

FM 69

Farm to Market Road 69
LocationHopkins and Wood counties
Length43.826 mi[152] (70.531 km)
ExistedSeptember 22, 1942[152]–present

Farm to Market Road 69 is located in Hopkins and Wood counties. It runs from 2 miles north of FM 71 south to SH 37.

FM 69 was designated on September 22, 1942, from SH 37 south of Winnsboro west to Coke. On June 11, 1945, FM 69 extended south back to SH 37. On November 21, 1956, FM 69 extended east to SH 11. On December 21, 1959, the section of FM 69 east of what was then part of FM 1483 became part of FM 515 (along with part of FM 1483), and FM 69 was rerouted north to two miles north of FM 71, replacing FM 2476 and part of FM 270 (the section of FM 270 east and north of FM 2476 became part of FM 269).

FM 70

Farm to Market Road 70
LocationJim Wells and Nueces counties
Length61.227 mi[153] (98.535 km)
ExistedMay 23, 1951[153]–present

Farm to Market Road 70 is located in Jim Wells and Nueces counties. It runs from US 59 to SH 286 in Chapman Ranch.

FM 70 was designated on May 23, 1951, from SH 286 in Chapman Ranch to SH 44 in Agua Dulce. On November 20, 1951, FM 70 extended north to the Nueces-Jim Wells county line. On December 18, 1951, FM 70 extended northwest to US 59, replacing FM 739.

FM 70 (1942)

Farm to Market Road 70
LocationNolan County
ExistedSeptember 22, 1942[153]–June 22, 1944

The original FM 70 was designated on September 22, 1942 from Crews via Winters to Wingate. FM 70 was cancelled on June 22, 1944 and became a portion of FM 53 (now SH 153).

FM 71

Farm to Market Road 71
LocationHunt, Delta, Hopkins, Franklin, Titus, and Morris counties
Length72.307 mi[154] (116.367 km)
ExistedSeptember 22, 1942[154]–present

Farm to Market Road 71 is located in Hunt, Delta, Hopkins, Franklin, Titus, and Morris counties. It runs from SH 11 in Commerce to US 259. FM 71 was designated on November 24, 1942, from SH 154 (now SH 19) east to Sulphur Bluff. On June 11, 1945, FM 71 extended east via Hagansport and Talco to Wilkinson. On November 23, 1948, FM 71 extended west to Emblem with a spur connection to Peerless added, replacing FM 276 (which went from SH 154 to Peerless). On May 23, 1951, FM 71 extended south to SH 11 at Ridgeway. On October 13, 1954, FM 71 extended east to the Titus-Morris county line. On August 24, 1955, FM 71 extended east to SH 26 (now US 259). On October 31, 1958, FM 71 extended south from SH 11 to US 67 at Brashear. On September 27, 1960, the section south of Emblem was renumbered FM 2653, and FM 71 was rerouted west on a new alignment to FM 1531, and replaced a section of FM 1531 west to SH 11 in Commerce (later Loop 216, later Business SH 24-B, now Business SH 224-B).

FM 72

Farm to Market Road 72
LocationIrion County
Length1.19 mi[155] (1.92 km)
ExistedFebruary 12, 1943[155]–present

Farm to Market Road 72 runs from a point 1.8 miles north of Mertzon, runs east and ends at Sherwood. It was designated on February 12, 1943 on its current route.

FM 73

Farm to Market Road 73
LocationLimestone County
Length14.348 mi[156] (23.091 km)
ExistedFebruary 12, 1943[156]

Farm to Market Road 73 is located in Limestone County. It runs from 3.1 miles northeast of SH 171 to US 84.

FM 73 was designated on February 12, 1943, from US 84 west of Prairie Hill to SH 171 in Coolidge. On May 5, 1966, FM 73 extended northeast 3.1 miles. On October 3, 1966, FM 73 had a slight rerouting because of the relocation of SH 171 in Coolidge.

FM 74

Farm to Market Road 74
LocationCass County
Length5.007 mi[157] (8.058 km)
ExistedMay 23, 1951[157]–present

Farm to Market Road 74 lies within Cass County. It was designated on May 23, 1951 from Loop 236 at Queen City east to FM 251, and from another point on FM 251 to FM 249 in Bloomburg.

FM 74 (1943)

Farm to Market Road 74
LocationHill County
ExistedMarch 8, 1943[157]–August 23, 1943

The original FM 74 was designated on March 8, 1943 from Waxahachie to Maypearl. The road was cancelled on August 23, 1943 and became part of FM 66.

FM 75

Farm to Market Road 75
LocationCollin County
Length3.05 mi[158] (4.91 km)
ExistedApril 15, 1943[158]–present

Farm to Market Road 75 lies within Collin County. The road begins at Monte Carlo Road in Princeton and runs north to FM 1827.

FM 75 was formed on April 15, 1943 from SH 24 (now US 380) along the former route of SH 145 to an intersection with former SH 24 as a replacement for State Spur 73. On November 24, 1959 the road was extended to FM 1827. On November 15, 1977, the southern terminus was redesignated as US 380. On February 28, 2019, the section of FM 75 from Monte Carlo Road to US 380 via Longneck Road, College Avenue, 2nd Street, McKinney Avenue, 3rd Street, Main Street, and 4th Street was given to the city of Princeton.[159]

FM 76

Farm to Market Road 76
LocationEl Paso County
Length29.417 mi[160] (47.342 km)
ExistedApril 14, 1943[160]–present

Farm to Market Road 76 lies within El Paso County. The road begins at TX 20 in the Ascarate district of El Paso and heads southeastward to Clint, passing Loop 375 in the process. The highway then intersects with FM 1281, and remains parallel to I-10. Once it reaches Fabens, the highway turns southwest and then southeast and ends at FM 3380 (former FM 1109) near the Mexican border. Originally, the road went from US 80 in Ascarate to a point near Ysleta. The highway was expanded on May 18, 1944 from Ysleta to Clint, and then again on July 9, 1945 from Clint to Fabens. On December 16, 1948, the road was expanded to a junction of FM 1109. On April 2, 1969, the highway was slightly modified due to the portion of US 80 being modified into TX 20. On June 27, 1995, the section of the highway from FM 1110 to SH 20 became an urban road. On November 15, 2018, this section was changed back to FM 76.[161]

Junction list

The entire route is in El Paso County.

LocationmikmDestinationsNotes
El Paso SH 20 (Alameda Avenue)
FM 659 north (Zaragoza Road)
Loop 375 (Americas Avenue)Loop 375 exit 45
Socorro FM 1281 (Horizon Boulevard)
Clint FM 1110 west – Clint
Fabens FM 793 east to I-10West end of FM 793 overlap
SH 20 – Socorro, TornilloEast end of FM 793 overlap
FM 3380 (M.F. Aguilera Road) – US–Mexico border
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 77

Farm to Market Road 77
LocationGonzales County
Length8.454 mi[162] (13.605 km)
ExistedJuly 14, 1943[162]–present

Farm to Market Road 77 lies within Gonzales County. The road begins at US 87 east of Nixon, then runs northeast to Schoolland and then southeast to FM 108.

FM 77 was designated on July 14, 1943 from US 87 east of Nixon northeast to Schoolland. On July 14, 1949, the road was extended to FM 108.

FM 78

Farm to Market Road 78
LocationBexar and Guadalupe counties
Length30.205 mi[163] (48.610 km)
ExistedAugust 3, 1943[163]–present

Farm to Market Road 78 is a 30.205 mi (48.610 km) farm-to-market road connecting San Antonio and Seguin. The western terminus of FM 78 is in Bexar County, near Fort Sam Houston. The eastern terminus is in Seguin. FM 78 provides a connection (in conjunction with I-35) between central San Antonio and Randolph Air Force Base. It also provides an alternate route (versus I-10 and Loop 1604) between Seguin and portions of the northeastern San Antonio metropolitan area. Between San Antonio and Cibolo, FM 78 is a four-lane road, dropping to a two-lane road until McQueeney, before becoming a four-lane divided route to I-10/SH 46.

FM 78 was designated on August 3, 1943.[163]

FM 79

Farm to Market Road 79
LocationFannin and Lamar counties
Length26.925 mi[164] (43.332 km)
ExistedAugust 3, 1943[164]–present

Farm to Market Road 79 is a farm-to-market road in Fannin and Lamar counties. It runs from FM 100 to US 82.

FM 79 was designated on August 3, 1943 from US 82 northwest to Unity. On August 25, 1949, FM 79 extended 8 miles to the Fannin County Line. On December 18, 1951, FM 79 extended to FM 100, completing its current route.

FM 80

Farm to Market Road 80
LocationFreestone and Limestone counties
Length33.427 mi[165] (53.796 km)
ExistedAugust 3, 1943[165]–present

Farm to Market Road 80 is located in Freestone and Limestone counties. It runs from 3 miles south of Donie to SH 5 in Streetman.

FM 80 was designated on August 3, 1943, from US 84 (later Loop 255, now Business US 84) in Teague to SH 164 in Donie. On June 11, 1945, FM 80 extended north to Kirvin. On July 15, 1948, Spur 156, connection FM 80 to the Woodland Memorial Cemetery became part of FM 80, and the old route became a spur connection. On July 21, 1949, FM 80 extended south 3 miles from Donie. The spur became part of FM 1449. On July 25, 1950, FM 80 extended south to FM 39. On November 16, 1956, the section from Kirvin to the Woodland Memorial Cemetery became part of new FM 1449, while old FM 1449 from Kirvin to US 75 (now SH 75) in Streetman became part of FM 80.

FM 81

Farm to Market Road 81
LocationKarnes and Goliad counties
Length38.099 mi[166] (61.314 km)
ExistedAugust 23, 1943[166]–present

Farm to Market Road 81 is located in Karnes and Goliad counties. It runs from FM 114 north, east, and south to SH 239 at Charco.

FM 81 was designated on August 23, 1943, from SH 239 at Charco to SH 72 at Runge. On July 9, 1945, FM 81 extended to SH 80 at Helena. On January 6, 1950, FM 81 extended to 5 miles south of Hobson at what would later be FM 1144, replacing FM 886 and FM 744.

FM 82

Farm to Market Road 82
LocationNewton and Jasper counties
Length10.328 mi[167] (16.621 km)
ExistedMay 23, 1951[167]–present

Farm to Market Road 82 is located in Newton and Jasper counties. It runs from FM 1004 west of US 87 to 4.5 miles west of US 96.

FM 82 was designated on May 23, 1951, from FM 1004 near SH 87 northwest 4 miles to a road intersection. On November 20, 1951, FM 82 extended west to US 96. On June 1, 1965, FM 82 extended west 4.5 miles to its current end.

FM 82 (1943)

Farm to Market Road 82
LocationDenton County
ExistedSeptember 6, 1943–December 16, 1943

The original FM 82 was designated on September 6, 1943 from Bonham via Randolph to Trenton. The section from Randolph to Bonham was formerly SH 263. This designation was short-lived, as FM 82 became a portion of SH 121 just three months later.

FM 83

Farm to Market Road 83
LocationSan Augustine and Sabine counties
Length36.622 mi[168] (58.937 km)
ExistedSeptember 7, 1943[168]–present

Farm to Market Road 83 is located in San Augustine and Sabine counties. It connects SH 147 to Lows Creek Marina west of the Louisiana border.

FM 83 was designated on September 7, 1943 from Hemphill to East Mayfield. On June 11, 1945, it extended west to US 96 near Pineland. On May 3, 1961, FM 83 extended west to SH 147 and east to a road intersection, replacing FM 2379 and FM 1965. On July 1, 1964, FM 83 was rerouted to use Flag Pole Road instead of Maple Street from US 96 to FM 1. On June 2, 1967, FM 83 extended east 2.5 miles. On September 26, 1979, FM 83 extended east 0.1 mile to Lows Creek Marina.

FM 84

Farm to Market Road 84
LocationGrayson County
Length8.861 mi[169] (14.260 km)
ExistedOctober 6, 1943[169]–present

Farm to Market Road 84 connects US 75 to Lake Texoma. The 8.861-mile (14.260 km) route lies entirely within Grayson County.

FM 84 was designated on October 6, 1943, replacing a portion of SH 91. On June 27, 1995, it was redesignated as UR 84. The designation was changed back to FM 84 on November 15, 2018.[170]

Junction list

The entire route is in Grayson County.

Locationmi[171]kmDestinationsNotes
0.00.0Texoma Drive
Denison3.65.8 FM 406 west
5.69.0 US 75 – Durant, ShermanUS 75 exit 70
7.411.9 SH 91 – Denison Dam, Denison
8.914.3 US 69 – Durant, Denison
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 85

Farm to Market Road 85
LocationEllis, Navarro, and Henderson counties
Length24.587 mi[172] (39.569 km)
ExistedOctober 6, 1943[172]–present

Farm to Market Road 85 is located in Ellis, Navarro, and Henderson counties. It runs from I-45 and US 287 in Ennis to SH 274.

FM 85 was designated on October 6, 1943 from Mabank to SH 274. On June 28, 1945 a section from SH 198 to Prairieville was added, creating a gap. On July 14, 1949 a section from FM 47 to Prairieville and a second section from SH 274 to west of Aley were added. On November 20, 1951 the road was extended to the Kaufman/Henderson County line. On October 31, 1957 the road was extended to FM 988 at Lively. On October 30, 1961, the road was rerouted to run from US 75 (now I-45) to US 175: the section of FM 85 from FM 47 south to SH 198 was transferred to FM 90, the section of FM 85 from US 175 at Mabank south to then-FM 1250 was also transferred to FM 90, the section from then-FM 1129 north to FM 988 was transferred to FM 2613, FM 662 was combined, section of FM 1129 from then-FM 662 to then-FM 85 was transferred to FM 85, and FM 1250 was combined. On January 1, 1978 the section from I-45 south of Ennis northeast 0.3 miles was redesignated FM 3413, while FM 85 was rerouted over the old route of FM 3413. On December 14, 1989 the section from SH 274 to US 175 was transferred to SH 334, bringing the highway to its final length.

FM 86

Farm to Market Road 86
LocationCaldwell and Bastrop counties
Length20.702 mi[173] (33.317 km)
ExistedAugust 24, 1943–present

Farm to Market Road 86 is a farm to market road in Caldwell and Bastrop counties, Texas.[173]

FM 86 begins at the intersection of US 183 and FM 2984 in northern Luling.[174] The route travels primarily to the northeast through unincorporated Caldwell County. It ends just north of the Bastrop County line, at an intersection with FM 20 near Red Rock, in the community of Bateman.[173][175]

FM 86 was designated on August 24, 1943, replacing the entirety of State Highway 311. At the time SH 311 was designated, the section of FM 20 north of Lockhart was part of Texas State Highway 21.[173][176]

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FM 87

Farm to Market Road 87
LocationFannin County
Length2.375 mi[177] (3.822 km)
ExistedMarch 24, 1993[177]–present

Farm to Market Road 87 is located in Fannin County. It runs from US 82 near Bonham to SH 56.

FM 87 was designated on March 24, 1993 from US 82 west of Bonham north 1.2 miles to a county road intersection. On August 25, 1994 the road was extended north to a prison facility and a second proposed prison facility (the TDC Choice Moore Unit and Buster Cole State Jail). On June 26, 2008 the road was extended north to US 82.

RM 87

Ranch to Market Road 87
LocationAndrews, Martin and Howard counties
ExistedOctober 6, 1943–August 29, 1990

RM 87 (or Ranch to Market Road 87) was designated on October 6, 1943 from Andrews west 16 miles. On July 16, 1945 the road was extended east from Andrews to the Martin County line. The same day the road was extended east to SH 137 near Lenorah, and also on the same day the road was extended east to the Howard County line. On August 22, 1945 the road was extended west to the Texas/New Mexico state line. On January 22, 1947 the road was extended east to Big Spring. Parts were SH 262 before 1939. On September 23, 1953, RM 87 was signed (but not designated) as SH 176. RM 87 was cancelled on August 29, 1990 as the SH 176 designation became official.

FM 88

Farm to Market Road 88
LocationWillacy and Hidalgo counties
Length28.256 mi[178] (45.474 km)
ExistedNovember 15, 1943–present

Farm to Market Road 88 is located in Willacy and Hidalgo counties. It runs from SH 186 south to US 281 west of Progresso.

FM 88 was designated on November 15, 1943, from SH 186 south to SH 107 in Elsa. On May 18, 1944, FM 88 extended south via Weslaco (where it intersects US 83) to US 281 in Progresso. On September 22, 1953, FM 88 extended south to the Rio Grande, replacing FM 2067. On October 24, 1963, the section of FM 88 south of US 281 was transferred to FM 1015. On June 27, 1995, the section from US 83 to US 281 was redesignated internally as UR 88. On November 15, 2018, this section was changed back to FM 88.[179]

FM 89

Farm to Market Road 89
LocationTaylor County
Length32.198 mi[180] (51.818 km)
ExistedDecember 16, 1943–present

Farm to Market Road 89 starts at FM 126 near Nolan and continues east to US 83 and US 84 in Abilene.

FM 89 starts just east of the NolanTaylor county line. The highway straddles the Callahan Divide, surrounded by wind turbines. At Abilene State Park, the terrain becomes flatter, as the road comes into Buffalo Gap. When coming into Buffalo Gap, FM 89 winds through town then continues northward toward Abilene. Upon entering the Wylie portion of Abilene, FM 89 becomes locally known as Buffalo Gap Road, and continues with this designation past the Mall of Abilene to the Winters Freeway, where FM 89 ends. Buffalo Gap Road continues northward.

FM 89 was designated on December 16, 1943 from US 83/84 to Lake Abilene State Park. On November 10, 1947, the section from Abilene to Buffalo Gap was transferred to FM 613. On June 17, 1965, FM 89 regained its lost section, replacing a section of FM 613. On May 5, 1966, FM 89 extended west 3.3 miles. On June 2, 1967, it extended northwestward 2 miles. On July 11, 1968, it was extended west to FM 126 replacing FM 2928 from US 277 to FM 126. On June 27, 1995, the section from FM 707 to US 83/US 84 was transferred to UR 89. This section became part of FM 89 again on November 15, 2018.[181]

Junction list

The entire route is in Taylor County.

Locationmi[182]kmDestinationsNotes
0.00.0 FM 126 – Nolan, Merkel
10.717.2 US 277 – Abilene, San Angelo
18.129.1 PR 32 – Abilene State Park
Buffalo Gap22.135.6 FM 613 south – Tuscola
23.437.7 FM 1235 north – Merkel
Abilene28.445.7 FM 707 (Beltway South) – Tye
32.251.8 US 83 / US 84 (Clack Street, Danville Drive) / Industrial Boulevard
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

FM 90

Farm to Market Road 90
LocationKaufman and Van Zandt counties
Length13.209 mi[183] (21.258 km)
ExistedMarch 30, 1944[183]–present

Farm to Market Road 90 is a 13.209 miles (21.258 km) long farm to market road located in Kaufman and Van Zandt counties.

The road begins at an intersection with SH 198 in Mabank, and heads north towards Prairieville. North of there, the road turns northeast to its northern terminus, an intersection with FM 47/FM 3227 near Whitton.[184]

FM 90 was formed on March 30, 1944 from SH 31 in Malakoff to Cross Roads. On October 30, 1961, FM 90 replaced a section of FM 316 from SH 31 to its current southern terminus. FM 90 also replaced FM 1617 from FM 316 to FM 85 (now SH 334). It also replaced a section of FM 85 from FM 47 to what was then FM 1617. On May 19, 1983, the section from Mabank to Malakoff was transferred to SH 198 and the section from Cross Roads to Malakoff was renumbered as FM 3441.

FM 91

Farm to Market Road 91
LocationHardeman and Wilbarger counties
Length26.131 mi[185] (42.054 km)
ExistedFebruary 11, 1944[185]–present

Farm to Market Road 91 is located in Hardeman and Wilbarger counties. It runs from FM 1167 near Medicine Mound to US 283.

FM 91 was designated on February 11, 1944, from US 287 in Chilicothe via Odell to US 283. On July 15, 1949, the highway extended south 6 miles with a spur connection west 1 mile added. On October 26, 1954, FM 91 was rerouted over the spur connection and was extended to FM 1167 at Medicine Mound, while the old route south was renumbered FM 392. On April 29, 1959, a spur connection in Medicine Mound was added.

FM 92

Farm to Market Road 92
LocationTyler and Hardin counties
Length38.946 mi[186] (62.678 km)
ExistedFebruary 11, 1944[186]–present

Farm to Market Road 92 is located in Tyler and Hardin counties. It runs from US 96 at Silsbee to 2.2 miles north of US 190.

FM 92 was designated on February 11, 1944, from US 96 (this section became Loop 498 on November 30, 1978, and it is now Business US 96-F) in Silsbee northward to US 190. On May 7, 1970, FM 92 extended north 2.2 miles from US 190. On August 28, 1991, FM 92 extended north to RE 255, completing its current route. However, this extension is not yet constructed

FM 93

Farm to Market Road 93
LocationBell County
Length15.921 mi[187][nb 6] (25.622 km)
ExistedJuly 2, 1967[187]–present

Farm to Market Road 93 is located in Bell County. It runs from FM 439 to US 190 at Heidenheimer.

FM 93 was designated on July 2, 1967 from FM 817 east to IH 35. On January 31, 1974 the road was extended east to US 190 at Heidenheimer and west to FM 439, replacing all of FM 2748 west of SH 317, a section of FM 817, a section of FM 1741 (new road built; old road is now Taylors Valley Road), and all of FM 2618, but signing of FM 2618 as FM 93 did not start until the construction of FM 2618 was completed. On June 27, 1995 the FM 439-FM 1741 section was transferred to UR 93.[188] On November 15, 2018, the section from FM 439 to FM 1741 was changed back to FM 93.[189]

Junction list

The entire route is in Bell County.

Locationmi[190]kmDestinationsNotes
0.00.0 FM 439 – Killeen
Belton5.08.0 Loop 121
6.09.7 SH 317 south (Main Street)South end of SH 317 overlap
6.310.1 SH 317 north (North Main Street) – UMHBNorth end of SH 317 overlap
7.311.7 I-35 / US 190 (Future I-14) – Waco, AustinI-35 exit 294B
Temple10.917.5 FM 1741 north (31st Street)
14.523.3 SH 95 – Temple, HollandInterchange
15.725.3 US 190 (Future I-14) / SH 36 – Temple, CameronInterchange
16.226.1
Bus. US 190
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

RM 93 (1944)

Ranch to Market Road 93
LocationCentral Texas
ExistedFebruary 11, 1944–September 1, 1965

RM 93 was designated on February 11, 1944 from US 290 at or near Austin to US 281 south of Marble Falls. On September 28, 1949 RM 93 extended northwest to SH 16. RM 93 was cancelled on September 1, 1965 and transferred to SH 71.

FM 94

Farm to Market Road 94
LocationTexas Panhandle
Length50.849 mi[191] (81.834 km)
ExistedFebruary 11, 1944[191]–present

Farm to Market Road 94 is located in the Texas Panhandle. It runs from US 62/US 83 south of Childress to SH 70 in Matador with a spur connection to US 62/US 70 in Matador.

FM 94 was designated on February 11, 1944 from Childress west to Tell.[192] On March 18, 1947 a section of War Highway 16 (which was already part of FM 94) from US 83 west 1.75 miles was added to FM 94, and FM 94 was extended to US 287 in Childress, replacing Loop 146. On November 20, 1951 the road was extended 17.8 miles south to Northfield. On October 28, 1953 the road was extended southwest 6.5 miles, and another 9.5 miles southwest on December 1, 1954. On November 21, 1956 the road was extended southwest 11.5 miles to US 70 in Matador. On December 14, 1959, the section of FM 94 north of FM 2042 was transferred to FM 2042, and FM 94 was rerouted over the old route of FM 2042. One section of FM 2042 was transferred to FM 164 on September 5, 1973, and another section north to FM 164 was transferred to FM 3468 on August 4, 1988. On January 2, 1962 a spur connection to SH 70 in Matador was added. On September 24, 2007, by district request, FM 94 was routed over FM Spur 94 to SH 70 while FM Spur 94 was rerouted over the former route of FM 94 to US 62/US 70. On October 25, 2012 the road was realigned on a new route west of FM 2042; the former route was turned over to Childress County.

FM 95

Farm to Market Road 95
LocationRusk and Nacogdoches counties
Length52.562 mi[193] (84.590 km)
ExistedMay 18, 1944[193]–present

Farm to Market Road 95 is located in Rusk and Nacogdoches counties. It runs from FM 1798 in Minden south to SH 103.

FM 95 was designated on May 18, 1944, from US 59 in Garrison to the Nacogdoches-Rusk county line. On May 7, 1948, FM 95 extended northwest to SH 26 (now US 259) west of Minden. On November 20, 1951, FM 95 extended northwest to FM 839, replacing FM 1716. On January 27, 1953, the section west of FM 1798 was transferred to FM 1798. On June 18, 1964, FM 95 extended south to SH 103, replacing FM 1274. Part of FM 1274 was originally numbered FM 1863.

FM 96

Farm to Market Road 96
LocationCass County
Length11.834 mi[194] (19.045 km)
ExistedMay 23, 1951[194]–present

Farm to Market Road 96 is located in Cass County. It runs from SH 77 north and southeast to US 59.

FM 96 was designated on May 23, 1951, from SH 77 northward 3.3 miles to Antioch. On January 23, 1953, FM 96 extended north and southeast to US 59.

FM 96 (1944)

Farm to Market Road 96
LocationEastland County
ExistedApril 19, 1944–May 17, 1948

The original FM 96 was designated on April 19, 1944 from Gorman to Desdemona in Eastland County. FM 96 was cancelled on May 17, 1948 and became a portion of FM 8.

FM 97

Farm to Market Road 97
LocationFloyd and Motley counties
Length35.623 mi[195] (57.330 km)
ExistedMay 18, 1944[195]–present

Farm to Market Road 97 is located in Floyd and Motley Counties. It runs from SH 70 west to US 70 in Lockney.

FM 97 was designated on May 18, 1944, from SH 18 (now SH 70) westward to Flomot. On June 11, 1945, FM 97 extended west to the Motley-Floyd County Line. On October 28, 1953, FM 97 extended west to SH 207, replacing FM 785. On March 24, 1958, FM 97 extended west and south to Loop 75 in Lockney, replacing FM 135 (although it remained signed as FM 135 until the 1959 travel map was released). Later, FM 97 was rerouted west to US 70, with the old route to Loop 75 being redesignated as a spur connection. On January 20, 1964, the spur connection to Lockney was cancelled.

FM 98

Farm to Market Road 98
LocationFoard and Wilbarger counties
Length20.374 mi[196] (32.789 km)
ExistedMay 18, 1944[196]–present

Farm to Market Road 98 is located in Foard and Wilbarger Counties. It runs from SH 6 near Crowell northeast to US 70

FM 98 was designated on May 18, 1944, from US 70 in Crowell northeast to Margaret. On October 28, 1953, FM 98 extended east 4 miles from Margaret. On September 21, 1955, FM 98 extended east to US 70, replacing FM 2183. On September 29, 1977, FM 98 extended south and west to SH 6.

FM 99

Farm to Market Road 99
LocationKarnes, Atascosa, Live Oak, and McMullen counties
Length53.902 mi[197] (86.747 km)
ExistedApril 19, 1944[197]–present

Farm to Market Road 99 is located in Karnes, Atascosa, Live Oak, and McMullen counties. It runs from FM 1144 in Karnes City to a road intersection 4 miles south of SH 72.

FM 99 was designated on April 19, 1944, from Karnes City to the Karnes-Atascosa county line. On May 15, 1946, FM 99 extended west to Fashing. On October 23, 1948, another section from US 281 (now Business US 281) at Whitsett north to the Live Oak-Atascosa County Line was added, creating a gap. On September 19, 1951, the sections were connected, closing the gap. On October 28, 1953, FM 99 extended southwest to the Live Oak-McMullen County Line. On October 13, 1954, FM 99 extended south to FM 63 (which became part of SH 72 on December 15, 1960) in Calliham, replacing FM 2153. On March 27, 1981, a section of FM 99 was closed as it would be inundated by Choke Canyon Reservoir, so FM 99 was rerouted on a new alignment west and extended south to a road intersection 4 miles south of SH 72, replacing FM 1106. SH 72 was also rerouted around the reservoir.

Notes

  1. ^ The certified length given is shorter than the actual mileage, as the Texas Department of Transportation description of FM 9 considers it to be discontinuous at rather than concurrent with US 80 in Waskom.
  2. ^ The certified length given is shorter than the actual mileage, as the Texas Department of Transportation description of FM 16 considers it to be discontinuous at rather than concurrent with SH 110 in Van.
  3. ^ The certified length given is shorter than the actual mileage, as the Texas Department of Transportation description of FM 36 considers it to be discontinuous at rather than concurrent with SH 66 and US 380.
  4. ^ The certified length given is shorter than the actual mileage, as the Texas Department of Transportation description of FM 40 considers it to be discontinuous at rather than concurrent with SH 207.
  5. ^ RM 43 was originally designated as FM 43 from 1942 to 1945.
  6. ^ The certified length given is shorter than the actual mileage, as the Texas Department of Transportation description of FM 93 considers it to be discontinuous at rather than concurrent with SH 317.

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