Agriculture
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The 2024 Gray County Jr. Livestock show and sale are set for this upcoming week on January 11th and 13th located at 301 Bull Barn Dr. (behind the Rodeo arena). Both events are free for the public to … more
The 45th Annual National Golden Spur Award Honors, celebrating the spirit of the American rancher and the enduring tradition of ranching, is set to take place on November 3, 2023, at the Buddy Holly … more
AMARILLO, TX – Everyone’s favorite time of year is finally here as Maxwell’s Pumpkin Farm opens   this weekend for its 16th Annual Fall Festival! “We are so excited … more
The Southern United States has faced a challenging summer with unrelenting daily temperatures of more than 100 degrees, abnormally low relative humidity, critically dry vegetative fuels ready to … more
Did you know the “grape” State of Texas has changed wine as we know it? Many grapes used across the world for wine, including those from centuries-old European vineyards, have Texas … more
TEMPLE, Texas (September 5, 2023) – A new NRCS Fundamentals of Conservation & Sustainability in Agriculture Certification, created in collaboration with USDA Natural Resources Conservation … more
Alan Henry FAIR. Water clear; 81 degrees; 4.42 feet below pool. Crappie are fair in 15-25 feet of water using minnows suspended over trees. Report by The Bait Shop, Post, Texas. Arrowhead … more
This week, a federal grand jury returned indictments charging six Cuban nationals from Houston with illegal trafficking of migratory songbirds, violating the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and the Lacey … more
A warfarin-based toxicant has been shown to be an effective option for landowners in the control of feral hog numbers and damage on their property, according to a study by the Texas A&M AgriLife … more
Producers in the Texas High Plains can hear about the latest management research on summer crops ranging from sorghum to corn to watermelons, as well as irrigation and cattle at the Summer Crops … more
Starting Sept. 1, changes to saltwater fishing regulations will take effect for the 2023-24 license year. Changes include the required use of specialized devices on reef fish exhibiting signs of … more
Texas A&M Forest Service is accepting applications for grants to help Texas landowners offset the cost of prescribed fire. More than $500,000 in grant funds are available for eligible … more
During the upcoming dove hunting season, Texans are urged to help protect the lands and natural resources that we all love by being mindful of activities that may cause a wildfire. Persistent … more
Bear Creek Farms, owned by the Frogge family in Pampa, has flourished in their last five years of business and have been a continous success as vendors at the Pampa Farmer’s Market. The … more
A lot goes into the making of a great rodeo, and in White Deer, they seem to have perfected that recipe over its 65 years. It all begins with the crew that organizes the rodeo from the start, in this … more
The Top O’ Texas Rodeo Association’s annual Kid Pony Show and Junior Rodeo will be held this Saturday, July 22, at the Top O’ Texas / B & G Electric arena. The Kid Pony … more
“The TDA is monitoring the situation in Perryton and Ochiltree County following last night’s devastating tornado.   We will do whatever we can to assist in the cleanup and recovery … more
Nature’s ability to amaze and transform is often witnessed through the forces of weather. In an extraordinary turn of events, Lake Meredith, nestled in the heart of Texas, experienced an … more
Gray County 4-H welcomes it newest Extension Agent this month, Marcus Preuninger is the new County Extension Agent that focuses on Agriculture and Natural Resources. Preuninger spent his … more
  Week of June 7, 2023 Alan Henry FAIR. Water clear; 75 degrees; 2.87 feet below pool. Creeks are muddy with floating debris and the main lake is somewhat clear. Crappie are good … more
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