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Decades of collaborative research and scientific advancements have helped Texas cotton be the economic and industrial force it is today. Texas cotton production represents a $2.4 billion … more
Persistent drought conditions and forage shortages as well as strong prices for wheat silage and wheat hay have resulted in a large percentage of Texas wheat acres either failing, being chopped or … more
Deadwood, S.Dak. - R-CALF USA hosted its 23rd Annual National Convention “Code of the West” in Deadwood, South Dakota, Aug. 18-19, 2022. At least 25 states were represented with about … more
Hopefully by the time this goes to press everyone reading this has had some decent rainfall. Before we get into crop conditions, I’d like to make everyone aware of a few Extension programs … more
Panhandle and Carson County are home to some massive grassland playas, one adjacent to the City of Panhandle, and preserving and taking advantage of these natural features will be the topic of a … more
A mental health patient can experience a crisis at any time and they often happen quickly. Gray County Extension Agent Joan Gray-Soria recently took part in a program for youth mental health first … more
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has approved LPC Conservation LLC’s habitat conservation plan (HCP) and associated incidental take permit. The HCP is designed to allow for the responsible … more
We finally started receiving some spring rains at the end of the month. We really need this rain to continue if rangeland is going to make much improvement as we head into the summer. Unfortunately, … more
Having grown up on her family’s beef cattle ranch in the small town of Pampa, Texas, fourth-year veterinary student Emily Terry is no stranger to working with livestock. Her lifelong … more
Three Pampa FFA Career Development Events (CDE - judging) teams braved the wind and a dust storm while traveling to Lubbock last Friday (22nd) to compete at the State FFA CDE Contests held at Texas … more
WHITE DEER, TX. (Feb. 8, 2022) – Panhandle Groundwater Conservation District and City of Amarillo, along with their many sponsors, would like to invite you to attend the 6th Biennial Texas … more
FORT WORTH, TEXAS, February 1, 2022 – Hope Scribner, a member of Gray County 4-H, caught a calf during the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo’s Calf Scramble February 3, earning a $500 … more
COLLEGE STATION, Texas, Jan. 26, 2022 – Agricultural producers and landowners can sign up soon for the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), a … more
The Gray County 4-H program is continuing to grow. As some of our fall projects have ended, we are now beginning to go to work on our spring projects. Livestock projects are reaching the final … more
Five Pampa FFA students traveled to Amarillo last Friday and Saturday (Nov. 19-20) to participate in the 1st Annual Amarillo by Morning Swine Expo held on the Tri-State Fairgrounds.  The … more
LUBBOCK —Between Nov. 20 and 28, Lubbock area game wardens will dedicate extra patrol hours and state resources to the mule deer hunting season. The west Texas mule deer season attracts … more
AUSTIN, Texas – Farm Credit Bank of Texas (FCBT) reported strong loan growth and credit quality in the third quarter of 2021. Net income for the first nine months of 2021 totaled $186.8 … more
Billings, Mont. – A letter seeking signatures from a wide-range of organizations supporting the recently introduced American Beef Labeling Act of 2021 (S.2716) is now being circulated among … more
CLARENDON, TX: Clarendon College’s Meats Team was named the 2021 national champions over this past weekend. Meats judging coach Tate Corliss and his team of scholars from Clarendon College … more
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