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AUSTIN — Spring has sprung. With extended sunshine and milder days, more people are enjoying the outdoors as native wildlife adds new fawns and hatchlings to their broods. Texans may start to … more
Fertilizer prices spiked over the past few years amid supply and demand issues, and that’s when Katie Lewis, Ph.D., Texas A&M AgriLife Research soil scientist in Lubbock, took on several … more
With continued drought and changing cattle markets, this year’s theme of the annual Capital Farm Credit Hemphill County Texas A&M AgriLife Beef Conference is more relevant than ever, said … more
A small county in the tallgrass country of the Texas Panhandle is having an outsize impact on ranching in the Lone Star State and across the Southwest. It is home of the Texas A&M AgriLife … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, a coalition of 131 groups representing farmers, the food system, the environment, animal welfare, and antimonopoly advocacy called on Congress to restore … more
Air flow in a room can impact the transmission of viruses like COVID-19. A Texas A&M AgriLife Research scientist is studying how heating, ventilation and air conditioning, HVAC, system … more
Whether you hate the mess barn swallows leave or enjoy being able to watch them up close, a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert encourages you to plan for these birds’ arrival now. … more
FRITCH, TX – Fire managers will start the implementation of prescribed burns at Lake Meredith National Recreation Area beginning Friday, March 24, 2023, through Monday, March 27, 2023 . The … more
There’s nothing wrong with using radio frequency identification or RFID eartags. Let me repeat that: There’s nothing wrong with using RFID eartags. Many R-CALF USA members participate in … more
The spring of 2022 was an exceptionally devastating and challenging time for Texans and firefighters during what would become one of the state’s most notable wildfire years. The extreme fire … more
Texas residents have a new pond management specialist as a go-to resource for science-based recommendations regarding private fisheries management. Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service … more
Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, PFAS, are a category of thousands of manufactured chemicals, defined by their bonds between carbon and fluorine molecules, one of the strongest known chemical … more
AMARILLO, Texas (March 8, 2023) – Planting trees and shrubs make homes and businesses more attractive and, if planned carefully, can save money on energy bills. Area residents can make the best … more
FRITCH, TX – Fire managers plan to start implementation of prescribed burns at Lake Meredith National Recreation Area beginning the week of March 6, 2023. Multiple prescribed burns are planned … more
Circumstances are improving for Texas grain producers as spring plantings get underway in southern parts of the state, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert Mark Welch, … more
Texas’ cattle herd numbers continue to shrink, but calf prices remain strong, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert. Calf prices are expected to climb once Texas … more
While Texas rice growers face a stiff challenge to fend off yield- and profit-limiting kernel smut, Texas A&M AgriLife is quickly working to find a cure as part of a national collaborative … more
Numbers run the world of business, and the Ag industry is no exception to that rule. This week, we look at five more speakers who will expand on “It’s All About the Numbers,” the … more
“It’s All About the Numbers” for the 15 speakers on the slate of the annual Capital Farm Credit Hemphill County Texas A&M AgriLife Beef Conference scheduled for Tuesday and … more
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