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“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
The Texas Hemp Growers Association (THGA), Tarleton State University, and a team of experts from element6 Dynamics collaborate to gain acceptance of a self-affirmed GRAS from the Texas Feed and … more
Egg prices continue to set all-time per-dozen price records, and a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert does not expect that trend to reverse in the near future. David Anderson, Ph.D., … more
Livestock stock show season brings about travel with trucks, trailers and expensive equipment, which can also lead to unfortunate theft. Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts are … more
Bill Oates was renovating his Nacogdoches home when he thought the rumbling he heard was coming from his daughter running around the house. John Gill was working a weekend job on a logging crew … more
Due to the increasing popularity and reach of the Texas State 4-H Horse Show, significant changes are on the horizon to meet more participant needs and continue the show’s trajectory for growth … more
Gray County 4-H has a plethora of exciting programs for their members to join every year. One such program, the Horse Project, teaches 4-H members all about horses and how to properly take care of … more
Tony Soria and Brycen Epperson are members of the Gray County 4-H program, but who are serving in different sections of 4-H events. Soria is a member of the Healthy Youth Ambassadors groups, a group … more
Kyanna Rice, Anleigh Bowers and Rebecca Scott walked away with Grand Champion awards in five different catagories, swine, lamb, goat, steer and heifer. Piper Morgan, Hudson Scribner, Maddox Bowers … more
A Texas A&M AgriLife researcher is taking a page out of human disease research to see if dogs might be able to sniff out bovine respiratory disease, BRD, one of the largest health challenges for … more
Educators from Oklahoma, Texas to provide cotton, summer crop updates The 10th annual Red River Crops Conference, designed for producers in southwest Oklahoma and the Texas Rolling Plains, is … more
First, a bit of history on the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s efforts to force upon the U.S. cattle industry mandatory radio frequency identification (RFID) – the most expensive and … more
For the 1.2 million people who will make their way to the Will Rogers Memorial Center and Dickies Arena January 13 through February 4 “show life” is a celebration, a ritual and an … more
Texas A&M Forest Service experts explain the ‘what, why and how’ of cedar fever Cedar fever season is upon us once again, complete with runny noses, itchy eyes and general … more
Water-stress climate favors sorghum hybrids The Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service annual Bushland Forage Sorghum Silage Trial provides producers a … more
4-H is ready to kick-off the spring projects in the new year! It is not too late join 4-H members for an adventure! 4-H is the youth development program of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension … more
Yesterday, the Biden Administration, through the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR), issued a scathing rebuke of the World Trade Organization’s (WTO’s) recent ruling … more
Farm Credit Bank of Texas stockholders recently elected Dennis Anthony of Friona, Texas, and reelected Linda Floerke of Lampasas County, Texas, to the Farm Credit Bank of Texas board of directors. … more
Texas continues to play an increasingly important role in supplying quality, flavorful wine to help meet growing demand across the U.S. Committed to strengthening the Texas grape and wine … more
LAS VEGAS – It’s been a bit of a waiting game for saddle bronc rider Wyatt Casper. He’s done well, riding all six of his horses. He’s placed three times, albeit each … more
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