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From groundwater to taxes, ag sector watches closely to survive
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Texas Farm Bureau State Legislative Director Billy Howe addresses the members of the Wilson County Farm Bureau during the Oct. 20 county convention in Floresville. See wilsoncountynews.com for video of his presentation regarding groundwater rights and aerial hunting of feral hogs.
Wilson County News November 30, 2011 3010 views 1 comment
FLORESVILLE -- The agricultural sector has emerged victorious in the 82nd session of the Texas Legislature, with issues such as groundwater and the Trans-Texas Corridor. These were among the topics addressed by Texas Farm Bureau State Legislative Director Billy Howe during the Oct. 20 Wilson County Farm Bureau Convention. . . .
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Dawn Dailey Floresville, TX November 30, 2011 2:05pm