As students, they may be returning to school as summer ends, but four area rodeo athletes are returning as champions, following state and national rodeo competitions.
These four joined more... More ›
Q. Why don’t horticulturists promote oleanders anymore? They are blooming well right now in our neighborhood despite the heat.
A. Many oleanders died because of a disease called leaf scorch... More ›
More validation that everything’s bigger and better in Texas, dove populations are soaring and the hunting season, which gets under way Thursday, Sept. 1, is the longest in 80 years.
A new... More ›
Texas Tech University’s Meat Science Academic Quiz Bowl Team -- including Tommy Fletcher, a junior from La Vernia -- has earned the title of national champions at the 69th Reciprocal... More ›
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will present two opportunities for small grain producers to attend production programs.
The first program is set for Tuesday, Aug. 30, at the Uvalde County Fairplex Auditorium, located at 122 Veterans... More ›
Head Count: 260
Cattle: 218; Goats & Other: 42
Market was stronger and active on all feeder calves. Cows steady to stronger (packers).
Average price (High price)
Steers: 160... More ›
AUSTIN -- For the week ending Aug. 12, Texas feeder cattle auctions reported prices steady to $15 higher. Texas Weekly Direct reported prices steady to $5 higher.
For the time period of Aug. 1-7, the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service... More ›
Friday, Aug. 19
Compared to last report: Hay prices were mostly steady. Trade activity remains very slow. Most movement was being hauled to local dairies and feed yards. A few coastal Bermuda sales hauled into the Panhandle with prices competing... More ›