Mark Gotthardt of Karnes County has received the 2016 Watershed Leader (by an agricultural property owner) award for conservation work that he has done on his property. The San... More ›
Q. Are there any pines that we can plant in a Central Texas landscape and expect them to live? For about eight years we had some wonderful Afghan pines and then they all died from disease that... More ›
Youth represent one of the fastest-growing segments in the sport of hunting, making it more imperative than ever for comprehensive gun safety education in our communities. Your state’s department of natural resources likely has child shooting safety... More ›
The “Cowman to Cowman” Central Texas All Breed Bull & Female Sale will be held Friday, Oct. 21, in the J.B. Wells Park in Gonzales.
Bulls will sell at 11 a.m., with females selling at the... More ›
New growers, commercial producers, home gardeners, and fruit enthusiasts in general are encouraged to attend the fifth annual Texas Fruit Conference Monday, Oct. 31, and Tuesday, Nov. 1, in New Braunfels.
The event, hosted by the Texas A&M AgriLife... More ›
Alexis Hoefelmeyer of Poth is a new junior member of the American Angus Association, according to Allen Moczygemba, CEO of the national organization with headquarters in Saint Joseph, Mo.
Junior members of the association are eligible... More ›
Compared to our last sale: Feeder calves and yearlings $2-$3 lower on better quality. Packer cows sold steady.
Medium and large frame No. 1:
150-300 lb. 155-175
300-400... More ›
For the week ending Oct. 7, Texas feeder cattle auctions reported prices steady to $15 lower. Texas Weekly Direct reported prices of $2 to $9 lower, with instances of $10 to $11 lower.
For the time period of Sept. 27 through Oct. 2, the USDA... More ›
Friday, Oct. 14
Compared to last report: Most hay classes remained steady with some instances weak on alfalfa prices. Movement remained light to moderate but with hopes of that picking up as we embraced fall-like temperatures and some price lowering... More ›