Though there are some rookies among the cowboys who tested their skills in the Texas High School Rodeo Association’s state finals June 5-13 in Abilene, their results reflected they could stand... More ›
The Gillespie County Fair & Festival Association will present the sixth annual PBR (Professional Bull Riders) event at the Gillespie County Fair Grounds in Fredericksburg on Saturday, Sept.... More ›
Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association Special Ranger Steve Martin, District 30 in Far South Texas, reports three cases of stolen cattle totaling 25 head.
On July 18, a thief or thieves cut the chain on a gate to steal six heifers... More ›
A combination of weather patterns is causing wholesale die-offs of fish in many East and North Texas farm ponds and lakes, according to Dr. Billy Higginbotham, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service... More ›
By Blair Fannin
Key performance indicators have been used in business applications for many years, but not so much in cattle operations.
Stan Bevers, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service... More ›
Compared to our last sale: Feeder calves and yearlings sold steady to $1-$3 lower. Packer cows sold steady to $1-$2 lower.
Medium and large frame No. 1:
150-300 lb. 295-375
300-400... More ›
Friday, Aug. 28
Compared to last report: Alfalfa prices sold $5-$10 lower, which has driven down other hay prices as well in order to compete. Trade activity was slow on light demand as dairies and feed yards continue to hold off on new purchases.... More ›
Q. I saw a vine with lavender-blue flowers on a fence in a neighborhood where I was visiting. The leaves were heart-shaped but elongated towards the point. The flowers were orchid-like. Based on that description do you have any idea what it was?
A.... More ›
FLORESVILLE -- Beef producers can get free training to help them become more competitive in the industry by attending a Texas Beef Quality Producer program Thursday, Sept. 3, at the Floresville Event Center, 600 S.H. 97 West.
Registration will... More ›
Farmers and ranchers affected by storms, tornadoes, or straight-line winds may be eligible for assistance from several agencies and should apply today.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) may assist survivors who are farmers and ranchers... More ›
Several Texas cities, including San Antonio and Corpus Christi, saw their restrictive knife laws voided as of Sept. 1, when Texas H.B. 905 took effect.
The new law invalidates all municipal and county knife ordinances more restrictive than state... More ›
Grain farmers should brace for a drop in net incomes this year as the prices for corn, soybeans, and wheat have fallen significantly from recent years, according to the American Farm Bureau Federation in an Aug. 3 press release.
The latest Agricultural... More ›
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September is not usually a major leaf drop month... More ›