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May is the month when oak wilt is likely to... More ›
Several members of the Floresville FFA spent their spring break in Houston competing at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.
Five FFA members placed in the top 11 at the livestock show,... More ›
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service for Wilson County and Texas Department of Agriculture are offering certification and recertification training Monday, May 16, in Floresville for private pesticide applicators.
The training will be from... More ›
The Floresville FFA judging teams competed April 16 at the Area VII FFA Career Development Events (CDE) contests held at Texas A&M University, with two teams advancing to state competition.
The Milk Quality and Products team,... More ›
This year, the Soil and Water Stewardship Week will be held Sunday, April 24, through Sunday, May 1, with the focus being “Land Stewardship Produces a Healthy Texas.” The Association of Texas... More ›
Karnes City Auction will host a special female replacement sale Saturday, April 30, at noon, at the auction barn located at 1918 S.H. 80 in Karnes City.
•More than 20 head of first calf Brangus pairs
•Fifteen heavy-bred... More ›
Q. The hail last week chewed up my tomato plants pretty badly. What are my options?
A. Try and find some large transplants as replacement plants. It you are not successful you may just have to let the injured tomatoes send up new stems and foliage.... More ›
Head Count: 338
Cattle: 136; Goats & Other: 202
Market was softer on all feeder calves. Cows steady (packers) steady.
Average price (High price)
Steers: 185 (225)
Heifers:... More ›
For the week ending April 15, Texas feeder cattle auctions reported prices steady to $10 lower, with one instance of steady to $3 higher.
For the time period of April 4-10, the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service Field Office reported:
•Livestock... More ›
Friday, April 22
Compared to last report: Alfalfa prices (in the bale and ground) traded $5-$10 lower. Other hay classes remained steady for now. Movement was inactive to slow. The Panhandle received some much needed rain to benefit local pastures.... More ›