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Our cool wet spring ended with a rash of high... More ›
Emma Smith of Pleasanton qualified for the third year in a row to compete in barrel racing in the National Junior High School Finals Rodeo. This year, the finals were held June 19-25 in Lebanon,... More ›
By Payton Meuth
The Floresville FFA presented an honorary degree and recognized two booster club officers retiring after seven years of service.
The Honorary FFA degree is given to adults... More ›
“Meatless Monday” has crept into the National Defense Authorization Act of Fiscal Year 2017, and cattlemen have rallied to defend their industry.
“Meatless Monday” has been pushed by anti-meat... More ›
Q. We were at a party the other day and saw some beautiful flowers blooming on stalks. The owner called them “glads.” Are you familiar with them? Are they hard to grow?
A. Gladiolus do produce a beautiful flower in every color you can think of.... More ›
Compared to our last sale: Feeder calves and yearlings sold steady. Packer cows sold steady.
Medium and large frame No. 1:
150-300 lb. 162-190
300-400 lb. 148-158
400-500... More ›
AUSTIN -- For the week ending June 17, Texas feeder cattle auctions reported prices steady to $10 lower. Texas Weekly Direct reported prices steady to $5 lower.
For the time period of June 6-12 the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service... More ›
Friday, June 24
Compared to last report: Hay prices were mostly unchanged on little to no movement. Most wheat hay producers have decided not to sell as the low prices offered made it difficult to break even. Livestock prices have been hit hard... More ›
The Wilson County Farm Bureau is a voice for Texas agriculture, a supporter of local youth, and an integral part of our community, according to the president of the local farm... More ›