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Texas catfish production is down, but that's not bad news for fish producers around the state, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert. [Read More]
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Peanut harvest has started across the state, and harvested acres provided good to great yields for Texas producers. [Read More]
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Whether lower wholesale prices on turkeys and hams translates into lower prices at the store depends on retailers' strategies. [Read More]
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The Healthy Texas initiative was launched Tuesday at Bonner Elementary School in an effort to cultivate new and improved health practices in East Texas. It... [Read More]
Cool temperatures and wet weather created prime conditions for fall armyworms and major problems for forage producers around the state. [Read More]
Deer season opens Saturday with a promising outlook. [Read More]
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Corn producers in the High Plains wait out wet weather and potentially problematic conditions as global commodity market conditions worsen for U.S. producers, according to... [Read More]
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Poor weather conditions in the Rolling and High Plains could mean subpar cotton yields for many producers in the state's fiber region, said Texas A&M... [Read More]
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Wet weather has put a damper on the Panhandle pumpkin harvest, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service staff. [Read More]
Wet weather has put a damper on the Panhandle pumpkin harvest, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service staff. Cristen Brooks, AgriLife Extension agent in... [Read More]
Most sorghum producers around the state experienced lower sugarcane aphid populations than the previous two years, with some help from nature, growing conditions, technology and... [Read More]
Low wheat prices likely mean planted acreage around the state will remain static or drop slightly, a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service specialist said. [Read More]
Low wheat prices likely mean planted acreage around the state will remain static or drop slightly, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service specialist. Dr.... [Read More]
Hurricane Harvey and its after-effects have the coastal cotton industry reeling, according to Texas A&M AgriLife experts. [Read More]
Wine grape quantity and quality are expected to be better than ever this year in Texas. [Read More]
Texas vineyards could experience a banner year as wine grape quantity and quality are expected to reach new heights, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife... [Read More]
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agent Chad Gulley, Smith County, was recently awarded the highest national award given to Extension staff by a professional organization.... [Read More]
Texas pecan growers expect to increase production this year, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service specialist. [Read More]
Timely and widespread rains arrived in time for flowering and boll development. [Read More]
Cattle supplies are up and beef demand is down for the summer. [Read More]
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