Ranching Down Under

March 29, 2016 0

By Samantha Hall Although the Australian agriculture industry has diversified a lot since the days of Australia, “riding on the sheep’s back,” wool and lamb producers in Australia have managed to maintain their dominance as […]

[AgriLife Extension] High Tunnels on the High Plains

March 28, 2016 0

By: Kay Ledbetter AgriLife Research eyes vegetables for improved water use Writer: Kay Ledbetter, 806-677-5608, skledbetter@ag.tamu.edu Contact: Dr. Charlie Rush, 806-354-5804, crush@ag.tamu.edu AMARILLO – When planting season comes around this summer, Dr. Charlie Rush, Texas […]

When hours count – Calf scours

March 27, 2016 0

By Jessica Crabtree Calf scours in actuality means calf diarrhea. Cattle of any age can develop diarrhea; however, producers must pay particular attention to calves less than one month old. A baby calf is most […]

The Natural Horseman – Spring Came Early

March 26, 2016 0

By Steve Stevens Wow, for the most part, the weather has been amazing lately. It was weird having spring-like weather in early March, but we are grateful for it. Other than the five days of […]

Meanwhile, back at the ranch….

March 25, 2016 0

By Rayford Pullen, rcpullen@yahoo.com Now that we have the bulk of our calving behind us here in North Texas, our thoughts turn to doing what is best to get the most profitable return from those […]

Grazing North Texas – Annual broomweed

March 19, 2016 0

By Tony Dean Annual broomweed, sometimes called common broomweed or prairie broomweed, is a robust annual forb found in almost every part of Texas. It normally grows from a single stem but if damaged when […]

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