Texas’ Top Ag Colleges/Departments

March 9, 2016 0

By Tom Nurre, ASU Staff Writer Founded in 1928, Angelo State University sits on a 268-acre residential campus in the heart of San Angelo with an enrollment of about 8,500 students from all over Texas, […]

Safety tips for buying your first horse

March 8, 2016 0

By Steve Stevens The process of purchasing a horse has come up quite a bit lately. I have seen some pretty relentless and unsavory things when it comes to selling horses to people. I do […]

A Bright Piece of Holland in Texas

March 7, 2016 0

By Jessica Crabtree When it’s spring time in Texas, we expect wildflowers of all colors lining the roads and country side, not to mention our state flower, the bluebonnet. In Pilot Point, just east off […]

Cowboy Culture with Clay Reid

March 5, 2016 0

By Clay Reid Every once in awhile as a FoxPro field staff representative, I am asked the question, “Hey, Clay, what do you think the toughest animal on the planet is? Because coyotes are tough […]

[AgriLife Today] Water a major concern for dairy industry

March 4, 2016 0

By: Kay Ledbetter High Plains conference provides management advice, weather outlook Writer: Kay Ledbetter, 806-677-5608, skledbetter@ag.tamu.edu Contacts: Dr. Ellen Jordan, 972-952-9212, e-jordan2@tamu.edu Dr. Dana Porter, 806-746-6101, dporter@ag.tamu.edu LUBBOCK – Water is a continuous concern for […]

It’s Show Time in Clay County

March 3, 2016 0

By Judy Wade Months of preparation came to fruition for youngsters across Clay County January 7-9 as the 39th annual Junior Livestock Show and Youth Fair gave exhibitors the opportunity to have their projects assessed […]

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