Skin conditions of the horse

April 30, 2016 0
By Dr. Molly Bellefeuille Neoplastic tumors in the horse can be challenging to treat and typically require multiple consecutive treatments for a successful outcome. It takes dedication from both the owner and the veterinarian to […]

New turf grass handbook available through AgriLife Extension

April 29, 2016 0
By: Kay Ledbetter Writer: Kay Ledbetter, 806-677-5608, skledbetter@ag.tamu.edu Contact: Dr. Casey Reynolds, 979-845-0603, casey.reynolds@tamu.edu COLLEGE STATION – Homeowners and professional turfgrass managers now have a new Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service publication available to help […]

Simply the Best

April 28, 2016 0
By Krista Lucas In today’s world of tough competitors and even tougher horses, any advantage a rider can give his or her equine partner can be beneficial to performing at the top of their game. […]

May 6 quail appreciation day in Montague County

April 27, 2016 0
By: Steve Byrns Writer: Steve Byrns, 325-653-4576, s-byrns@tamu.edu Contact: Justin Hansard, 940-894-2831, j-hansard@tamu.edu NOCONA – The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service offices in Montague and Clay counties will conduct a Quail Appreciation Day from 8:30 […]

Ranching Down Under

April 26, 2016 0
By Samantha Hall You could say the cotton industry in Australia has had somewhat of a rollercoaster ride since cotton seed was first introduced to Australia in 1788. Most of the lows occurred in the […]

Grazing North Texas – Western Ragweed

April 25, 2016 0
By Tony Dean This perennial forb, found in almost all areas of Texas, is probably the most famous allergy plant. Pollen of Western ragweed is very light and easily air borne which makes it a […]

An Unexpected Adventure

April 23, 2016 0
By Andy Anderson There are times when a hunting excursion is a serious matter. However, there are hunts that turn into the most odd, unbelievable and humorous events of your life—a moment in your time […]

Meanwhile back at the ranch…

April 22, 2016 0
By Rayford Pullen, rcpullen@yahoo.com Hopefully, your spring calving is completed. If not, you will be dealing with the problems those late calvers bring to the table for many years to come. While we all deal […]

Apply Now for Value Added Producer Grants

April 22, 2016 0
By John Crabtree, johnc@cfra.org, Center for Rural Affairs USDA is accepting applications for $44 million in competitive Value Added Producer Grants to develop value added ventures. In times of low commodity prices, the help available […]
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