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Texas Christmas tree production continues to hold strong despite impacts from extreme drought, according to a Texas A&M Forest Service expert. Fred Raley, Ph.D., Texas A&M Forest Service tree improvement coordinator, said ...
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Kicking off family Christmas with the perfect tree

Texas Christmas tree production continues to hold strong despite impacts from extreme drought, according to ...

New CEW project exposes the realities of lab-grown meat 

Washington, DC – The Center for the Environment and Welfare (CEW) announced Dec. 4th, the launch ...

Global supply, seasonal shift lead to lower cattle market prices

After an impressively bullish first half of the year, market prices for beef cattle have ...

Mistletoe: Is the Christmas plant friend or foe?

Mistletoe may be a welcome holiday sight when hung over a doorway if a loved ...

NALC’s Rollins: WOTUS legal roller coaster may slow, but it’s not stopping

The term waters of the U.S., or WOTUS, is crucial to understanding which water bodies ...


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Just Your Standard Bull

On this day, Tuesday, November 21, 2023, I hereby declare my candidacy for the head football coach position at Texas A&M University. Furthermore, I will ...

Texas peanut production up this season

Back-to-back seasons of drought continue to impact planted peanut acres making it another tough year for Texas peanut growers, according to a  Texas A&M AgriLife ...

Texas Trails

No count Saligny and the pigs As a Republic, Texas was hard to get along with. The Mexican government learned this the hard way. The ...

Mouthfeel of food determines whether people go back for seconds

Are you a sucker, cruncher or chewer … maybe even a smoosher? Think about it: how do you taste your food? Texture has been one of ...

Cattle economics: cattle production cost

What does it cost to carry a cow? What is the cost of production in the cattle business? These are questions that arise on occasion, ...

Building a veterinarian recruitment toolbox for rural Texas

In communities throughout Texas, the veterinarian serves as the cog of livestock and animal care, yet many rural areas are experiencing a historical lack of ...

More El Niño thoughts

Here is a look at the latest model forecast strength and duration for this El Niño event. Focus on the mean forecast bar graph on ...

2023 USDA Land Values summary

Earlier this fall, the USDA released its annual Land Values Summary for 2023.   Not surprisingly, the report indicates increasing values nationwide over the past year.  ...

Texas A&M begins construction on Animal Reproductive Biotechnology Center

Texas A&M AgriLife Research hosted leaders from across The Texas A&M University System in a groundbreaking ceremony of the new Animal Reproductive Biotechnology Center at Texas A&M-RELLIS, a 2,400-acre ...

Digital agriculture, genetics, forages featured at Beeville station field day

With a rich history of research and developing innovative, profitable practices for beef cattle producers in South Texas and abroad, the Texas A&M AgriLife Research Station at ...

Applications open for Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association Collegiate Conference

FORT WORTH, Texas (Nov. 8, 2023) –  Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association opened the application window for the inaugural 2024 Cattle Raisers Collegiate Conference Jan. ...

Texas Side of Things

This past weekend, I, along with several hundred thousand other Texas deer hunters, headed to our blinds to either to kill a deer or just escape everyday life. I’m not sure about the rest of the state, but in the hill country the ...

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