TSCRA is taking their popular Ranching 101 series on the road this fall, with meetings in Mt. Pleasant, Gonzales, Navasota, Palestine and Center in October. Ranching 101 seminars give participants practical, sound guidance on the tools and equipment needed to get started in ranching. While these seminars are designed … Read More

Herbicides and insecticides are applied pastures to control weeds and insects. When using these pesticides it is important to read and follow label directions for grazing and haying restrictions. Additionally, only products that are labeled for use in pastures and hayfields should be used. Labels for many of these pesticides … Read More

Join TSCRA, Texas Beef Council and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in August for training in Beef Quality Assurance at the El Campo Civic Center Aug. 9 and Victoria Educational Gardens Pavilion Aug. 10. The mission of the Texas Beef Quality Producer Program (TBQP) is to promote good management practices … Read More

When it comes to using injected medications in your cattle herd health program, follow the product label recommendations for injection sites. Using more than the recommended amount can reduce how well the product works and can increase withdrawal times. If the label doesn’t specify an amount, then a good guideline … Read More

More than 250 Cattle Raisers, friends and guests joined TSCRA at events this week. Ranch gatherings were held in Sulphur Springs and Nacogdoches, to hear updates about TSCRA’s law enforcement and government affairs activities. A Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) producer training was also held at the Luling Foundation … Read More

Four Beef Quality Assurance Training events will be held in May and June in Central and East Texas. The training events are a collaborative effort among the Texas Beef Council, TSCRA, and the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. There is no cost to attend, but organizers request RSVPs to ensure … Read More

We already have quite a few ranch gatherings scheduled across the state and more are in the planning stages. Our ranch gatherings are always free and include a beef dinner and valuable information for ranchers, so bring your family, friends and neigbors! If you’re in these areas, RSVP … Read More

The Texas Beef Council, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, and Texas A&M University – Kingsville have teamed up to present a special Beef 706 program beginning with the first session on May 23 in Alice. This three-part series of hands-on sessions focusing on beef quality management and marketing opportunities is available … Read More

The National Cattlemen’s Foundation is accepting applications for the W.D. Farr Scholarships for the 2015-16 school year. The annual W.D. Farr Scholarship awards were established by the National Cattlemen’s Foundation in 2007 to recognize outstanding students who plan to pursue careers in meat science and animal agriculture. Each $12,000 … Read More

Want to make the 2016 Cattle Raisers Convention and Expo the best event of the year? There are 2 ways you can make this happen! First, tell us what educational programs, topics, or speakers you would like to see on the agenda. Is there a challenge on your ranch that … Read More