In the latest POSTED vlog Alex Lasater explains the Lasater Philosophy of Raising Beefmaster Cattle and touches on some history of the breed. Then Shawn shares the last monthly code word for the Greeley Hat Works Drawing before the 2019 Cattle Raisers Convention!

Gov. Greg Abbott has extended the State Disaster Declaration for the 60 Texas counties affected by Hurricane Harvey.

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Yellow False Indigo (Baptisia sphaerocarpa) have a very wide, natural range to which they seem well adapted. It is native to the lower Midwest and Gulf states. As a group, these perennials are deer resistant, heat and humidity tolerant and drought tolerant. Height and width vary by species. Read more… … Read More

In the March 18 edition of Cow-Calf Corner, a newsletter from the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Agency, Derrell Peel continues his assessment of the 2018 cattle and beef trade; plus Glenn Selk goes over the third stage of calving – shedding of fetal membranes. Read more..

TSCRA government and public affairs staff continue their hard work in Austin as the Texas Legislative Session approaches the halfway mark. Last Friday, March 8, 2019, was the final day that legislators could file new bills. As of that day, 7,490 bills and joint resolutions were filed. We continue to … Read More

TSCRA leadership would like to thank all the members and Texas property owners who took the time to travel to Austin last week and support eminent domain reform efforts in the Texas Legislature. But our work is not over! We still need your help to get the message out to … Read More

Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) officials have confirmed cattle tuberculosis (TB) in a Texas Panhandle dairy in Sherman County. As a part of the epidemiological investigation, TAHC has also confirmed TB in an associated Dallam County calf raising operation. The affected facilities are under quarantine or hold and will remain … Read More

Drought-free conditions continued across most of the South. Western Oklahoma and northern and western Texas received rainfall late in the drought week that allowed some retreat of both moderate drought (D1) and abnormal dryness (D0). South central and southern Texas received little to no precipitation and D0 conditions expanded slightly … Read More

SPONSORED CONTENT The Livestock Weather report for March 14 looks at the latest numbers behind El Nino, drought, dry weather and how a bomb cyclone in the Plains could hit the cattle markets. Livestock Wx is exclusive information on the latest weather trends and outlook for TSCRA members

Farmers and ranchers are the backbone of America. They grow food to feed us, fiber to clothe us, and fuel to run our homes and cars. Their hard work and dedication provide economic stability across the nation – stability that supports rural economies and creates much-needed jobs in local communities. … Read More