Source: USDA FSA | July 18, 2019

A new online tool can help farmers and ranchers find information on U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) farm loans that may best fit their operations. USDA has launched the new Farm Loan Discovery Tool as the newest feature on … Read More

Oklahoma and much of the middle part of the country is facing dangerously hot conditions for the next few days but we remain in pretty good shape as far as soil moisture is concerned, based on the latest Drought Monitor map for Oklahoma. Only .24% of Oklahoma is … Read More

July’s episode of the Dr. Dale on Quail podcast from The Rolling Plains Quail Research Foundation addresses a hotly-debated topic among quail hunters: predator management. Join Dr. Dale Rollins and Gary Joiner, Texas Farm Bureau and learn why every moment of a quail’s life is dictated by the threat of predation, which species … Read More

Source: Beef So Simple 7-17-19 newsletter

As part of their biggest and toughest season yet, Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner. partnered with MasterChef Season 10 to bring you the beefiest Backyard BBQ challenge!

Tune in to FOX on Thursday, … Read More

This beef and vegetable meal grills up easy and quick in a foil packet. Read more…

Mark your calendar, hunting season dates for 2019-2020 are now set, including these season openers: Dove: Sept. 1 all zones, special regulations apply in South Zone; Archery:  Sept. 28; and White-tailed deer: Nov. 2. There are also regulation changes for air and arrow guns, pintail limits, javelina seasons, mule deer beam width minimums, plus antlerless deer season expansion. … Read More

You’re not the only one sweating in the heat. This summer, keep your cool by keeping your horse cool, too. -Progressive Cattle Read more… 

One of the most common calls Will Moseley, Noble Research Institute wildlife and fisheries consultant, gets during late summer regarding pond management is about a pond full of dead fish, and the owner wants to know what happened. People are worried the water has been poisoned and is unsafe. … Read More

Source: AgriLife TODAY | July 16, 2019

Tropical Storm Barry didn’t create major problems for Texans, but storm season is just getting underway, said the Texas State Climatologist. Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon, College Station, said southeastern parts of the state received up to … Read More

Source: Texas Animal Health Commission | July 16, 2019

Since July 9, 2019, anthrax has been detected on 3 additional properties in southwest Sutton County and 1 site in south-central Crockett County. The … Read More