When handling cattle, safety is key for you, your helpers and the animals. Here are 5 tips to help everyone moving from BEEF Magazine. Read more…

These small bites are packed with flavor. Ground Beef Italian-style sausage is stuffed with mozzarella cheese and baked in dough. Read more…

Do you want to strengthen the U.S. cattle industry’s ability to respond to a disease outbreak? Are you interested in implementing radio frequency identification (RFID) tags at your operation as a management tool? Do you want to explore marketing your cattle for premiums associated with value-added data? … Read More

TSCRA Special Rangers Derek Helmke and Jay Foster report the theft of a gooseneck trailer near the intersection of N2050 and E1340 in Kiowa County, Oklahoma, sometime between Aug. 5 and 17. The Big Tex gooseneck flatbed 20+5 trailer has tandem dual axles, is 8.5 feet wide and has an … Read More

With the wildfire season really heating up, the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is offering several fact sheets to help homeowners prepare for and mitigate wildfire damages.

As summer slips past us yet again and with fall rapidly approaching it is time to discuss how to maximize the value of feeder calves that will be hitting the market in late September and October. If you have been following the cattle futures both fed cattle and feeders … Read More

Drought following good spring conditions could impact Texas game animals, but early population reports and estimates suggest a favorable hunting season, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert. John Tomecek, AgriLife Extension wildlife specialist, Thrall, said good spring conditions favored most wildlife species, but dry summer … Read More

TSCRA Special Ranger Larry Hand, District 13 in East Texas, reports heifers missing from a property between Garrison and Appleby, off FM 1878 in Nacogdoches County. The 10 head of cattle are are red and red motley face Red Angus heifers weighing between 1000 and 1100 pounds, each, and have … Read More

A wayward rodent can cause hundreds of dollars in damage by simply gnawing on electrical wiring. But they can also find a home in a cab, under or inside seats, or any number of warm, comfortable spots inside equipment. Make a plan now to prevent mice and rats from … Read More

Source: Texas Agriculture Law Blog by Tiffany Dowell Lashmet | Aug. 26, 2019

In March of this year, the First Court of Appeals in Houston issued an opinion in Grimes County Appraisal District v. Harvey, which is a good illustration of an important legal requirement for persons … Read More