Underneath the border of the United States and Mexico lie transboundary aquifers. Little is known about most of these aquifers or how the two countries can mutually manage these waters. Within Texas Water Resources Institute’s (TWRI) Water Sustainability Program, research scientists with TWRI and Texas A&M AgriLife Research are … Read More

Source: AgriLife TODAY | July 23, 2019

 Row crops in North Texas and the South Plains are in the home stretch and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts want producers … Read More

TSCRA Special Ranger Hal Dumas, District 21 in Central Texas, reports the theft of a utility trailer, welder, and 12 head of cattle, most with brands, from properties in Limestone, Robertson and Burleson counties. 

Limestone County: Black 5×10 utility trailer with a white tool box on … Read More

Source: Texas Animal Health Commission | July 22, 2019

Since the July 16, 2019, update, anthrax has been detected on 1 premises in northwest Kinney County … Read More

The word fire can strike fear for farmers and ranchers. Whether it’s a large outbreaks of wildfires, in a barn, or just a brush pile—fire precaution can’t be stressed enough. Hay, straw and stockpiled forage are expensive and flammable as a self-combustible fire source and fuel for stray … Read More

In every ecosystem around the world there are potentially hundreds of living species that can be affected by a change in that ecosystem, whether it’s natural or man-made. What can be good for the survival of one species might have detrimental effects on another species, so a critical balance … Read More

Source: Oklahoma State University

Earlier flooding rain has displaced a lot of wildlife, including snakes. Fortunately, the snakes do not want to be any closer to humans … Read More

Sources: USDA Cattle | USDA Cattle on Feed

According to the USDA-NASS cattle reports released on July 22, all cattle and calves in the U.S. on July 1 totaled 103 million head, unchanged from the 103 million head on July 1, 2018. The 2019 calf crop is expected to be … Read More

Source: Texas Animal Health Commission | July 19, 2019

Since the last vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) update on Friday, July 12, 2019, the Texas Animal Health Commission … Read More

Many landowners have been contacted by solar energy developers seeking to lease land for projects. In her latest Texas Ag Law Blog post Tiffany Dowell Lashmet shares 2 extremely practical resources to help with deciding if a solar project is right for you and tips on negotiating the … Read More