A complete list of TSCRA staff members and email addresses can be found HERE.

Please click here to download a PDF of the letter to USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue

On March 19, 2020, the Department of Homeland Security identified the specific industries that comprise Critical Infrastructure Industries. If you are an essential critical infrastructure worker, you may find a link to the authorization letter from the Texas Department of Agriculture below…. Read More

These beef fajita foil packs are made with simple ingredients you probably already have in the kitchen! Get the recipe at beeflovingtexans.com…   

by Robert E. McKnight, president, Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association

By all
measures, we are in historic times as the nation mounts an unprecedented
response to COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus. The growing national
crisis created by COVID-19 and recovery efforts after the pandemic subsides
will likely … Read More

Tyson Foods told cattle feeders on Friday that it will add $5 per cwt. to live cattle and $7.94 per cwt. to dressed and grid cattle the week of March 23. The increase will be added to the base cash price for the week. Gary Michelson, Tyson … Read More

As a service to our members and neighbors we are providing this collection of links to important information and resources to keep everyone up to date…. Read More

On March 2, 2020, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott declared a state of disaster from drought conditions in Atascosa, Bee, Burleson, Caldwell, Colorado, DeWitt, Dimmit, Frio, Gonzales, Guadalupe, Jackson, Jim Hogg, Karnes, La Salle, Lavaca, Live Oak, Maverick, Starr, Uvalde, Webb, Wharton, Wilson, Zapata, and Zavala counties. … Read More

Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association Special Ranger Tommy Charbula, District 24 in the Gulf Coast region, reports a truck and tools stolen in Galveston County. The 1997 Toyota Tacoma VIN no. 4TAVL52N1WZ107769, plate no. GGV-5771, and numerous ranch tools were stolen from a ranch barn sometime after … Read More

For the week of Feb. 24-March 1, most of the state received from no rain to trace amounts of 0.10 of an inch of precipitation. Some counties in the Upper Coast and South East Texas received in excess of 1.5 to 3.0 inches. There were 5.8 days suitable for fieldwork. … Read More