Source: Texas A&M Forest Service | Feb. 24, 2021

When Texans see a pillar of smoke rising out of a forest or … Read More

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Winter storms and your livestock factsheet … Read More

The Coming Genomic Revolution

We asked five experts in beef cattle genetics to look into the future. The changes they see coming would harness the power of genomics … Read More

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Editorial: Rural Texas Prepares for the Legislative Session

by Hughes Abell, president, Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association

As 2021 gets underway, so too will the 87th Texas Legislative Session, … Read More

Members of the Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association are able to take 30% off titles in ranching, western history, and western art and photography from the Texas A&M University Press. Please use code TSCRA30 when checking out. Click here to see the titles … Read More

I got my first job when I was 11 years old. My best friend’s dad, Jim Kibler, recruited me to work alongside his girls, helping out when his restaurant had a big catering job. We started small — filling cups with iced tea, helping with cleanup and other age-appropriate tasks. … Read More

307 Angora goats taken from Crockett County ranch

Information about the theft of hundreds of goats just got a lot more valuable.

Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association Special Ranger Marty Baker said rancher Ed Mayfield has added $5,000 of his own money … Read More

It’s hard to deny that a warm, savory bowl of chili brings a certain nostalgia to the table – no pun intended! Whether it’s a weekly tradition or a special occasion dish, chili is one of our favorite ways to beat the winter blues. … Read More

A field of cotton in the Panhandle shows some lint on the ground and stringing following sleet and rains. (Texas A&M AgriLife photo by Jourdan Bell)

Source: AgriLife Today | Nov. 10, 2020

Cotton prices … Read More