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Source: AgriLife Today | April 22, 2021 The Texas Well Owner Network is hosting several water well screenings in early May for residents in Brewster, Crockett, Culberson, Ector, Hudspeth, Jeff Davis, Midland, Presidio, Reeves and Terrell counties. These events will give area ...

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Apr
The public may argue that some meteorologists simply throw darts at a board, but the truth is that a massive amount of scientific research goes into weather forecasting – and the science has improved. There is still much to learn, as forecasting for our chaotic atmosphere is difficult, ...

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Apr
Source: AgriLife Today | April 20, 2021 A new web-based dashboard designed to predict COVID-19 threats to supply chains, share data and foster analysis is now available from Texas A&M University’s Cross-Border Threat Screening and Supply Chain Defense, CBTS, Department of ...

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Apr
Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association members get 30% off titles in ranching, western history, and western art and photography from Texas A&M University Press. Nancy and Ted Paup Ranching Heritage Series called Henry C. “Hank” Smith and the Cross B Ranch: The First Stock Operation on the South Plains is April's ...

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Apr
Drought conditions could hurt cotton yields, but good prices and strong demand could improve the overall outlook for farmers. (Texas A&M AgriLife photo by Kay Ledbetter) Source: AgriLife Today | April 20, 2021...

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Apr
Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association Special Ranger Larry Hand, East Texas, reports a UTV stolen from a property in Shelby County. Sometime on or after April 16, 2021, a thief or thieves entered the ranch north of Timpson to steal a green 2021 Polaris model 1000 4x4 utility ...

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Apr
Most of the state received from trace amounts to upwards of three inches of precipitation. Some areas in the Blacklands, East Texas, and the Upper Coast received up to five inches. Precipitation was needed hroughout the state as drought conditions persisted in many areas. ...

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Apr
Forage Planning for the Next Year By Derrell S. Peel, Oklahoma State University Extension Livestock Marketing Specialist The latest Drought Monitor shows that drought is significantly worse now than at the same time last year with 63 percent of the country now ...

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