Agriculture

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service’s North Region family and community health agents are initiating a five-week Mindful Mondays online series beginning April 9. The program is free, but those planning to attend must register online by April 8 to receive further instructions. “We will be...
In the Texas High Plains grain markets the bulk of bids were 9 to 11 cents lower on grain sorghum; 18 cents lower on wheat; 5 to 7 cents lower on corn.  The May contract closed 6.00 cents lower on corn, and 18.00 cents lower on May on KC wheat.  Prices paid or bid to producers delivered to country...
Cotton acreage continues to boom in the High Plains north of Interstate 40, more than doubling in the past five years. And whether that is due to water savings or projections for improved profitability, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service specialists don’t foresee a slowdown in growth in the...
Remember when grandma dumped her coffee grounds on the flower bed and garden? Well, she was onto something, and one Texas company is now utilizing Texas A&M AgriLife research to capitalize on the value of this waste product. Ben Wherley, Ph.D., Texas A&M AgriLife Research turfgrass...
AMARILLO – Plains Land Bank has good news for its customers. It will distribute a record $8.5 million in cash patronage to its stockholders in April.  The rural lending cooperative declared the patronage distribution based on its strong financial results in 2019. “For our association, 2019 was a...
CANYON, Texas — Biological warfare technology born at West Texas A&M University to protect soldiers from anthrax has been readapted and deployed across campus to protect door handles from viruses and bacteria. Doors across West Texas A&M University soon will receive Copper Clean stickers...
With wildflowers sprouting up all over roadsides throughout Texas during springtime there are ample opportunities to take photos. But shutterbugs should be careful, as well as respect private property and nature, when trying to find the right spot for that perfect shot, said Texas A&M AgriLife...
TYLER AND AUSTIN – Cavender’s and many of its vendor partners are proud to announce a contribution to the Texas FFA Foundation for 2020 scholarships. With the cancellation of the Houston and Austin Rodeo junior livestock shows, many Texas youth, especially graduating high school seniors are at a...
n the Texas High Plains grain markets the bulk of bids were  18 to 20 cents higher on grain sorghum; 19 to 22 cents higher on wheat; 9 to 10 cents higher on corn.   The May contract closed 10.25 cents higher on corn, and 19.00 cents higher on May on KC wheat.   Prices paid or bid to producers...
The program will be at the Gray County Annex, 12125 Frederic St., Pampa. The fee is $125, and preregistration is due March 18. To register call 806-669-8033. The fee includes training, materials and a national food manager certification examination. The Texas Department of State Health Services...

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