How many people are tired of the restrictions surrounding COVID19? My hand went up. We all are weary of this dreaded virus and the inability to meet in-person. However, it is important to continue to get appropriate education surrounding your pesticide applicator license, and it is the law. …
If a crop or livestock producer experienced a loss of quality because of natural disasters in 2018 or 2019, they might be eligible for federal financial assistance.
County Extension Agents from area counties will be providing “Cooking Well with Diabetes” virtual edition via Facebook from Jan. 25 — Feb. 19. Simply join our private Facebook Group at www.facebook.com/groups/cwwd2021.
HALLETTSVILLE — Stand in downtown Hallettsville on a breezy day and take a deep breath. If you catch a whiff of ammonia blown in from the north, it’s a good bet Matt and Jessica Hanslik are at work.
Read the feed tag on any livestock feed and the first analysis listed is for crude protein. Crude protein is the analytical term for a process used since the mid-1800s to estimate protein in feeds but still useful in cowherd nutrition today. Crude protein is based on the protein level determ…
Finally, fall and winter are here. The weather is becoming cooler, and gardeners are slowly migrating back outdoors after record-breaking heat this summer. Now is a perfect time to add a new tree or a grouping of shrubs to the landscape. Or perhaps you have an area in the landscape that need…
December is here, which means the holidays are among us. With the holidays comes fun, family and, of course, delicious foods. While holiday favorites are usually eaten around this time of the year, these foods can sometimes be overeaten and be high in calories, fat and added sugars. Therefor…
It’s been decision making time for crop farmer Benjamin Hahn following a few days of Thanksgiving weekend rain in an otherwise dry fall.
MORALES — After this summer’s hurricane season brought several deluges to Jackson County, Jon Poole waited for another storm. But for almost two months, it didn’t come.
Hundreds of acres of sunflowers is a sight most can only imagine, but a Victoria farmer has made it a reality and sees it as a different way to condition the land for his next crop.
As we enter the Christmas season, many folks are stocking up on food for holiday celebrations and get togethers with loved ones even through the pandemic. I find it very interesting how consumer trends, bias, and facts affect the market. The way in which people eat and the choices they make …
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- Dowell named Van Vleck AD/ head football coach
- Blotter: Two arrested, charged with drug possession in Goliad County
- Food Bank of the Golden Crescent to pause operations after COVID-19 infections
- COVID-19 hospitalization rate stays steady at 18.7%
- Victoria students return to stage for pandemic performance
- Fire marshal: Faulty wiring caused Bloomington fire
- DPS: Lavaca County deputy failed to yield in fatal December motorcycle crash
- Blotter: Deputies looking for 4 people who burglarized Victoria County business; steal lawn mower, other items (Video)
- Rep. Cloud issues statement on impeachment
- Letter: Representative Cloud should explain why he did not wear a mask