Those looking for tips on pasture and range management should look to Megan Clayton’s presentation at this year’s South Texas Farm and Ranch show.
The South Texas Farm & Ranch Show continues to be the longest running (started in 1982) nonprofit regional farm and ranch show in South Texas and this year will enjoy its 36th year of success by providing quality, relevant, education for farmers, ranchers, agribusinesses, and the general…
As a beef producer, it's important for you to know how checkoff dollars are being put to work, said Jason Bagley, vice president of beef resources with the Texas Beef Council.
The summer harvest is over for crop growers in the Crossroads, and it's already time to start looking at what seeds to buy for next year.
A range and pasture specialist with Bayer Range & Pasture Management will introduce two new herbicides on Thursday at the South Texas Farm & Ranch Show.
Bob Baker has been trapping feral hogs in Wharton County for about 15 years. Last year, he bagged 1,198 of the notorious swine, which can weigh more than 300 pounds, each.
Beef herd management is an important topic for anyone preparing for calving season, said Joe Paschal, Texas A&M AgrliLife extension livestock specialist.
The South Texas Farm and Ranch Show Scholarship Golf Tournament will be 9 a.m. Oct. 27 at the Club at Colony Creek. Teams can play for $400 and individuals can play for $100. Hole sponsorships are $100.
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