Spring means grass. Hopefully, healthy green grass! The February long freeze set lawns back about two weeks, but many are starting to come out of their dormancy. Usually, we recommend fertilization around April 15 and that will most likely be correct for this year as well.
CUERO — While cancellations of rodeos caused Slone Saddles to produce fewer western horse saddles, the demand for the business’s higher end products has increased in the past year.
WADSWORTH — The Savage family dodged a few bullets this year, but their rice production business is now being forced toward a majority of new types of crops for the first time in five generations.
It might take weeks, months or even years for many tropical plants to return after the winter storm, but Earthworks Nursery co-owner Laurie Garretson said plant owners will need a lot of patience.
Many folks ask how the plant-based products that are now in the grocery stores affect the demand for true beef. It is a good question and one that Texas A&M Agrilife has explored along with other land grant universities. Below is an excerpt from a “Beef Cattle Browsing” article that shed…
Much has been written about the impacts of the freeze last month on livestock losses, but I wanted to emphasize that there still could be some negative effects seen in the weeks and months to come. The impact might be reduced by knowing where to look.
Harvesting a successful crop begins long before seeding a crop farmer’s soil. Investing in agricultural equipment is a real possibility for farmers looking to set up their growing season well following strong crop yields in 2020.
The court has been crowned, and Lila Perry is the 2021 Queen Victoria, but like most events, holding the pageant during a pandemic came with its challenges.
Kenzie Martinez didn’t expect it at all when she won grand champion steer at the Victoria Livestock Show. Then, she went on to the show’s auction Monday night to sell the steer for $8,000.
Thirty-five contestants vying for a place on the Queen Victoria court stood before judges Saturday in a competition held within the 2021 Victoria Livestock Show.
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