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  • fever tick quarantine

Deer hunters reminded of fever tick quarantine zone

By Julie Tomascik Editor Concerns of spreading fever ticks have state officials urging hunters in South Texas to be vigilant when handling deer carcasses this hunting season. As of Sept. 20, 2,444 premises totaling about [...]

  • 102317_Texas Capitol

Seven constitutional amendments on November ballot

By Jessica Domel Multimedia Reporter Texas voters will soon decide the fate of seven constitutional amendments. “The future of Texas [...]

  • beef

Beef is back for dinner

By Julie Tomascik Editor Beef is back for dinner, thanks to millennials. The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) is bringing [...]

  • VAPG

USDA grant can help farmers, ranchers expand

By Shala Gean Communications Specialist Farmers and ranchers can apply for a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) [...]

  • NAFTA

NAFTA renegotiations extended

By Jessica Domel Multimedia Reporter It will take longer than originally thought to renegotiate the 23-year-old North American Free Trade [...]

  • deer hunting

Deer hunting prospects good across Texas

The Lone Star State’s early hunting season for white-tailed deer is underway, and state wildlife biologists expect prospects for both [...]

  • John Deere

Ruling protects John Deere color combination

By Jessica Domel Multimedia Reporter Green and yellow are now officially the trademarked colors of Deere and Company. A U.S. [...]

  • Texas Agriculture Memorial Day
  • Texas Agriculture Memorial Day

Texas Agriculture Memorial Day accepting nominations

By Shala Gean Communications Specialist Nominations are being accepted for the Texas Agriculture Memorial Day. The purpose of the memorial [...]

  • GIPSA

USDA withdraws controversial GIPSA rule

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced on Tuesday it will withdraw the controversial livestock portion of the Grain Inspection, [...]

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