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  • crop production

Weather weighs on Texas crop production

By Jessica Domel Multimedia Reporter A wet start to the year and then a lack of rain for much of the state has led to lower production for most Texas crops, according to a new [...]

  • safety net payment

USDA issues farm safety net, conservation payments

The United State Department of Agriculture (USDA) continues to invest in rural America with more than $4.8 billion in payments [...]

  • student teaching

TFB offers student teaching scholarship for ag education majors

By Julie Tomascik Editor College students pursuing a degree in Agricultural Education now have an additional scholarship opportunity available through [...]

  • Ag Issues

TFB staff assist FFA chapters with Ag Issues presentations

By Gary Joiner TFB Radio Network Manager Texas Farm Bureau (TFB) staff in Waco are once again providing feedback for [...]

  • glyphosate

New trial likely in glyphosate cancer case

By Jessica Domel Multimedia Reporter Bayer AG will likely get the chance to defend popular weedkiller glyphosate in court. On [...]

  • dedication

Trade, weather don’t challenge farmer’s dedication

By Justin Walker Communications Specialist Life in agriculture can be tough. Prices. Trade. Weather. The list goes on. But for [...]

  • wildlife numbers

Wildlife numbers down during hunting season

By Justin Walker Communications Specialist Hunters will likely see lower wildlife numbers this season due to summer drought conditions, according [...]

  • prescribed burns

Improve pastures, rangeland with prescribed burns

By Jessica Domel Multimedia Reporter The sight of smoke and flames strikes fear in most Texans’ hearts. But fire, if [...]

  • wheat acres

Wheat acres expected to increase across Texas

By Justin Walker Communications Specialist Projected winter moisture could increase wheat acreage this season, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension [...]