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  • wotus

Pruitt sets timeline for WOTUS replacement

By Jessica Domel Multimedia Editor American landowners may soon have more answers when it comes to which waters and areas fall under the purview of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under the Clean Water Act [...]

  • bird dog

Bird dog owners point to several breeds for success

By Gary Joiner TFB Radio Network Manager Fans of bird dogs believe you can’t go wrong by choosing one of [...]

  • Dairy

U.S., China sign agreement allowing more dairy exports

The United States and China have signed a memorandum of understanding that the U.S. Dairy Export Council (USDEC) says will [...]

  • weather

Weather watchers eyeing developments in Gulf

By Gary Joiner TFB Radio Network Manager It’s officially summer, and most Texans are doing their best to stay cool [...]

  • teacher workshops

Summer teacher workshops to focus on agriculture

By Julie Tomascik Editor The school year is over, and the classrooms are quiet. But there’s more to learn for [...]

  • Dr. Justin Ransom
  • Dr. Justin Ransom

Ag teachers learn to change dialogue about agriculture

By Shala Watson Multimedia Writer Less than 2 percent of the U.S. population is made up of farm and ranch [...]

  • Texas watermelon

Texas watermelon crop looks good

According to most reports, the watermelon crop across the state is faring well. Dr. Larry Stein, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension [...]

  • cotton blight

New development could help control bacterial blight in cotton

A devastating disease that wiped out thousands of acres of cotton annually is back. And it’s affecting cotton that was [...]

  • Sonny Perdue

Three named to interim leadership positions at USDA

Just days after announcing the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will likely have to wait until September to fill several [...]

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