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  • farmers.gov

USDA adds new tools, resources to farmers.gov

Farmers and ranchers have new resources available to them to prepare for and recover from impacts of natural disasters on the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) new website, farmers.gov. The site has updated tools and [...]

  • disaster area

Zavala County designated as disaster area

Farmers and ranchers in Zavala County, who suffered losses and damages due to a recent drought, may be eligible for [...]

  • fishing licenses

New hunting, fishing licenses on sale Aug. 15

New 2018-2019 Texas hunting and fishing licenses go on sale Wednesday, Aug. 15, with more than 2.4 million licenses expected [...]

  • farm bill passage

Farm Bureau, Farmers Union call for swift farm bill passage

The two largest farming groups in the United States called for swift passage of the farm bill by a congressional [...]

  • production forecasts

USDA raises crop production forecasts

By Jessica Domel Multimedia Report Trade tensions, drought and higher-than-expected yields have changed the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) forecast [...]

  • glyphosate

Monsanto to appeal Roundup lawsuit

By Jessica Domel Multimedia Reporter After 32 days at trial and three days of deliberations, a California jury on Friday [...]

  • Texas cotton

Concho Valley pastures, crops drying up

By Jessica Domel Multimedia Reporter Excessive heat, high winds and several months without significant rainfall are straining crops and rangeland [...]

  • matching grant

AITC matching grant program underway for CFBs

By Justin Walker Communications Specialist County Farm Bureaus (CFB) are once again eligible for matching grants to reimburse activities that [...]

  • pork exports

Trade tensions stymie pork exports in Mexico, China

By Jessica Domel Multimedia Reporter Demand for U.S.-grown pork was strong in the first half of 2018, but retaliatory tariffs [...]