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Livestock need close attention after wildfires

Kansas State Research and Extension beef veterinarian A.J. Tarpoff offers tips on how to care for livestock after the wildfires. Orphaned calves will need extra care and attention, Tarpoff said. “Fostering or grafting these calves [...]

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Ready, Set, Go! Be prepared for wildfires

By Shala Watson Multimedia Writer Officials and landowners are surveying the losses after fast-moving wildfires burned through the Texas Panhandle [...]

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Deadline approaches for TFB’s Collegiate Discussion Meet

By Shala Watson Multimedia Writer Time is running out to apply for Texas Farm Bureau’s (TFB) Collegiate Discussion Meet and [...]

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Property tax deadlines approaching

Spring brings wildflowers, fresh forage and taxes. And there are several upcoming tax deadlines Texas landowners need to be aware [...]

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Farm Mom of the Year nominations are open

By Landee Kieschnick TFB Communications Intern Farm moms play a vital role on the farm, with their families and in [...]

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Early NAFTA talks could begin soon

American trade and commerce officials could soon begin work with Canada and Mexico to renegotiate the decades-old North American Free [...]

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Warm weather leads Texas into spring

By Shala Watson Multimedia Writer Pastures across Texas are greening up. The days are getting longer. Farmers are busy planting, [...]

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Texas NRCS can help with wildfire recovery, restoration

In the wake of the wildfires that went across the Texas Panhandle the week of March 6, 2017, the USDA [...]

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State of disaster declared in six Panhandle counties

In the aftermath of the wildfires that swept across the Texas Panhandle last week, Gov. Greg Abbott declared a state [...]

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