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  • young farmers

Texas young farmers, ranchers compete in Louisiana

By Julie Tomascik Editor Young farmers and ranchers from across the nation competed this week in Louisiana during the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 100th Annual Convention and IDEAg Trade Show. Texans competed in the Achievement [...]

  • Planet Agriculture

Planet Agriculture at a fair near you

Each year, millions of people attend livestock shows and rodeos across the state of Texas. Planet Agriculture, Texas Farm Bureau’s [...]

  • export

Export expansion a success in 2018

By Justin Walker Communications Specialist The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) had a successful 2018 in terms of export expansion. [...]

  • leadership conference

Eminent domain focus of TFB Leadership Conference

By Justin Walker Communications Specialist Texas farmers and ranchers will meet in Austin this month for Texas Farm Bureau’s (TFB) [...]

  • spring calving

Early evening feeding recommended for spring calving

By Justin Walker Communications Specialist Feeding your cows in the early evening could help with spring calving. It’s much easier [...]

  • tick fencing

USDA expands fever tick fencing in South Texas

By Jessica Domel Multimedia Reporter To prevent the spread of deadly cattle fever ticks into unaffected areas of Texas, the [...]

  • The 2018 Census of Agriculture is expected to be released in February 2019.

Ag Census data to be released in early 2019

By Jennifer Dorsett Field Editor New information reflecting changes and emerging trends in American agriculture is coming soon. The most [...]

  • quarantine for fever tick

Two areas released from fever tick quarantine

The Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) and U.S. Department of Agriculture Cattle Fever Tick Eradication Program (USDA-CFTEP) recently announced the [...]

  • crop insurance reform

Texas cotton farmer headed north for harvest

By Jennifer Dorsett Field Editor Cotton is king in Texas, but dry days and hot temperatures devastated the crop in [...]