Blair Fannin

Blair
Fannin
Articles
Dr. Carl Anderson, marketing expert and friend to the cotton farmer, has died
Long-time cotton marketing analyst, Carl Anderson, dies at Texas A&M University.
Studies evaluate strategies to promote puberty in Bos-indicus calves
To maximize successful pregnancies in replacement heifers early in their first breeding season, studies conducted at Texas A&M University and at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research Station-Beeville are evaluating nutritional strategies to promote puberty consistently by 12 to 14 months of age.
Sub-surface irrigation could increase crop yield
A Texas AgriLife Research sub-surface irrigation study could reveal ways that will lead to higher crop yields and save
Hurricane prep, post-event guidelines for livestock
Experts are encouraging livestock owners to take precautions as Hurricane Alex approaches Texas, as well as providing
Sub-surface irrigation could increase crop yield
A Texas AgriLife Research sub-surface irrigation study could reveal ways that will lead to higher crop yields and save
Producers advised to rotate crop herbicides
Texas crop farmers are advised to give serious consideration to rotating herbicides as the potential for resistance to
Forage field day
Forage management options abound for beef cattle producers following historic drought conditions a year ago, according
Grain-fed cattle healthier
Grass-fed beef may not have as many healthful traits as some perceive, according to results from a recent Texas
Cuba workshop June 16
A conference on Exporting to Cuba, co-sponsored by the Texas AgriLife Extension Service, the Texas-Cuba Trade Alliance
Stiles Farm Field Day June 15
New cotton systems, row-crop fertility issues and herbicide-tolerant sorghum are a few of the topics that headline the
Texas could see increase in cotton, sorghum acres
More cotton and sorghum acres than corn could be planted by Texas farmers this year resulting from an upswing in future
Agricultural exports to Cuba fall
Agricultural exports to Cuba declined by more than $180 million in 2009, down from a record $715 million in exports set
Study finds economic impact of agricultural cooperatives
A Texas AgriLife Extension Service study that sampled 96 agricultural cooperatives across the state found they
Hussey elected president of SAAS
Dr. Mark Hussey, vice chancellor and dean for agriculture and life sciences at Texas A&M University, has been elected
Duncan joins AgriLife Extension
Dr. Robert Duncan has joined the Texas AgriLife Extension Service as assistant professor and state small grains
Connect With Us
Commodity Prices


Market Data provided by Barchart.com

Continuing Education Courses
This CE course is accredited for hours in Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico. The content focuses...
New Course
The 2,000 member Weed Science Society of America’s (WSSA) Herbicide Resistance Action...
New Course
The course details six of the primary diseases affecting citrus: Huanglongbing (Citrus...

Sponsored Introduction Continue on to (or wait seconds) ×