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U.S. pork industry important economic driver
Consumers hold the key to how quickly pork prices rebound from the dip they experienced following the current influenza
U.S. ag trade to Cuba continues upswing
U.S. agricultural exports to Cuba reached $715 million in 2008 despite turbulent global economic conditions, according
U.S. Consumers could see cheaper prices as result of Mexican government tariffs
Tariffs imposed by Mexico on grapes, onions, tomatoes and other U.S. agricultural commodities could lead to lower
Texas drought losses approach $1 billion
The state's ongoing drought has cost the state’s farmers and ranchers nearly $1 billion, and losses could continue to
Academy for Ranch Management announces burn workshops in 2009
The Academy for Ranch Management will host two prescribed burn workshops in 2009 at the Texas AgriLife Research Station
New ‘Brush and Weeds’ Texas rangeland field guide debuts
A new book authored by a team of Texas AgriLife Extension Service specialists helps identify problem plants found
Economy weighing in on beef cattle markets
It’s a mixed bag when trying to predict the future of the calf and feeder cattle markets, but there may be some good
AgriLife Research, Extension to investigate Cowhouse Creek conservation practices
A team of Texas AgriLife Research scientists and Texas AgriLife Extension Service specialists has received a $647,000
Feed, resources needed in Chambers, Jefferson counties to aid 20,000 displaced livestock
An estimated 20,000 head of displaced cattle and horses in both Chambers and Jefferson counties are in immediate need
2008 Texas drought losses estimated at $1.4 billion
Lack of rain and scorching temperatures hit Texas’ agricultural crops and beef operations hard late spring and summer,
Sorghum’s potential in alternative fuel production discussed
Sorghum is getting a close look as a major biofuel feedstock for producing alternative fuels at an international
Tips on battling high input costs for beef producers
High input costs are putting a squeeze on cattle producers, and experts at the 2008 Texas A&M Beef Cattle Short Course,
Cattle producers learn how to maintain profitability during times of high costs
Facing a triple threat of high fuel, feed and fertilizer prices, more than 1,400 cattle producers heard from experts at
Exporting-to-Cuba conference Aug. 15 in San Antonio
Producers wanting to learn more about exporting goods to Cuba can attend an Aug. 15 conference in San
New era of high expenses focus of 2008 Beef Cattle Short Course
“The New Era of High Input Costs” is the theme for the Texas A&M Beef Cattle Short Course scheduled Aug. 4-6 at Texas
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