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Stenholm's salt cedar bill passes
WASHINGTON – The House approved H.R. 2707, legislation to preserve limited water resources by establishing new
Neugebauer names Clark deputy chief
WASHINGTON – Rep. Randy Neugebauer, R-Texas, announced he has promoted his District Director, Jimmy Clark, to the
Pulling the trigger on marketing plan
Surveys show that farmers know a lot about marketing fundamentals – they just have a difficult time making a marketing
'Ranch to Rail' day set Feb. 19
CLAYTON, N.M. – New Mexico cattle producers will have the chance to see how their cattle fit the current and future
Rain falls on some Texas wheat areas
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – Some wheat producers across the state were lucky enough to have received much needed rain in
Fipps to head Irrigation Center
COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Guy Fipps, professor and agricultural engineer with the Texas Cooperative Extension Service,
NGSP faults CRC price elections
LUBBOCK, Texas – National Grain Sorghum Producers officials had mixed reactions following USDA’s recent unveiling of
Dorr to keynote Crops Conference
LUBBOCK – Undersecretary of Agriculture Tom Dorr will be keynote speaker at the sixth annual Southwest Crops Production
Sid Brough to lead cotton ginners
NEW ORLEANS – Sid Brough, general manager of EdCot COOP Gin in Edroy, Texas, is the 2004-05 president of the National
Woody Anderson new NCC chairman
NEW ORLEANS – The National Cotton Council has selected another busy man as its chairman – the organization’s top
Texas group forms Cuba trade alliance
LUBBOCK – In an attempt to bring Texas farmers a potential $57 million in food and agricultural exports to Cuba that
Stanford named CCI president for 2004
NEW ORLEANS – David Stanford was elected president of Cotton Council International during CCI’s board meeting at the
NCGA responds to sweetener study
DUMAS, Texas -- National Corn Growers Association President Dee Vaughan says the new Central America Free Trade
Water shortage highlights hay meeting
RUIDOSO, N.M. – Drought's potential to slash hay production will be the centerpiece of discussions at this year's
Cabbage crop good, prices move higher
UVALDE, Texas – Cabbage producers are looking forward to a good crop with average prices, Texas Cooperative Extension
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