Kay Ledbetter

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Crop insurance and risk management decisions affect profits
Choosing the appropriate crop insurance product, as well as the level of coverage, is not easy, according to a Texas
Multi-paddock grazing provides efficiency and profits
Short grazing periods on multiple paddocks within a pasture can not only restore forage conditions, but also profit
High Plains Irrigation Conference Jan. 22
The latest in irrigation technology, groundwater district concerns and drought-tolerant crops will be highlighted at
North Texas Ag Conference Jan. 12
The Texas AgriLife Extension Service will host the annual North Texas Ag Conference on Jan. 12 at the Bura Handley
Fall producers’ meeting Dec. 15
Texas AgriLife Extension Service will host a fall producer’s meeting on Dec. 15 in the Activity Building in Claude,
Prescribed burning a tool for brush management 1
The sprawling JA Ranch has seen its share of fires – some intentionally set and some not. Ranch managers now are
Massive monitoring project to identify dairy air quality parameters
Optimizing expertise and equipment to get solid answers both producers and government agencies can use was the goal of
Field day to feature prescribed burn aftereffects
Landowners can get a first-hand look at the difference prescribed burning can make to ranchland five and 10 years later
AgriLife Extension meeting addresses dairy industry issues
Dairy producers have spoken and their biggest concern is water, according to a Texas AgriLife Extension Service
Producers should watch for volunteer wheat problems
The recent rainfall in the Rolling Plains region of Texas has been followed up with an explosion of volunteer wheat and
AgriLife Extension program teaches marketing savvy
Greater price volatility in agricultural markets is demanding producers develop better marketing skills to improve
AgriLife Extension program teaches ‘marketing savvy’
Greater price volatility in agricultural markets is demanding producers develop better marketing skills to improve
Irrigated, dryland grasses studied for profitability
Dr. Brent Bean, Texas AgriLife Extension Service agronomist in Amarillo, is trying to help answer a question about the
Agricultural waste pesticide collections scheduled
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and the Texas AgriLife Extension Service have scheduled three waste
Beef nutrition training planned
Extension personnel from five agencies are working together to provide the latest information to beef producers on
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