Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory provides tips, assessments for overwintering livestock Texas winters are infamously fickle. Each year, weather conditions range from mild temperatures with high humidity to record-setting rain, sleet and sometimes snow. Sometimes, Texas livestock experience all of these weather conditions within the same week, presenting them with health challenges. The Texas... Read More →
A Montana rancher doesn’t agree with how grizzlies are being managed on private lands. Nonetheless, he supports the species’ right to exist and is using the non-lethal methods to protect his property.
In the Tom Miner Basin near Yellowstone National Park, a ranching family has worked to live alongside grizzly bears by modifying their own behaviors and livestock, and by adopting unique technology.
As the grizzly population has grown, so too has the political divide in the country and Montana. How will polarization shape the future of grizzlies, a species that can be both revered and divisive?
The award-winning Ranchers Leasing Workshop will be held four times in 2022.
Award-winning program focuses on grazing, hunting and livestock leases The award-winning Ranchers Leasing Workshop will be held four times in 2022. The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service programs are scheduled for Jan. 10 in Hallsville, Jan. 11 in Wylie; Feb. 8 in Brenham and Sept. 13 in Kerrville. The Rancher’s Leasing Workshop is $50, and preregistration is... Read More →
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The global temperature is rising, and it is having an impact on the livestock industry.
A lot of factors can go into fencing decisions, in particular as some costs go up and a few materials see reduced availability.
Many people interested in agriculture would be satisfied with one job in either raising livestock, butchering, harvesting or marketing and sel…
Managing predation with canines focus of free online event Livestock guardian dogs, LGDs, and their use in deterring predators will be the focus of a Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center in San Angelo online program at 3 p.m. Nov. 18. The free webinar will be on the Zoom meeting platform and participants can preregister on... Read More →
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Steven Lastovica family initiate $500,000 endowment to benefit Texas A&M livestock judging team, students More than 500 students have called Chris Skaggs, Ph.D., coach — and thousands of others have looked for his approval as a livestock judge and judging contest superintendent over the past 35-plus years. While Skaggs is now the Texas A&M AgriLife... Read More →
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