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Focus will be on options to reduce winter feeding costs An online learning event, “Reduce Winter Feeding with Stockpiled Forage and Winter Pasture,” will be held Aug. 26. The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service event will discuss how to significantly reduce hay feeding needs. The program is presented by Vanessa Corriher-Olson, Ph.D., AgriLife Extension forage... Read More →

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Texas A&M AgriLife helps formulate new fish diets with protein substitutes The U.S. is the top producer of hybrid striped bass, and a Texas A&M AgriLife team is working to improve the fishes’ health, growth and productivity by developing effective nutritional strategies to substitute fishmeal and other protein feedstuffs in the farmed bass diets. Aquaculture... Read More →

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Dear Annie: I recently met someone on a business trip at our company’s office in Arizona. Although we work for the same company, we are not in…

New research to create database identifying cows best suited for heat Courtney Daigle is looking for dairy cows that can take the heat without skipping a beat. With heat stress increasingly becoming a part of life in places not historically hot, there is a need to determine which cows are best suited to deal with... Read More →

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