Agriculture
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There are two old horses in the south side of Austin County that are kept in small pens and are emaciated from a lack of appropriate food, water, shelter, and exercise. more
Two weeks ago, the Sealy FFA Officer Team represented Sealy’s chapter at the Texas FFA State Convention held in Fort Worth. more
The Katy Prairie Conservancy’s Native Plants Program received a $5,000 grant from Wells Fargo this month. more
Receipts – 660 compared to 703 last week more
Since one-third of the name of this column is Wildlife, it’s my duty from time to report on unusual critter cavortings. more
Recently, the Extension Education Association of Austin County donated funds to several nonprofit organizations in Austin County. more
Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo officials presented 79 students from across Texas with nearly $1.6 million in scholarships during the Area Go Texan Scholarship Banquet. more
We saw our first fawn on May 15. That seemed earlier than in some years. more
Industry, Texas For Tuesday, May 14, 2019 more
Tick season is here and flea season is soon to follow. more
Being the rookie on my first deer lease, I was rightfully treated as such by the veterans. more
How many means are there to spend leisure time along the Texas Gulf Coast? Let me count the ways! more
Receipts – 884 compared to 866 last week Trend – Steady more
Feared by many, but embraced by millions (including the medical field) the honey bee has been an attribute in scores of ways in today’s society. more
Receipts – 866 compared to 712 last week. Trend – Steady on good active market. more
An account of some kids on the Texas Game Warden’s field report this week reminded me how ignorant some lawbreakers are. more
Receipts – 712 compared to 644 last week. Trend – 2-4 higher on good active market. more
For years, I thought there were only four rivers in Texas – the Neches, near where I lived, the Sabine that had that scary bridge crossing to Louisiana that was almost at water level and ... more
Texas wing shooters can begin marking their calendars for the 2019-20 hunting seasons, with minimal changes over last year’s schedule. more
Attending the District 11 Extension Education Spring Conference on April 10 the St. John Parish Hall near El Campo were Doris Glenewinkel, Jessie Kokemor, Barbara Vohs, Gladys Frank, Karen Landrum, as a guest Aubrey Landrum, and Texas A&M AgriLife FCH Agent Michelle Wright. more
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