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National Egg Month is egg-citing!

By Jessica Domel Feeling a little fried? Scrambling for something to cook today? This month, we’re celebrating an eggcellent source of protein that is sure to please both your family and their taste buds. Whether you like them brown, white or even green, eggs are a versatile part of a balanced diet. At about 19 [...]

Too much or not enough?

By Justin Walker Too much. Or not enough. It’s the never-ending challenge with moisture and agriculture. This year is no different. The Lone Star State has faced wild weather this spring—torrential rains, flooding, hailstorms and tornados. It’s a far cry from the drought conditions that once plagued a majority of the state. But the wet [...]

May 14, 2019|Categories: Cotton, Drought, Featured, Water|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Texas brings the beef

By Julie Tomascik A cow here. A cow there. Cows everywhere! That’s because Texas is the top beef-producing state in the nation, and raising cattle is the largest part of Texas agriculture. What does that mean for you as a consumer? Tasty, flavorful beef in all forms on your table. Did you know one 1,300-lb. [...]

May 7, 2019|Categories: Beef, Featured, Texas Agriculture|Tags: , |1 Comment

Planting a seed for the love of agriculture

By Jennifer Dorsett I’ll never forget my first garden. I planted the seeds. Watered them. And tiny green sprouts began to emerge several days later. With more water throughout the growing season, some fertilizer and a watchful eye, I grew a nice little crop in my garden. I was proud of my work. The experience [...]

April 30, 2019|Categories: Featured|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Changing demographics in ag reflect more women, young farmers

By Justin Walker Times are changing. That’s true for agriculture, as well. Technology. Consumer demands. Prices. But that’s not all. Farm demographics in Texas and the United States are changing, too. Women and young farmers and ranchers are doing their part in agriculture, breaking stereotypes and pursuing their passions. In the recently released 2017 Census [...]

April 23, 2019|Categories: Featured, Texas Agriculture|Tags: , , |0 Comments