A Denver City native judged the National Junior Brangus Show in Bryan/College Station.
While Memorial Day rain was a blessing for some farmers, others are dealing with seedling disease and replanting.
- The final harvest numbers for Lubbock’s biggest cash crop show that the greater Lubbock area produced 2.44 million bales of cotton in 2013. That’s down from 2012.
A local farmer shows us how he uses his iPhone and iPad to be more efficient in his farming.
A group of West Texas farmers have signed an involuntary bankruptcy petition against a company based in Terry County.
Texas Tech has partnered with local and state agriculture organizations to put on a Farm Bill Impact Forum, Monday. The goal is to help producers or anyone involved in the industry be better prepared to make decisions under the new bill.
More than 3,000 people are expected to attend the 2014 TCGA’s 107th Annual Cotton Trade Show, April 3 - 4.
Last week the Monsanto Fund announced a $2,500 donation to the Shallowater Future Farmers of America.
The nearly $1 trillion farm bill will eliminate direct payments to producers in favor of programs that will only compensate farmers if they lose money.
As Lubbock and West Texas suffer a the rapid loss of groundwater, there was a hopeful development discussed last week at the Texas Groundwater Association’s annual convention in Lubbock.