The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in partnership with Minority Landowner Magazine will host a Farmer and Landowner Workshop to discuss conservation technical and financial assistance available through USDA and to provide the opportunity to demonstrate construction of a seasonal high tunnel.
The Board of Directors of Plains Cotton Cooperative Association (PCCA) today named Kevin Brinkley as president and chief executive officer of the Lubbock-based, farmer-owned cooperative effective July 1, 2015.
After the first of two votes, the Lubbock City Council is one step closer to allowing people to keep chickens inside the city limits.
The Texas wine industry seems to be on the rise, even gaining national attention, especially the growth in West Texas.
Lubbock-based Plains Cotton Growers quotes the U.S. Department of Agriculture as saying Texas cotton growers are expected to plant about 5.7 million acres of upland cotton in 2015.
Lubbock-based Plains Cotton Cooperative Association announced last week that Lonnie Winters was appointed as the interim President and Chief Executive Officer as of March 1.
Study finds that water shortages in parts of the U.S. will be worse than any in the past 1,000 years.
The most recent weekly report from the Texas Water Development Board shows Lubbock's drought condition improving and one area farmer said the recent January precipitation is helping.
The study was published online today in the National Institutes of Environmental Science’s peer-reviewed journal, Environmental Health Perspectives
Cargill Cattle Feeders LLC completed the sale of its Lockney feed yard - saving 20 jobs that might otherwise be lost.