Agriculture

Texas crop, weather
View All Media/Resolutions COLLEGE STATION - - Winter weather slowed the cotton harvest in the western parts of the state, according to Texas AgriLife Extension Service...
TFB President: Today’s farmers & ranchers live in ‘interesting times’
FORT WORTH - As waves of change sweep across the nation, farmers and ranchers face a stark reality of growing regulations and higher taxes - both monumental threats to...
EIA award goes to South Texas ranch manager
(Fort Worth) - A Bellville native who grew up to become a ranch manager in South Texas was selected Sunday as Texas Farm Bureau's 2009 Excellence in Agriculture (EIA) award...
Stephenville woman wins 2009 TFB Discussion Meet
FORT WORTH-An employee with the Stephenville Chamber of Commerce claimed top prize Sunday in the annual Discussion Meet competition at the 76th Texas Farm Bureau state...
AgriLand Farm Credit Hires New Loan Officer
TYLER, Texas - AgriLand Farm Credit, a rural financing cooperative serving east, northeast and southeast Texas, recently hired Wes Chandler as a loan officer in the lending...
DeWitt County has record-setting membership year
FORT WORTH - DeWitt County Farm Bureau leaders were today recognized for accomplishing something no other county Farm Bureau in the entire nation has so far managed, when...
East Texas rancher claims top YF&R honors
(Fort Worth) - A fourth generation East Texas cattleman took home top prize in Texas Farm Bureau's 2009 Outstanding Young Farmer and Rancher Contest. Ernest...
Shelby Gonzalez crowned Miss TFB
FORT WORTH-A future first grade school teacher from Livingston was crowned the 2009 Miss TFB Saturday during the 76th annual convention of the state's largest farm...
County Farm Bureaus recognized for Membership Achievements
FORT WORTH - County Farm Bureaus from across the state were recognized for membership achievements in a number of categories here today at the Texas Farm Bureau 76th annual...
TEXAS FARM BUREAU NEWS
((WACO) - Texas grocery shoppers getting ready for a traditional Turkey Day feast will need a bit over three $10 bills to buy the fixings, according to the first ever...
Got pine trees? Learn how to protect them at the Southern Pine...
Nov. 23, 2009 COLLEGE STATION, Texas - The little black bugs that infest pine trees each summer aren't that uncommon, but the havoc they are creating this year is,...
Think Texas: Family Land Heritage
At a special ceremony earlier this year, the Texas Department of Agriculture inducted 78 Texas farms and ranches, located in 60 counties across the Lone Star State, into...
Think Texas:
For years now, many of us have heard that childhood obesity is a serious problem, costing Texas taxpayers and businesses billions of dollars. In an effort to combat this...
Texas crop, weather
COLLEGE STATION - - Where weather permitted, harvesting of cotton, soybeans, hay and other crops continued in many parts of the state, according to Texas AgriLife Extension...
AGRICULTURE SECRETARY VILSACK URGES FARMERS AND BUSINESSES TO APPLY...
WASHINGTON, Nov. 23, 2009 - Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today urged farmers and business owners to apply for grants to add value to the commodities they produce. The...