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July 12, 2024

Ranch Horse Program on Aug. 4 kicks off annual Beef Cattle Short Course in College Station

Equine economics, joint health and renowned horse trainer on the agenda

July 11, 2024

Texas Climate-Smart Initiative announces incentives for landowners

Texas farmers, ranchers, small forest owners adopting climate-smart practices can apply to participate

A hand pushes mulch around a small green plant in a garden.
July 11, 2024

Heat exacerbates summer garden issues for Texans

AgriLife Extension July Gardening Guide

July 11, 2024

Texas A&M AgriLife garners awards from University Photographers’ Association of America

Sam Craft earns national recognition for storytelling through photos

Texas A&M Forest Service employee with white hard hat and yellow shirt uses chainsaw to cut up fallen trees
July 11, 2024

Hurricane Beryl slams into Houston area

Texas A&M Forest Service sends workers to clear fallen trees from roadways

A row of graduation plaques for the AgriLife Extension TALL program. They are mounted on wood and feature a gold seal.
July 10, 2024

AgriLife Extension leadership program announces new cohort

Governor Dolph Briscoe Jr. Texas Agricultural Lifetime Leadership program offers intensive, two-year agriculture study

Two individuals hold a net containing a large group of catfish at water surface.
July 9, 2024

Texas catfish industry remains stable despite challenges

Texas Crop and Weather Report

July 9, 2024

What really happens when you get a sunburn?

Cell injury researcher answers burning questions on the science behind sunburns

July 9, 2024

Hurricane recovery: Steps to safely begin the process

Disaster Assessment and Recovery unit provides guidance for initial response after a hurricane  

July 8, 2024

Livestock, humans at risk of painful bites as horse fly populations increase

Rainfall fueling above-normal infestations of these relentless pests

July 8, 2024

AgriLife Extension responds to Tropical Storm Beryl

Agency’s Disaster Assessment and Recovery unit assets, personnel prepared to enter storm zone

A man in protective clothing uses a drip torch to set a prescribed fire.
July 5, 2024

AgriLife Extension to host prescribed burn school July 22-24 in San Angelo

Upon successful completion, participants eligible for state certification

July 3, 2024

Hurricane preparedness for families

Start now with a plan, assemble hurricane 'go bag'

A man working in a garden holding a trowel and a pot.
July 3, 2024

‘Garden Success’ on KAMU-FM has new host; Stephen Brueggerhoff starts July 4

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service horticulturist to replace retired host Skip Richter

July 3, 2024

AgriLife Extension adds pecan, viticulture, and fruit pest management specialist in Stephenville

AgriLife Extension adds pecan, viticulture, and fruit pest management specialist in Stephenville

July 2, 2024

Texas dairy sees low milk prices, shifts in consumer demand

Texas Crop and Weather Report

July 2, 2024

Texas A&M AgriLife communicators receive national awards

Land-grant university communicators celebrated through Association for Communication Excellence

July 2, 2024

Tips to avoid heat exhaustion, heatstroke

AgriLife Extension experts warn outdoor activity requires greater precautions in heat

Blonde woman stands in exhibition hall gesturing to a large scientific poster, explaining its contents to a guest.
July 2, 2024

Texas A&M Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Evidence Center debuts first suite of studies

Seafood-consumption assessments among scientists’ presentations at leading health science conference

Two sheep in a pen look into the camera. One has been shorn while the other still has its wool.
July 1, 2024

Texas Sheep and Goat Expo set for Aug. 16-17 in San Angelo

‘Hardcore Carnivore’ Jess Pryles is guest speaker