In the Rio Grande Valley, a canal system designed more than a century ago for agriculture still delivers water to the region’s lush farmland and fast-growing towns and cities.
The praying mantid might seem serene, but it’s actually a pretty vicious predator. Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert Wizzie Brown says they’ll eat just about anything – including their mating partner during the mating process.
A new $10 million will support research on how farmers and ranchers can adapt to a drier environment than they’re used to.
Tens of thousands of youth have purchased the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Veterinary Science Certificate Program curriculum book as the program’s reputation and popularity spreads from Texas to every U.S. state and as far away as Japan.
An extensive report on the U.S. cattle market, including information on supply chain disruptions, has been completed by the Agricultural and Food Policy Center, AFPC.
In response to a request from Congress and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, USDA, the Agricultural and Food Policy Center, AFPC, at the Department of Agricultural Economics in the Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences have completed an extensive report on the U.S. cattle market, including information on supply chain disruptions.
The Western diet is packed with sugar, but what does that mean for eating sweet, antioxidant-rich fruits?
A fish that has been swimming in the tanks of neuroscientists for years has just been classified as a brand new species.
The Danionella Cerebrum, a clear fish with a pink stained nervous system, has been swimming in front of scientists, undetected, for years.
The Department of Animal Science in the Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is the recipient of a five-year, multi-million-dollar gift to help fund the planned $9.9-million Animal Reproductive Biotechnology Center and a professorship in the program.