In January, the Food and Drug Administration introduced a final rule that regulates the use of veterinary feed […]
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) partnered with the High Plains Underground Water Conservation […]
The United Sorghum Checkoff Program and the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Services are teaming up to […]
The 2016-2017 cotton crop year on the High Plains exceeded the expectations of many, including Plains Cotton Cooperative […]
The drone industry is up in the air, but continues to grow rapidly allowing agriculturists like David […]
Wildfires are known for their destructive and reckless behavior on the South Plains. However, Robin Verble, Ph.D., in […]
Victim to a fashion industry that prioritized quantity over quality, what was once held in such high esteem is now seen as trivial to most consumers. Imitated, an imposter yet a successor: cotton has a copy.
After graduating from Texas Tech in 2009, Braden Gruhlkey had to make a tough choice: would he be an ag teacher, or would he pursue the difficult and risky lifestyle of being a farmer?
The Texas Alliance for Water Conservation is working to help farmers utilize technology to conserve underground water. The […]
As preparation for the 2018 Farm Bill begins, state and national farm groups are ramping up their advocacy […]
The National Sorghum Producers (NSP) and Stoller USA hope to show off sorghum’s yield potential by having growers compete in its […]
The High Plains Wine and Food Foundation of Texas held the annual Cork and Pork event on March […]
“I love the challenges I am given every day,” Piña said. “Challenges keep life spicy.”
“It is time for this younger generation to start taking over the reins and learning how our industry works and what it takes to keep it going.”
It was just an idea. But it wasn’t just one person’s idea. They all saw the need for […]
“We pulled ourselves up out of the ashes of the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl, and we built the most efficient, safest and productive food production system that the world has ever known.”
“CommonGround is all about women on the farm and being able to connect with consumers,” said Pruitt. “More than 80 percent of food buyers are female, which is why it is so important that we make those connections.”
Spurs scraping against the porch steps, Cooper swipes off his hat and shuffles his way inside his simple ranch home. Kissing Holly on the forehead, he scoops up his baby girl and says a silent prayer of thankfulness for the life he feels blessed to live and the dream he gets to live daily.
There is no better program that the kids can do basically the same thing as every other kid and be treated the exact same.
Search Engines. Almanacs. Keyboards. Tractors. Blog posts. Commodity prices. Farmers. The internet.
Being in the dairy industry is all Brad Bouma has ever known. Little did he know, he would soon play a major role in what is now one of the quickest growing milk companies in the country.
What do your favorite pair of blue jeans and the apple you ate for breakfast have in common? At some point in time, a pollinator helped set the process in motion to get a crop from the field to you.