Cotton Row Clothier is a local business that supports the local cotton industry and connects Texas Tech supporters with products made with 100% cotton.
Dean Krehbiel joined the Davis College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources in January taking over the reins as dean.
Growing up in the Golden State of California, Emma Taber has always been surrounded by color. For as long as she can remember, she has always encompassed color theory and had a creative edge.
The word ‘sustainability’ can mean different things to different people. In agriculture, sustainability has taken center stage when it comes to how farmers and ranchers plan to ensure the future of their livelihoods. Commodity organizations are increasingly tasked with understanding how the crops they represent can fit into the sustainability conversation.
Chelsea Hatch, of Plainview, Texas, is paving her way in the agricultural education industry.
Cotton is an industry backed by research, funded by producers.
Urzula Carrillo, a first-generation student, from Dallas, Texas, transferred to Texas Tech University to be a part of […]
Trevor Johnson of Crowell, Texas, bleeds red and black. As a Texas Tech University agricultural and applied economics […]
The Ogallala Aquifer has been the main source of agricultural and municipal expansion across the High Plains for the last hundred years. Due to its use, farmers today have seen this non-renewable resource slowly recede, producing less water for the high demands asked of it.
In 2020, following Covid-19, Scott Burris, Ph.D., chair for the Department of Agricultural Education and Communications, and his team implemented three value statements that would go on to shape the department into what it is now. The values served as a road map for navigating the unusual and trying time that they would soon face. Go Beyond, Invest in Others, and Create a Collaborative Culture are demonstrated daily amongst the students and faculty.
The Texas Tech University Meat Science program provides hands-on experiential learning for all students.
Towering above the landscape in the southwest corner of the National Ranching Heritage Center grounds, the Canon Ranch Eclipse Windmill is an iconic image of western heritage and culture among the cityscape of Lubbock, Texas.
Jillian Pfeuffer quickly fell in love with the animal science program at Texas Tech and wanted to become more involved with the Davis College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.
Dedication is the word that commonly describes the Texas Tech Ranch Horse Team.
Derek Rios considers himself a non-traditional ag student from Hilmar, California.
Brashears is excited to bring her experiences she gained in Washington D.C., back to her career at Texas Tech and incorporate those skills into her everyday roles as a faculty member. From teaching students, to leading several research projects, she will now be able to add a new dimension to the work that she is currently doing.
Shae Suttle is now a junior animal science major with a concentration in meat science major at Texas Tech. Concluding her 2020 judging year, Texas Tech came out on top as national champions. Suttle and her team did an amazing job of upholding Texas Tech’s meat judging team’s winning reputation.
“I mean, it’s those kinds of things that are the cool moments, the cool memories,” Doerfert said. “It’s not the awards. It’s those moments when I see someone successful because maybe I had a little bit to do with it. That’s my reward. That’s the thing that make me happy.” – David Doerfert
The Sorghum Checkoff continues to seek ways to connect international buyers to U.S. sorghum. If seeing is believing, they hope to continue promoting the belief in the superiority of U.S. sorghum by providing buyers with opportunities to see their product – whether that be traditionally or virtually.
Shafer developed a passion for landscape design by qualifying for the national landscape design contest through FFA. This opened his mind up to the concept of landscape design, which led him to want to pursue a career in landscape architecture.
What was known as a meat shortage to many felt like an opportunity for Raider Red Meats to shine.
Sitting in an office surrounded by taxidermy, maps of Texas and legal documents, Captain Aryn Corley gives a flawless impersonation of Superman amidst countless jokes and belly laughter that can be heard down the hall.