June 23, 2009 RSS feed / Agribusiness

Emergency farm loan applications are accepted

Applications for emergency farm loans for damages and losses caused by hail, high winds and lightning that occurred April 24 or Feb. 10-11 are being accepted at the Farm Service Agency office in Hamilton County. More...

Cattle raisers urge Senate to stop Clean Water Restoration Act

The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee passed a bill out of committee that would give the federal government regulatory authority over stock tanks, drainage ditches and any water features found on family ranches despite large opposition More...

That's LIFE

Avoid problems with coyotes

The coyote is one of the most adaptive wildlife species in the world. Historically, coyotes were most commonly seen in rural and remote areas on the Great Plains of North America. More...

State FFA

Lampasas FFA adviser/agriscience instructor Dr. Steve Forsythe participated in the annual Texas FFA Awards Check and Scholarship Selection Meeting held June 11-12 at Tarleton State University in Stephenville. More...

Nominations continue for farm committees

The Lampasas-Burnet County Farm Service Agency office will accept farmer and rancher candidate nominations for local FSA county committees through Aug. 3. Elections will be held in the fall. More...

Cattle Auction

The report from the June 17 sale at Lampasas Cattle Auction is as follows. Cattle and calves: Estimated receipts 548, compared to last week at 700 and last year at 702. More...

Annual beef course slated

The 55th Annual Texas A&M Beef Cattle Short Course is Aug. 3-5 at Texas A&M University in College Station. More...