Agriculture
  East Texas Ag News: This week’s hay prices remain mostly steady
  East Texas Ag News: This week’s cattle prices
East Texas Ag News: Planting trees best done in the fall
  East Texas Ag News: Hay prices remain steady this week
  East Texas Ag News: This week’s cattle prices higher compared to last week

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East Texas Ag News: Time to divide bulbs and perennials

  East Texas Ag News: Planting operations in full swing across Texas

  East Texas Ag News: Cattle prices up from last week

East Texas Ag News: Cover crops for home gardens and fields

  East Texas Ag News: Hay prices steady to firm this week

The USDA Texas Direct Hay Report says hay prices are mostly steady to firm compared to the last report.

East Texas Ag News: Agricultural businesses should consider special tax regulations and allowances

Recognize that starting an agricultural business endeavor just to save on some taxes is unwise at best. The amount of effort, overhead costs, and risk involved in raising crops or livestock takes a tremendous understanding of environmental challenges, markets, and incredible personal skill.

East Texas Ag News: Cattle prices lower this week

Compared to last week all weight class average prices ended a full 3 to 5 dollars lower with some lower quality classes off 5 to 8 dollars.

  East Texas Ag News: Update on peanut and hay crops

The Texas crop and weather report says peanut harvest is underway, and producers are expecting lower per-acre yields than last season.

  East Texas Ag News: This week’s cattle prices

This week’s market figures showed weight classes under 500 pounds and down ended 3 to 5 dollars lower compared to last week.

East Texas Ag News: Hay trades steady to firm across Texas

The USDA Texas Direct Hay Report says hay trades were mostly steady to firm across the state.

  East Texas Ag News: Cattle prices end firm to higher this week

Compared to last week, weight class average prices in the 400 pounds and lighter ended a full 4 to 7 dollars higher.