Agriculture

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

  East Texas Ag News: Cattle prices end firm to higher this week
  East Texas Ag News: Hay reports moved to biweekly due to limited sales and price changes
  East Texas Ag News: Cattle prices remain firm to higher this week
Lawn care for the fall
  East Texas Ag News: This week’s hay prices remain steady this week

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  East Texas Ag News: Cattle prices higher this week

Games called off between Hughes Springs and Winnsboro

  East Texas Ag News: Below average hay yields this week

East Texas Ag News: Read the label

  East Texas Ag News: Cattle prices weaker this week than last

Compared to last week all weight class average prices of the front-end feeder steers and heifers ended from 4 to 6 dollars weaker.

East Texas Ag News: Bamboo plants take over landscapes

Bamboos are botanical “grasses” that are perennial. We know them as one of the most difficult to control ornamental plants.

  East Texas Ag News: Hay prices remain steady this week.

The USDA weekly hay report for the state of Texas says hay trades are mostly steady to firm in all areas compared to the last report.

East Texas Ag News: This week’s cattle prices

Compared to last week, all weight class average prices of both feeder steers and heifers ended unevenly to steady.

Pond Slimes, foams, and “sheens”

Ponds can be a complex ecosystem. Certainly its an system that we can’t figure out (many times) by simply looking at the surface of water.

  East Texas Ag News: This week’s cattle prices remain steady

Compared to last week feeder steers and heifers price averages from 300 pounds and down ended mostly steady.

East Texas Ag News: San Augustine lawns require work to get rid of tough weeds

San Augustine was called the “drama queen” of turfgrasses.