How the largest monthly numbers in over 12 years victimize & kill innocent Americans By Hans von Spakovsky WASHINGTON, D.C. (Texas Insider Report) — The Border Patrol intercepted more than…

AgriLife Extension 2019 alternative crop replanting guide now available online

Writer: Susan Himes, 325-657-7315, Susan.Himes@ag.tamu.edu Contacts: Dr. Calvin Trostle, 806-723-8432, ctrostle@ag.tamu.edu Dr. Maeda Murilo, 806-746-6101, Murilo.Maeda@ag.tamu.edu Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service cotton specialist Dr. Murilo Maeda discusses cotton crop damage…

“This large group from Africa further demonstrates the complexity and severity of the Border Security & Humanitarian Crisis at our Southwest Border.” AUSTIN, Texas (Texas Insider Report) — “We didn’t…

Texas Crop and Weather Report – June 4, 2019

Fruit season looks above average for producers UVALDE – Harvest has been peachy so far for fruit producers this season, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert. Conditions…

“They have received the message loud and clear. Bring a child, and you will be released.“ AUSTIN, Texas (Texas Insider Report) — With five months remaining in the federal government’s…

Texas Crop and Weather Report – May 21, 2019

Carryover hay supplies tight with 2019 season off to slow start COLLEGE STATION – Texas’ carryover hay supplies are low, and production is off to a slow start due to…

Texas Crop and Weather Report – May 14, 2019

Rainfall amounts double statewide average since April 1 A corn field stands in water following rains. (Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service photo by Adam Russell) COLLEGE STATION – April showers…

Texas Crop and Weather Report – May 7, 2019

Texas corn off to good start COLLEGE STATION – The majority of planted Texas corn acres have emerged amid good soil moisture profiles to start the growing season, said a…

Texas Crop and Weather Report – April 30, 2019

Sorghum acres expected to decrease despite excellent growing conditions COLLEGE STATION – Sorghum acres are expected to decrease amid excellent growing conditions because of an ongoing trade dispute, said a…

Obama Admin prosecuted nearly 500,000 Illegal Immigrants, Figures Show Texas Insider Report: WASHINGTON, D.C. — While the Criminal Prosecution of illegal immigrants has been a hot-button issue during much of…

Texas Crop and Weather Report – April 16, 2019

Egg prices lower than last year, but could see seasonal spike COLLEGE STATION – Consumers could see a seasonal spike in egg prices as demand increases for baking and dying…

Lindsey Hendrix: Thanks for joining us for this special episode of Texas A&M Health Talk. At South by Southwest this year, Dr. Carrie Byington, vice chancellor for health services at…

We all should know by now: the crisis at the border is real & rapidly getting worse Texas Insider Report: AUSTIN, Texas — After the busiest February at the border…

Texas Crop and Weather Report – April 9, 2019

Texas wheat acres looking good for grazing, grain, forage COLLEGE STATION – Texas wheat fields look good, but the next few months will determine yield outcomes, according to Texas A&M…

More than 120,000 apprehended so far this fiscal year, at least 25,000 more likely escaped capture Texas Insider Report: AUSTIN, Texas — Catholic Charities in San Antonio says that more…

Texas Crop and Weather Report – April 2, 2019

Texas fruit crop looks good following freeze COLLEGE STATION – Texas fruit crops appear set for a good year, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert. Peach trees…

Texas Crop and Weather Report — March 26, 2019

Texas A&M AgriLife horticulturist Patrick Dickinson offers landscape tips for spring. (Texas A&M agriLife photo by Gabe Saldana) Horticulturist: Plan before planting for best results Contact: Patrick Dickinson, 972-952-9673, Patrick.Dickinson@ag.tamu.edu…

Texas Master Naturalist intern training to begin April 6 in Amarillo

Writer: Kay Ledbetter, 806-677-5608, skledbetter@ag.tamu.edu Contact: Megan Eikner, 806-373-0713, megan.eikner@ag.tamu.edu AMARILLO – Anyone interested in spending time outdoors and helping manage natural resources and natural areas can sign up for…

A&M Consolidated a capella group advances

The A&M Consolidated High School vocal ensemble, A-Side, placed second at the International Competition for High School A Capella (ICHSA) Southwest Quarterfinal. Source: The Eagle Culture & Lifestyle

AgriLife Extension to sponsor cotton marketing workshop April 3 in Lubbock

Contact:  Jackie Smith, 806-746-6101, Jackie.Smith@ag.tamu.edu LUBBOCK — Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will sponsor a free cotton marketing workshop in Lubbock before the Texas Cotton Ginners Association, or TCGA, annual…