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Survey Reveals Consumer Confusion About Food Labels

A new survey reveals three things about modern agriculture that confuse consumers the most. By: Amanda Radke | Apr 04, 2017 Modern millennial moms are fortunate to have an abundance of choices when it comes to what they want to feed their young familie …

Top 10 Traits of a Successful Grazing Land Manager

Top 10 Traits of a Successful Grazing Land Manager By Jeff Goodwin Pasture and Range Consultant Posted Apr. 1, 2017 According to recent data, the number of people moving to Southern Great Plains states like Texas is more than 1,400 per day. Private lan …

Get Outside

Studies have shown that even bite-size tastes of the great outdoors contribute to our kids’ psychological well-being and sense of self-worth. Thanks to the efforts of Texas Children in Nature, you can find dozens of outdoorsy activities across the stat …

Why Should I Brand My Cattle?

THEFT & LAW Law Enforcement Tips Why Should I Brand My Cattle? By Kristin Lewis Hawkins TSCRA Special Rangers and county law enforcement agencies strongly encourage all livestock owners to brand their cattle for the purposes of identification and p …

Lone Star State Ranks No. 2 For Relocation

Gone To Texas (Again): Lone Star State Ranks No. 2 For Relocation by Joanna England Relocation Frisco and Little Elm are strong areas for relocation, with new homes and recent builds like 5157 Sylvan Shores. We already know the “why” behind people movi …

Wind Power is an Attack on Rural America

Robert Bryce/Feb 27, 2017 Urban voters may like the idea of using more wind and solar energy, but the push for large-scale renewables is creating land-use conflicts in rural regions from Maryland to California and Ontario to Loch Ness. Since 2015, more …

How to Improve Your Land for Wildlife

How to Improve Your Land for Wildlife Editor’s Note: Jesse Raley is the marketing manager for Nativ Nurseries. Good wildlife management and increasing wildlife on the properties you own or hunt on involves much more than just planting food plots. To ha …

Texas Approves Pesticide for Wild Pigs

Hoping for ‘hog apocalypse,’ Texas approves pesticide for wild pigs Feral hogs, shown here at a ranch near Corsicana in 2012, have cost farmers millions in damage, Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller said. RON T. ENNIS Star-Telegram/Ron T. Ennis …

Stocking Rates: The First Step to Stewardship

The Cattlemanmagazine is received monthly by TSCRA members as part of their membership in the organization. By Gilda V. Bryant Sometimes it is difficult for a rancher to get a handle on stocking rates, and that may lead to overgrazing. Fortunately, cat …

America’s Next Boom Towns

America’s Next Boom Towns Joel Kotkin ,   Contributor The author is a Forbes contributor. The opinions expressed are those of the writer. Houston is one of four Texas cities to rank in our top 10. (Shobeir Ansari /Getty Images) By Joel Kotkin and Mark …