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The Eagle: Land & Livestock Post

LAND AND LIVESTOCK POST NEWSLETTER

Land & Livestock Post

  1. Lousy little bugs: Managing lice on beef cattle

    Lice may be tiny, but they cause great harm to beef cattle. A single cow can have more than a million lice.
  2. Browning of cedar trees in Central Texas likely due to budworms

    AUSTIN -- If you live in South Central Texas and have noticed cedar trees turning brown, it is likely due to a new infestation of juniper budworms, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service entomologist.
  3. Can wheat become a crop grown statewide in Texas?

    Texas A&M AgriLife experts are hoping to grow greater interest in having agricultural producers plant wheat in some of the more "non-traditional" areas of the state for that particular crop.
  4. New A&M Equine Complex opens doors to future expansion

    Texas A&M celebrated the grand opening of the Thomas G. Hildebrand, DVM '56 Equine Complex on May 15. The $32 million dollar facility is the first phase of a planned $80 million project of the Equine Initiative.

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