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East Texas Ag News: The latest cattle and hay numbers

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East Texas Ag News: Tips on planting potatoes in your spring garden

If you’re planning to plant potatoes this season, your potatoes should be cut and curing.

East Texas Ag News: Utilizing winter forage

February is the beginning of the transition for many stockmen to fully utilize winter forage.

East Texas Ag News: Best time to prune fruit trees

February is the proper time to prune fruit trees. Pruning helps promote large, well-flavored fruit.

East Texas Ag News: Environmental Cues

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East Texas Ag News: Cold frames can extend gardener’s growing season

East Texas Ag News: How to better care for your pasture

Looking for ways to take better care of your pastures?

East Texas Ag News: Cattle Tips

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East Texas Ag News: This week’s cattle and hay numbers

Here are the latest numbers for cattle and hay producers from the East Texas Livestock Market report out of Crockett.

East Texas Ag News: Benefits of pruning trees and shrubs

Now that we’re well into the winter season, it’s time to prune your trees and shrubs.

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East Texas Ag News: Preparing your soil for growing onions

If you’re looking to add onions to your garden, now is the perfect time to start planting.

East Texas Ag News: Preparing for the 2019 hay season

2018 was a difficult year for hay producers across the lone star state.

East Texas Ag New: How to properly apply nutrients to soil

If you’re laying out a lot of fertilizer to overcome nutrient deficiencies, you could be doing more harm than good.

East Texas Ag News: This week’s cattle and hay numbers

This week’s cattle and hay numbers

East Texas Ag News: Tune up sprayer in winter to help with spring herbicide applications

Now’s a good time to start your sprayer maintenance before the active spraying season begins.

East Texas Ag News: How to reduce cold stress in cattle

Cold stress in cattle can reduce weight gain, pregnancy rates, and calf survival.

East Texas Ag News: Testing Soil PH Levels

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East Texas Ag News: Tips on early planting for spring gardens

If you plan on planting broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, collards, kale, lettuce or parsley then now is the time to plant your seeds inside.

East Texas Ag News: Cattle and hay numbers

Here are the latest numbers for cattle and hay producers.

East Texas Ag News: High protein winter supplements for cattle

Many stockmen in the area are in the midst of stretching their hay supplies.

East Texas Ag News: What can you plant in winter months?

Unlike other parts of the country, the ground here in East Texas doesn’t freeze.

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East Texas Ag News: Avoid tilling saturated soil when prepping garden

It's that time of year where many gardeners are getting an itch to till and work up their garden soil.

East Texas Ag News: Soil testing for hay fields

Soil testing is one of the easiest methods to measure the productivity and input costs of your pasture and hay meadows.

East Texas Ag News: Feeding birds in the winter months

Keep a look out at your feeders.

East Texas Ag News: Hay prices for this week

Due to the new year holiday, we do not have updated cattle numbers Thursday.

East Texas Ag News: Wind Shelter

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East Texas Ag News: Seed planting tips for the new year

You can start the new year off planting seeds in your garden.

East Texas Ag News: Supplementing Protein

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East Texas Ag News: This week’s hay prices

Due to the recent Christmas holidays, there are no cattle numbers.

East Texas Ag News: Keeping laying hens productive in winter

Keeping laying hens productive through the winter months means keeping them well fed, well-watered, healthy, and comfortable.

East Texas Ag News: Wood ashes can be used for landscape fertilizer

Many East Texans are wondering the best way to dump their ashes after burning fires throughout winter.

East Texas Ag News: Treating pets for fleas in the winter

While there are fewer fleas in your yard right now, it’s not the same for your pets.

East Texas Ag News: Resting soil is essential to healthy gardens

The term fallow ground isn’t widely used anymore, but it’s a common agricultural practice to let the soil rest and restore the soil structure and biological li

East Texas Ag News: Cockroaches

East Texas Ag News: Cockroaches

East Texas Ag News: Building your garden soil

If your garden has some fallow areas that need building, the Winter months are an excellent time to add organic matter, which is beneficial to all soils.

East Texas Ag News: Not too late to plant pansies

There’s still time to plant pansies. These colorful annuals will live through the Winter and be a great Spring plant.