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Earl’s Apparel approved to make 6,000 masks for Crockett businesses

All the masks would be assembled in Crockett and made entirely from products sourced in the US.

  East Texas Ag News: Texas hay prices remain firm to steady this week

  East Texas Ag News: Cattle prices higher this week

  East Texas Ag News: This hay prices steady to firm throughout Texas

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

  East Texas Ag News: This week’s hay trades steady in all regions of Texas

  East Texas Ag News: This week’s cattle prices

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Raising Cane’s coming to Lufkin

East Texas Ag News: This week’s hay prices

  East Texas Ag News: Cattle prices down this week

JCPenney announces stores in Lufkin, Palestine closing

East Texas Ag News: Cattle prices lower compared to last week

  East Texas Ag News: Hay trades remain steady in most regions of Texas

  East Texas Ag News: Cattle prices higher this week

Compared to last week, all weight class averages of both feeder steers and heifers ended a full three to five dollars higher, according to the East Texas Livestock report out of Crockett.

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

The USDA weekly hay report for the state of Texas says trades are mostly steady in all regions and firm in south Texas.

  East Texas Ag News: This week’s cattle prices slightly higher

Compared to last week, all weight classes of both feeder steers and heifers ended 2 to 5 dollars higher.

  East Texas Ag News: Texas hay prices remain steady this week

The USDA weekly hay report for the state of Texas says hay trades are mostly steady in all regions.

  East Texas Ag News: Cattle prices steady to slightly higher this week

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

East Texas Ag News: Not “Murder Hornets” but Cicada Killers

  East Texas Ag News: Cattle prices remain steady this week

East Texas Ag News: Termite Swarms

  Salon, barbershop owners have mixed feelings about governor’s announcement

  East Texas Ag News: This week’s hay prices steady in all regions of Texas

Here is the USDA weekly hay report for the state of Texas.

  East Texas Ag News: Cattle prices higher this week

Compared to last week, averages for all weight classes of feeder steers and heifer ended between three and six dollars higher, according to East Texas Livestock report out of Crockett.

Texas Workforce Commission hosts Facebook Live to answer unemployment questions

Texas Workforce Commission hosts Facebook Live to answer unemployment questions

  East Texas Ag News: Hay trades remain steady this week

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

  East Texas Ag News: This week’s cattle prices down from last week

Compared to last week the front end of both feeder steers and heifer class averages ended from 3 to 7 dollars weaker.

  VIDEO: UT Tyler professor talks stock market, economic outlook

KLTV’s Arthur Clayborn spoke to Harold Doty, professor of management at the University of Texas at Tyler.

  East Texas Ag News: This week’s cattle prices

Here are the prices for cattle from the East Texas Livestock report out of Crockett.

East Texas Ag News: Getting your lawn ready for summer

Timing advice for watering, fertilizing, and weeding for your yard.

Denver Mattress Company ramps up production of face masks and distributing face shields in the fight against COVID-19

Denver Mattress Company ramps up production of face masks and distributing face shields in the fight against COVID-19

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

The USDA weekly hay report for the state of Texas says hay trades are steady in all regions.

  East Texas Ag News: Cattle prices lower this week

Compared to last week all feeder steers and heifer class averages ended 7 to 12 dollars lower.

  East Texas Ag News: Texas hay trades steady in all regions this week

Here’s a look at the USDA weekly hay report for the state of Texas.

  East Texas Ag News: Cattle prices higher as Covid-19 fears empty supermarket shelves

Here are the latest numbers for cattle.

  East Texas Ag News: This week’s hay prices remain steady in most regions

he USDA weekly Texas hay report says hay trades are steady in all regions, except for south Texas where trades are firm to 10 dollars higher.

  East Texas Ag News: Cattle prices down because of Coronavirus fears

Compared to last week all feeder steers and heifers averages ended 7 to 10 dollars lower.

East Texas Ag News: Hay prices steady across the state

Here’s a look at the USDA weekly Texas hay report.

  East Texas Ag News: Coronavirus scare affecting cattle future board

We’re looking into cattle prices from the East Texas Livestock report out of Crockett.

  East Texas Now: Hay prices moderate this week

The USDA weekly Texas hay report says hay demand is moderate at best across the state.

East Texas Ag News: This week’s hay prices

Here’s the USDA weekly Texas hay report.

  East Texas Ag News: This week’s cattle prices

We’re looking at the prices for the cattle market from the East Texas Livestock report out of Crockett.

Pier 1 files for bankruptcy, hopes to sell company

Pier 1 said Monday it will pursue a sale, with a March 23 deadline to submit bids.

  East Texas Ag News: Winter weather boosts winter hay crops

A very chilly start with temperatures dropping to freezing or just below.

  East Texas Ag News: Weather conditions affect cattle prices

This week’s recent weather caused all weight class averages from 400 pounds and lighter to end uneven and drop about 4 dollars.

  East Texas Ag News: 2020 growing season behind on rainfall

Preparations and planting in south Texas are kicking off the 2020 growing season, but the region, like much of the state, is behind on rainfall, according to Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service specialists.

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

Feeder steers and heifers class averages weighing 500 pounds and down ended around 2 to 4 dollars higher compared to last week.

  East Texas Ag News: Timber tax workshop to help refresh landowners knowledge of tax laws

Now that it’s tax season, we’re looking at how forest landowners can refresh their knowledge of timber tax laws.

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

Compared to last week’s livestock market the higher quality of both feeder steers and heifers ended a full 3 to 5 dollars lower.

  East Texas Ag News: Details on online wine making workshop

If you’re thinking about entering or expanding efforts in the winemaking industry then there’s a workshop coming up for you.

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

Compared to last week’s livestock market, all feeder steer and heifer weight class averages finished firmly to a dollar fifty higher on the heavier classes.

  East Texas Ag News: Tips on grazing pregnant heifers in winter

Winter annual pastures like ryegrass, wheat, and oat are great resources to reduce hay and supplementation needs in cow-calf operations.

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

Here are the latest cattle and hay numbers for this week.

  East Texas Ag News: Time to plant fruit trees and vines

Many things can be planted in east texas this time of year, and fruit trees and vines are at the top of the list.

  East Texas Ag News: Americans eating more bacon

The National Pork board reported that consumption of bacon increased 2.4 percent in the United States from 2001 to 2013.

What’s in your soil?

Perhaps nothing is more therapeutic than digging in wonderful, dark, rich soil. Your shovel cuts easily down thru the soft, crumbly soil and is wonderful.

  East Texas Ag News: January best month for transplanting plants

If you are considering digging and moving a plant from one spot to another in the landscape, January is the month to accomplish this job.

  East Texas Ag News: Tips on controlling pests with non-chemical methods

Although pesticides can be useful, they can also be dangerous if used carelessly or stored improperly.

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

Here are the latest cattle and hay numbers.

  East Texas Ag News: Composting yard waste good for environment

Each year millions of tons of leaves, grass clippings, tree limbs, weeds, organic debris, and other yard wastes end up in Texas landfills.

  East Texas Ag News: Tips on which leaves to use to build up soil

Have you ever heard of incorporating leaves into your soil to build it up?

  East Texas Ag News: Importance of good soil in vegetable gardens

As you get excited about a new garden site this year, don’t forget to use good soil.

Give Back Box turns your old stuff into a charitable donation

Knock out your holiday de-cluttering and support local charities at the same time!

  East Texas Ag News: Growing onions in your spring garden

Yellow, white, and red onions grow very well in local home gardens.

  East Texas Ag News: This week’s hay trades remain steady

The USDA weekly Texas hay report says hay trades were mostly steady compared to last week.

  East Texas Ag News: Tips on planning a vegetable garden

With a new year, many are excited about getting going on a garden.

  East Texas Ag News: Birds are showing up at the feeders

Goldfinches, tufted titmouse, black-capped chickadees and other birds will be showing up at feeders during this time of year.

  East Texas Ag News: This week’s hay trade

The USDA weekly Texas hay report says hay trades were mostly steady compared to last week.

  East Texas Ag News: Start your spraying maintenance for the spraying season

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

  East Texas Ag News: Give wild hogs space

This morning we have more warnings about wild pigs for you.

  East Texas Ag News: Wild hogs encroach into increasingly urbanized areas

Wild pigs cause more than 52 million dollars in agricultural damage in Texas each year.

  East Texas Ag News: Tips on handling cattle

Understanding that cattle are herd animals can make it easier to handle them.

  East Texas Ag News: What to do with fall leaves in yard?

It’s common that many yards are covered in leaves this time of year due.

East Texas Ag News: Pruning safe through March for most shrubs and woody trees

County extension agents in Overton want to remind you you don’t have to do major pruning in December.

  East Texas Ag News: Good nutritional program important for beef quality

A good nutritional program is an important part of beef quality assurance.

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

Here are the latest cattle and hay numbers.

  East Texas Ag News: Import restrictions could raise tomato prices

Tomato prices could rise on the heels of an import restriction to look closer at produce for a disease that could pose a threat to Texas crops, according to Texas A&M Agrilife extension service experts.

  East Texas Ag News: Texas agencies working to save the monarch butterfly population

Agencies across Texas are working together to systematically determine the location and extent of monarch butterfly roadkill on our roadways.

  East Texas Ag News: Texas pecan crop exceeding expectations

Pecan quality and quantities around Texas are exceeding early expectations, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service horticulturist expert.

  East Texas Ag News: Injectable antibiotics no longer available at feed stores

Cattle producers across the state will no longer be able to grab injectable antibiotics for their cattle at their local feed store.