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TFB is disappointed in actions taken by the Texas Department of Agriculture that stopped the use of cattle...
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Texas farmers and ranchers impacted by retaliatory tariffs welcome the temporary relief measures announced by...
Texas farmers and ranchers need resolutions reached in the current trade dispute.
Agriculture is bearing the brunt of retaliation by trading partners at a time when farmers can’t afford it.
Modern ag was built on the good old days, and the best is yet to come.
Scattered showers fell across Texas, but it’s not enough to break the drought.
Practice food safety this Fourth of July holiday.
Big or small, most farms in Texas are family farms.
Today, the U.S. House passed the 2018 Farm Bill in a 213 to 211 vote.