Cold days. Long hours. Farm and ranch chores must still be done.
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Texas farmers and ranchers are excited by Scott Pruitt’s nomination to lead the EPA.
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More than 900 TFB voting delegates considered state and national policy resolutions at the annual meeting.
The retail grocer is an essential link in the chain that gets food from the field to the table.
McCulloch County Farm Bureau was recognized for their efforts to connect with the community on food and...
Shelby County Farm Bureau was recognized for responding to the needs of local ranchers.
Cherokee County Farm Bureau was recognized for their emergency livestock handling training program.
Alisha Schwertner of Moore County earned the title of Texas Farm Bureau’s 2016 Discussion Meet winner.
TFB President Russell Boening delivers his presidential address during the 83rd annual meeting.
Marcus and Amy Halfmann of Garden City are named the winners of the 2016 Texas Farm Bureau Outstanding Young...