For years the question has always been, how do I know if I need to supplement my cows and what’s my best option. Start by evaluating body condition on your cows and get a forage analysis on your hay. If your hay is low in TDN but adequate in protein, you need to consider providing… Read More →
Archives for October 2022
Texas Crop and Weather Report – Oct. 12, 2022 OCTOBER 12, 2022 Texas cattle producers should be planning ahead and ready for scenarios that put them in good position to capitalize on a potentially strong post-drought cattle market, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert. Forage is in short supply going into winter following extended… Read More →
Submit your hay samples by the end of the month if you’d like to take advantage of our Hay Testing Campaign at a reduced cost. Samples can be dropped off now through October 31. Hay samples will be $5/ea. and tested for crude protein and digestibility. A hay probe is available at the office for… Read More →
Mark your calendar for the Annual Bexar County Beef Cattle Short Course Tuesday, January 10th at Palo Alto College. The event will be FREE to attend and will include dinner, several vendors, CEU opportunities and some excellent speakers. More information will be forthcoming.
Don’t forget to submit your hay samples by the end of the month if you’d to take advantage of our Hay Testing Campaign at a reduced cost. Samples can be dropped off now through the end of the month. Samples will be $5/ea. and hay will be tested for crude protein and digestibility. A hay… Read More →
The Gillespie County AgriLife Extension Service will be hosting a 5 hour CEU program Thursday, November 17th beginning at 8:00 am at their office, 38 Business Court in Fredericksburg. Topics will include ant control, weed management around water features, pesticide laws and regulations and more. See the flyer below for additional information and to register…. Read More →