Author Archives: megan.clayton

Generation Next: Our Turn to Ranch Schools – You’re Invited!

Registration is NOW open for the Generation Next: Our Turn to Ranch Schools! Send your children, grandchildren, or Yourself! Join us for a 2-Day Agricultural Business Start-Up School Gain ideas about operations you can add to an existing ranch Learn options for setting up grazing & wildlife leases Discuss business types, tax info, & insurance needs Exposure to all the latest land management tools & techniques   Schools Available In: San Angelo: March 5th-6th Stephenville: March 12th-13th Corpus Christi: April 9th-10th   Course Includes: 2 Days of Expert… Read More →

Huisache Biology and Management

Post Written by: Takona Tipton, Texas AgriLife Extension Summer Intern   Publication Available! The more you chop it off, the more it sprouts! Huisache, a common woody shrub found all over South Texas, is comparable to the multi-headed creature in Greek Legends called Hydra. That is, when you cut or shred the top off of a huisache plant, many more grow back in its place! The new publication called Huisache Ecology & Management addresses the plant’s growth habits and explains how landowners can treat and prevent the spread of huisache… Read More →