Agriculture

In efforts to support educational efforts for area producers, the Panola County Beef and Forage Committee in conjunction with Panola AgriLife Extension enlists the support of not only Texas A&M AgriLife Specialist but also seek assistance from industry experts to develop and conduct Quarterly Industry Breakfast meetings in conjunction with multi-county day seminars, night clinics and field days throughout the year to support area producers in selecting the correct management options to increase returns on investments during the current and foreseeable future.


Ag Industry Breakfast Quarterly Meeting

Topic: Fire Ant Management in Lawns and Pasture, 1 Gen C.E.U.
July 7, Expo Hall, 7:00am


Panola Landowners Conference

Save the date! August 26
More info to come

Topics & Speakers:
Stay tuned for more information!

Management of Internal Parasites

Many times, in the cattle industry, producer’s profitability is so slim that the smallest management decisions can be the difference between a positive or negative return. With this in mind, we need to remember that even though many producers cannot influence the average market prices, we can control some of the price variations we see at the auction barns and other market outlets by following sound market-management practices. Read more here.


Selecting Laying Breeds for Backyard Poultry

When selecting laying hens for your backyard, you need to consider what it is that you expect from your chickens…. Read more here!


Soil Testing

Soil testing is offered through The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Soil, Water and Forage Testing Laboratory. Information on how to collect and send samples, soil fertility recommendations, fertilizer calculations and more can be found by clicking here!


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