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Quail populations, habitat the topic of May 7 gathering

A Bob White quail photographed by Jay Stine on the Stine Ranch at Benvanue and featured on the cover of the 2014 Clay County Outdoors magazine. The decline in quail populations will be the topic of discussion at an event set for May 7.

Missy HodginAgriLife Extension AgentThe Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Clay County along with UNT Quail will conduct a Quail Appreciation Day from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on May 7 at Jeff Fitts’ barn in Henrietta. The purpose of the program is to bring … [Read more...]

Hello Neighbor tour visits northeast Clay County

During the Hello Neighbor tour of Clay County Precinct 1, Andy Harding of Byers put on display his collection of orchids. Participants also visited River Bluff Lodge and inspected rain water collection systems at the home of Chris and Dee Ann Littlefield.

Missy HodginAgriLife Extension AgentRecently 50 residents and history buffs of Clay County toured Precinct 1 for the annual Hello Neighbor Tour hosted by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service of Clay County and the Clay County Leadership Advisory Board. On the … [Read more...]

Tips to keep you healthy at the store

Sherri HalsellTexas AgriLife AgentKeeping healthy isn't only about eating more fruits and vegetables, cutting back on salt and sugar, switching to whole grains and exercising for at least 30-60 minutes a day. Translating those broad messages into daily diet and exercise … [Read more...]

Knowing the problem is key to keeping drought-stressed trees

By Missy HodginAgriLife Extension AgentMany calls have come into the extension office about trees dying in home landscapes, particularly oaks.  Many of the callers here lately think that wood-boring insects are the culprit for the dying trees.  But more often than not … [Read more...]

Tuesday program to offer meal preparation tips for slow cookers

By Sherri HalsellTexas AgriLife AgentDo you remember when you were younger and coming home to the smell of a home-cooked meal? Was it cooked in a slower cooker? Slow cookers are a great way to prepare food and can be used throughout the year. Using a slower cooker saves … [Read more...]

Changing bathroom habits a boost to water conservation

By Sherri HalsellClay County Extension AgentWith much of Texas being in drought conditions, the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service wants to help remind everyone of the importance of water conservation.  Everyone can make a few small changes that will help save … [Read more...]

Benefits of cover crops outweigh water use

By Missy HodginClay County Extension AgentA continuing study of cover crops in the Rolling Plains has determined that yes, they do use water, but that does not necessarily translate into reduced cash crop performance.  There has been much interest nationwide about cover … [Read more...]

State funded initiative takes a at declining quail populations

By Missy HodginTexas AgriLife AgentThe Texas A&M University System and Texas A&M AgriLife are on a mission to address the state’s dwindling wild quail populations, and a recent $2 million state-funded initiative reflects the importance of quail to the state of … [Read more...]

Nutrition plays key role in maintaining efficient cows

By Missy HodginTexas Agrilife AgentHeading into the winter months, cattle producers should give careful attention to adequate nutrition of beef cattle.  Beef cattle producers should monitor body condition of their cattle to ensure those cows will raise a healthy calf … [Read more...]

Two Clay County farmers using guar as soil improving crop

By Missy HodginTexas Agrilife AgentDespite the fact that there are thousands of acres of guar (Cyamopsis tetragonoloda) throughout the semiarid areas of Texas and Oklahoma, many people have not ever even heard of it.  Guar can be characterized as an extremely drought … [Read more...]

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