Agrilife Extension Resources
The Texas AgriLife Fecal Egg Counting, FEC, lab performs accurate roundworm egg counts, including Haemonchus Cortortus, for sheep and goat producers.
…development and training. You can compete with your horse through breed and event associations. Or you can be the judge as you learn to compete in horse judging! The horse…
Many young agriculturalists in Texas are already in the production of meat products through exhibiting market steers, swine, sheep, and goats at junior livestock competitions. By participating in meat science…
Become a nature watcher! Learn to tell the difference between different types of fish and animals by learning about animal species.
The sheep project teaches youth to care for live animals while learning about animal health and nutrition, breeding, selection, and marketing.
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The TickApp for Texas and the Southern Region has been developed to provide citizen consumers and professional practitioners with a convenient guide to the identification of ticks impacting humans, livestock, companion animals, and wildlife.
In addition to providing training for certification for noncommercial pesticide applicators responsible for mosquito control in Texas, the program also provides recertification for licensed applicators.
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The TAMMI website is an electronic informational clearinghouse, developed and designed with a mission to provide agricultural waste management education and information on demand.
The Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory offers three tests related to bovine respiratory disease testing.
The Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory offers 14 diagnostic tests for bovine viral diarrhea.