Agrilife Extension Resources

We provide a wide variety of information related to ranching and rangeland management from animals and forages to business plans, leases and natural resources. Publications and resources cover a range of topics from soil sampling, fence law and disaster preparedness.

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Showing results for: Ranch & Rangeland Management
Asset Type: Program
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    The Master Marketer program is a 64-hour intensive marketing education course during which agricultural producers, ag lenders, and others are trained in marketing techniques, marketing plans, technical analysis, futures and options, and many other marketing related skills.

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    The Agricultural and Food Policy Center (AFPC) conducts analyses of the impacts of government policy proposals and/or implementation procedures on farmers, agribusinesses, taxpayers, and consumers.

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    RanchTV provides online educational content related to the Extension animal science program.

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    The TCFA Feedyard Technician Program provides high school upperclassmen knowledge and skills needed to prepare them for a possible career in the fed cattle industry.

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    The David McKnight ’73 Ranch Management University is an intensive four-day event for new or inexperienced ranchers and landowners to learn about managing soils, forages, livestock and wildlife.

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    The Bennett Land Stewardship program funds conferences about land management in the Edwards Plateau, covering issues such as brush control, water management and estate planning.

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    In the Natural Resources project area, youth gain knowledge and experience in a variety of outdoor topic areas such as water conservation, outdoor living skills, forestry, fishing, and more. Young Texans involved in these projects are introduced to a vast array of educational and fun opportunities to be immersed in the world around them.

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    The feral hog management program is for people throughout the state of Texas and beyond who are interested in more information on feral hogs.

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    Generation Next targets new landowners, those who are inheriting land or those who are looking to start a new agricultural operation on an existing ranch.

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    The Small Acreage – Big Opportunity (SABO) program is a joint effort of Texas Wildlife Association and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension to address this need.

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