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Kelly and Deborah Kettner operate a diverse farm with in the Southern High Plains Region of Texas and have overall goals to reduce risk, implement soil health management principles, and protect the soil resource for future agricultural production.
Dr. Hayhoe is professor and director of the Climate Science Center at Texas Tech University. She is an atmospheric scientist whose research focuses on developing and applying high-resolution climate projections to understand what climate change means for…
While you can't prevent hail, you can prepare for and respond quickly when dealing with hail damage to crops. And, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension team is here to help you make informed and timely decision with their new (launched winter…
The 2017 calendar year was a historic year for natural disasters; USDA will make disaster payments of up to $2.36 billion, as provided by Congress, to help America’s farmers and ranchers recover from hurricanes and wildfires.