Agriculture

Rain Continues to Impact Planting Progress

Compiled by Staff Needless to say the rains have been spotty in the area. Where over 5 inches are recorded near the county line on West 380, some farms only received 2 inches to the north of 380. For more on this story, read The Post Dispatch  this week, or subscribe to the pdf version…

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Pet of the Week

Doodles is a 3 year old Schnauzer mix. He and his brother ended up at the shelter when their mom moved out of the country. If you would like to meet this cutie, contact us at postarc@yahoo.com, on Facebook at Post Arc or call 806-317-8041.

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Area Fishing Report

  Look who is fishing on Lake Alan Henry? Coach Bob Knight was out on the water last weekend with friends last Saturday morning…. (Photo Provided)   Alan Henry Alan Henry: Water clear main lake and 66 degrees, stained up the river and 73 degrees; 1.95’ low. Black bass are good on topwaters…. For more…

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Planting a seed for the love of agriculture

By Jennifer Dorsett/Texas farm bureau— I’ll never forget my first garden. I planted the seeds. Watered them. And tiny green sprouts began to emerge several days later. For more on this story, read The Post Dispatch  this week, or subscribe to the pdf version online.  ©Copyright 2019 The Post Dispatch

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Fresh slalsa in jeopardy if trade pact not renewed

SAN ANTONIO – Tomato prices could increase as much as 40% to 80% this year if the U.S. Department of Commerce withdraws from the Tomato Suspension Agreement by May 7. For more on this story, read The Post Dispatch  this week, or subscribe to the pdf version online.  ©Copyright 2019 The Post Dispatch

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Local Farmer awards Grow Communities donation to local nonprofit

Special to The Post Dispatch Garza County farmer Ray Mason, directed $2,500 to Garza 4-H Shotgun Sports through America’s Farmers Grow Communities, sponsored by the Bayer Fund. For more on this story, read The Post Dispatch  this week, or subscribe to the pdf version online.  ©Copyright 2019 The Post Dispatch                            Ray Mason is…

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Area receives much needed rainfall

By Julia Childs/The Post Dispatch Widely scattered rainfall over the county last week was a welcomed site for most. For more on this story, read The Post Dispatch  this week, or subscribe to the pdf version online.  ©Copyright 2019 The Post Dispatch

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TACC Presents Award to Ricky King

Special to The Post Dispatch Texas Agricultural Cooperative Council recently presented their Distinguished Service Award to Ricky King, a former Post resident and PHS graduate during the Annual TACC meeting at Horseshoe Bay in the Hill Country. For more on this story, read The Post Dispatch  this week, or subscribe to the pdf version online. …

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Invasive wild hogs still threaten Texas

By Gene Hall/Texas Farm Bureau Call them wild hogs or feral hogs. The invasive species does great damage in both rural and now urban Texas. Only the Legislature can enact control measures. For more on this story, read The Post Dispatch  this week, or subscribe to the pdf version online.  ©Copyright 2019 The Post Dispatch

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