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(Texas A&M AgriLife photo by Michael Miller)

Protect pets during the dog days of summer

Monarch butterfly. (Photo courtesy of Monarch Butterfly and Pollinators Conservation Fund.)

Creating a migratory oasis for monarchs

Mosquito season is upon us. Understanding where these pesky blood-sucking pests develop can help you reduce their populations around your home and protect you from bites. (Michael Miller/Texas A&M AgriLife)

Mosquito season: How to control and prevent bites

Texas barbecue has become an iconic culinary and cultural dish. The Brisketeers and pitmasters around the state continue to push the boundaries of the low and slow science behind barbecue. (Courtney Sacco, Michael Miller/Texas A&M AgriLife)

Top barbecue tips from the ‘Three Brisketeers’

Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory officials are reminding pet owners that with rising mosquito populations comes the need for testing and prevention against heartworms. (Michael Miller/Texas A&M AgriLife)
The Southern Rolling Plains Cotton Growers Association is helping prepare the field for planting. (Susan Himes/Texas A&M AgriLife)
Cattle that have survived the recent wildfires in the Texas Panhandle are going to need immediate care. Owners should pay close attention to extremities, particularly hooves, udders, testicles, sheaths and soft tissues, such as eyes and muzzles. (Texas A&M AgriLife photo by Sam Craft).
Winter garden row crops, such as sorghum, will be discussed during the Jan. 29 Winter Garden Row Crop Conference in Hondo. (Texas A&M AgriLife photo by Laura McKenzie)