Many North Texas farmers are fighting to survive the drought and keep their animals alive. Friday, a local group got some help from the north.
A shelter from the wildfires in Bastrop County has been set up in Elgin, but not for people.
Many North Texans are being asked to conserve water during this historic Texas drought, but everyone may not be following the rules.
Texas agriculture officials say estimated crop and livestock losses from the blistering drought are a record $5.2 billion.
For 17 days straight, the Dallas-Fort Worth Area has reached triple digit temperatures. The intense heat, and severe drought, is creating a surplus in the number of cattle heading to auction.
The federal Bureau of Land Management holds regular auctions of wild mustangs and burros. During the weekend of June 3-5, the BLM held an auction at All Star Equestrian, a therapeutic riding facility in Burleson. […]
Ranchers in Palo Pinto, Stephens and Young counties can’t feed their cattle in the wake of wildfires that destroyed grazing lands, and now they’re having to preparing to sell their herds.
A bull on the loose in Grand Prairie is proving to be a ‘bear’ of a problem. Drivers spotted the runaway bull in the HOV lane Friday morning, near Lone Star Park.
Rangers killed the entire herd because the deer posed a threat to livestock across Texas.