The Lamar County Extension service will host a feral hog control meeting at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 8 at Paris Junior College, 2400 Clarksville St.
Although implementation at the local level won’t come until staff is trained, the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018, signed into law in December, makes few major changes in agricultural and food policy.
Agriculture is a fairly stable job in Lamar County, according to Texas workforce statistics.
Agriculture is one of the biggest industries in Northeast Texas, with the area responsible for producing large amounts of corn, beans, cotton and other crops. But what exactly does it take to be a farmer, the backbone of the agriculture business?
The agriculture industry has expanded more than ever before and provides a variety of opportunities to professionals interested in this often misunderstood field.
While nutrients and flavor are major benefits, they’re not the only benefits of farm-to-table eating.
On Saturday, May 11, the District 4 4-H Rifle contest was held in Lamar County. There were 65 youth that participated representing 14 counties.
Looking for some variety in life? You don’t have to look much further than agriculture.