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“Is this Jenny?”

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“This is John Q. Public. I heard you have a ranch available for lease, and I run some cattle. …”

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Drought is generally defined as a prolonged period during which annual precipitation is less than 75 percent of average.

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The old adage, “Good fences make good neighbors” is still applicable in today’s society. Across the U.S., there are thousands of miles of fences, and the vast majority of these fences are located along boundary lines between landowners or along state or U.S. roadways.

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Land managers in the southern Great Plains often credit feral pigs as being among the most intelligent, destructive and costly pests.

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Cattlemen, Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) and USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) are waging a constant battle to keep the fever tick contained in counties along the border to Mexico.

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Rats and mice can raise havoc with buildings and their contents, and burrowing rodents such as prairie dogs, ground squirrels and pocket gophers can damage fields, pastures and crops.

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