Ag Day Lubbock
High beef prices effecting restaurants, customers
Last year, beef prices increased by more than 10 percent at the grocery store, and consumers are paying higher prices at restaurants too. Video Video
PCG explains USDA Farm Service Agency safety net programs
2015 is the year most of the new provisions accompanying the 2014 farm bill come into effect. And they can be a little confusing. That is why Plains Cotton Growers is making the effort to break down some of the new language and what it means for producers. Video Video
Producers planning for the 2015 crop year
Business planning for the new year. We hear how farmers are looking ahead to cut expenses in 2015. Video Video
AgTexas merges with Amarillo farm credit agency
AgTexas Farm Credit Services and Amarillo-based Great Plains Ag Credit will now be serving 43 counties together. Video Video
SPFB receives oranges from South Texas producers
Thanks to some South Texas citrus growers, food insecure families on the South Plains will have a fresh treat in their Christmas food boxes this year. Kat Rowe has more on why oranges are a such a special addition. Video Video
PCG Cotton Chatter: Think cotton for Christmas
If you're looking for last minute gift ideas, don't forget to include some cotton products under the tree. Mary Jane Buerkle with Plains Cotton Growers said that the available options may surprise you. Video Video
Family farm brings fresh Christmas trees to West Texas
The Double Shovel Christmas Tree Farm is bringing the fresh-cut Christmas tree experience to West Texas. Video Video
China's growing interest in grain sorghum
Ag producers are planning ahead now for their 2015 crop year. And many are taking notice of the growing new incentives for grain sorghum. Video Video
PCG Cotton Chatter: 2015 Economic Outlook
Cotton harvest is about 75 % complete across the High Plains. And that means producers are now planning ahead for their next crop year. Gary Adams with the National Cotton Council has an economic look ahead to 2015. Video Video
Holiday tradition helps Marines feel more at home
A holiday tradition now for six years. Five local farm families came together to bring a home made meal to some very deserving individuals. Video Video
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