Wildfires

Economists with the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service project the Panhandle fires caused $123 million in preliminary agricultural losses.
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Wildfires have broken out in Kansas, consuming thousands of acres north of Manhattan.
The prospect of reintroducing grizzly bears in Washington’s North Cascades has ignited a contentious debate, pitting conservation efforts against the concerns of local farmers and ranchers.
As warmer, drier weather exacerbates wildfires, agricultural experts warn of potential nitrogen-related issues in fields that need to be managed carefully.
As we learn more about the damages from the Panhandle fires, a Texas rancher shares how they’re managing herds with what resources they have left.
According to a dairy industry expert, volatility is likely to continue for the dairy market as for the Smokehouse Creek Fire rages on, now standing at 89% contained.
The repercussions of the Smokehouse Creek Wildfire loom large for the Texas cattle industry as the state grapples with the largest wildfire in its history.