• Texas A&M Names New Peanut Breeder At Stephenville

    Texas A&M Names New Peanut Breeder At Stephenville

    Dr. John Cason has been named Texas A&M AgriLife Research assistant professor for peanut breeding and genetics in Stephenville, where he will supervise the AgriLife Research and Extension Center’s peanut program. Cason holds a doctorate from Texas A&M University in plant breeding, and he brings ... Read More »
  • Trade And Disaster Relief Dominate Market Talk Most Recently

    Trade And Disaster Relief Dominate Market Talk Most Recently

    Production for peanuts in 2019-20 is projected by USDA to be up 3 percent to 5.6 billion pounds based on modest increases in intended planting and yield. The NASS Prospective Plantings report showed most peanut acreage gains are expected for Texas and Florida, where cotton ... Read More »
  • Déjà vu All Over Again

    Déjà vu All Over Again

    My mom was a school teacher. For years she taught home economics, a useful class that is unfortunately no longer taught in schools. She eventually became the guidance counselor at the elementary school. Over the years, as we would see people in various places around ... Read More »