For Martin Pena II and his wife Cristal, owners of the 606 Ranch LLC. in Hidalgo County, the hands-on technical assistance provided through the USDA-NRCS not only proved to be a time of learning for the young couple, but also yielded positive benefits for them and their ranch.
When Texans sit down at the table for a meal they may not think much about where the food on their plate comes from, and the hard work that made it possible.
Farmers and agricultural employees who recently attended the educational media workshops agree the Engage concept and experience were valuable...
Diana Padilla opened the workshop by sharing how she and her husband, Saul, have worked with the USDA-NRCS to improve their agricultural production and water usage through land leveling, a drip irrigation system, a rain water harvester, seasonal high tunnel and grass planting.
The saying, “You’ve coming a long way, baby,” definitely applies to the 6,500 acre Yett Ranch in Dimmit County, which has been leased by Bill Martin’s family for more than 70 years.
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