Bee County’s Agricultural and Natural Resources Extension Agent provides consultation and educational programs in the areas of livestock, crops, weed/brush management, grazing & forage production, and hurricane preparedness. The agent also provides certification training for the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) Private Pesticide Applicator License. A number of re-certification opportunities (CEU credits) are also made available through the Bee County Extension Office for TDA license holders. Feral Hogs are a major concern in Bee County for our Farmers and Ranchers.
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Upcoming CEU Opportunities:
2017 Corpus Christi Agriculture Symposium recordings
Cattle Fever Tick Resources
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