Agriculture & Natural Resource

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.

Thanks for visiting my website!  The Bee County Agriculture and Natural Resources Department is here to help you with your farming and ranching business and personal endeavors.




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Useful Information: 

Wild Hog Hunting – Stay Healthy on Your Hunt

Resources for Wild Pig Management

Introduced Bluestem Grasses Management – KR Bluestem & Kleberg Bluestem

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National Organic Certification Cost Share Program (NOCCSP)

Texas Agricultural Finance Authority (TAFA)


Sugarcane Aphid Tolerance in Sorghum

Deciding What to Plant in the Pasture

2017 Corpus Christi Agriculture Symposium recordings


How much water is enough for trees?

Tree Planting Guide


Cattle Fever Tick Resources

Cattle Fever Tick – FAQ

Fever Tick Inspection, Treatment, and Movement of Native and Exotic Wildlife

Pest Alert: Cattle Fever Ticks and Cattle Fever

Texas Cattle Fever Tick

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Quick Reference for Common Rangeland an Pasture Herbicides                   


How Not To Get In Trouble Flying a UAV

What Texans Need to Know About Zika Virus

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Agriculture Newsletter with updates on CEU's, Trainings, Field Days, Forage Production, Wildlife Management, Gardening, and Natural Resources.

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