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E-415   E-415: Pasture, Rangeland, and Forage Insurance in Texas
E-418   E-418: Keeping Show Pigs Healthy
E-419   E-419: Using Oils As Pesticides
E-420   E-420: Chinch Bugs in St. Augustine Lawns
E-421   E-421: Basic Marketing of Texas Cotton: Forward Contracts, Cash Sales, Marketing Pools, and the USDA Loan Program
E-422   E-422: Composting Large Animal Carcasses
E-423   E-423: Coping with Caregiving
E-424   E-424: Easter Eggs: Enjoy Them Safely
E-426   E-426: Urban Parks: The Value of Small Urban Parks, Plazas and Other Outdoor Spaces
E-427   E-427: Designing Eggs for Better Nutrition
E-428   E-428: Manure to Energy: Understanding Processes, Principles and Jargon
E-43   E-43: Legumes--Dry Beans and Peas: Getting the Most Nutrition for Your Money
E-430   E-430: Urban Parks: Constraints on Park Visitation
E-432   E-432: Whiteflies
E-433   E-433: Controlling Fleas
E-435   E-435: Applied Reproductive Strategies in Beef Cattle
E-436   E-436: Fertilizing Texas Lawns: 10-Point Checklist for Warm-Season Grasses
E-437   E-437: Lawn Fertilization for Texas Warm-Season Grasses
E-438   E-438: Information Sources for Small Water Systems
E-439   E-439: Diarrheal Disease in Show Swine
E-44   E-44: Brush Management Methods
E-443   E-443: Larger Black Flour Beetle in Southern High Plains Homes
E-445   E-445: Poultry Pest Management
E-447   E-447: Xeriscape...Landscape Water Conservation
E-448   E-448: Adapting Your Home for More Accessible Living
E-449   E-449: Result Demonstration: A Method That Works
E-450   E-450: Rainwater Harvesting: Livestock
E-451   E-451: Homeland Security Challenges Facing Small Water Systems in Texas
E-453   E-453: Boxelder Bugs
E-454   E-454: Pink Hibiscus Mealybug: A New Pest in Texas
E-456   E-456: Organizing a Marketing Club
E-459   E-459: Woody Plants for Wildlife: Brush Sculpting in South Texas and the Edwards Plateau
E-460   E-460: Planning a Prescribed Burn
E-461   E-461: Sorghum Ergot: New Disease Threat to the Sorghum Industry
E-462   E-462: Bacterial Fruit Blotch of Watermelon
E-463   E-463: Sorghum Ergot - Field Identification
E-464   E-464: Nitrogen Deposition in the Southern High Plains
E-465   E-465: Phosphorus--Too Much and Plants May Suffer
E-466   E-466: Texas Show Steer Breed Classification
E-467   E-467: Wildlife Photography Market Study
E-468   E-468: Reducing Atrazine Runoff from Croplands
E-469   E-469: Economic Tools to Evaluate Culling Decisions for Breeding Cattle and Replacements (Risk Management Series)
E-47   E-47: Using Animal Manure and Wastewater for Crops and Pastures: Know and Take Credit for your N, P, and K
E-471   E-471: The Multiple Peril Crop Insurance Actual Production History (APH) Insurance Plan
E-472   E-472: Definitions of Marketing Terms
E-473   E-473: Hedging Cattle with an LRP Policy
E-476   E-476: Crop Insurance Terms and Definitions
E-477   E-477: Crop Revenue Coverage (CRC)
E-479   E-479: Composting Manure and Sludge
E-480   E-480: Bagworms
E-481   E-481: Coaching Youth Livestock Projects
E-483   E-483: Managing a Family Budget
E-485   E-485: Common Insect and Mite Pests of Humans
E-486   E-486: Pantry and Fabric Pests in the Home
E-487   E-487: Using a Bear Put Spread
E-488   E-488: Using a Bull Call Spread
E-489   E-489: Basic Business Structures: Sole Proprietor, Joint Operating Agreements and Partnerships
E-490   E-490: Obtaining and Using USDA Market and Production Reports
E-492   E-492: Business Plans for Agricultural Producers
E-493   E-493: The Minimum Price Contract
E-494   E-494: Selecting and Working with a Broker
E-495   E-495: Limited Liability Companies and Corporate Business Structures
E-496   E-496: Introduction to Futures Markets
E-497   E-497: Selling Hedge with Futures
E-498   E-498: Buying Hedge with Futures
E-499   E-499: Introduction to Options
E-5   E-5: Managing Cotton Insects in the Southern, Eastern, and Blackland Areas of Texas
E-500   E-500: Outdoor Recreation Participation Trends in Texas
E-52   E-52: Manure Harvesting Frequency: The Key to Feedyard Dust Control in a Summer Drought
E-520   E-520: Post-Harvest Marketing Alternatives
E-521   E-521: Farm and Ranch Business Management Functions
E-522   E-522: Soil Testing Following Flooding, Overland Flow of Wastewater and other Freshwater Disasters
E-523   E-523: Pasture and Soil Management Following Tidal Saltwater Intrusion
E-526   E-526: Mineral Supplementation of Beef Cows in Texas
E-529   E-529: Herbicides: How They Work and the Symptoms They Cause
E-53   E-53: Seeding Rangeland
E-530   E-530: Athletic Fields and Water Conservation
E-532   E-532: A Key to Common Caterpillar Pests of Vegetables
E-533   E-533: Feeding Race Prospects and Racehorses in Training
E-534   E-534: Testing Your Soil: How to Collect and Send Samples
E-536   E-536: Managing Crop Nutrients Through Soil, Manure and Effluent Testing
E-538   E-538: Non-Traditional Soil Additives: Can They Improve Crop Production?
E-539   E-539: Spreader Calibration for Turfgrass
E-540   E-540: Sprayer Calibration for Turfgrass
E-541   E-541: Forage Quality Photo Guide
E-543   E-543: Nitrates and Prussic Acid in Forages
E-544   E-544: Managing Nuisance Odor and Dust from Poultry Growing Operations
E-545S   E-545S: Jardinería de verduras en contenedores
E-546   E-546: The Current Credit Situation and Coming Cost-Price Squeeze
E-547   E-547: Surviving the Cycle of Economic Crisis
E-548   E-548: The Intersection of Farm Credit and Farm Policy
E-549   E-549: Impacts of Tighter Credit in Agriculture
E-55   E-55: Renovation Practices to Improve Rainfall Effectiveness on Rangeland and Pastures
E-550   E-550: The 2009 Outlook for Texas Rural Land Values
E-551   E-551: Alternative Farm Business Models
E-552   E-552: Price Risk Management in the Midst of a Credit Crisis
E-553   E-553: Human Resource Management: Employee Compensation Guide
E-554   E-554: Human Resource Management: Employee Attraction and Selection Guide
E-555   E-555: Developing a Marketing Plan
E-556   E-556: Cow-Calf Enterprise Standardized Performance Analysis
E-557   E-557: Grid Pricing of Fed Cattle
E-558   E-558: Carbon Markets: A Potential Source of Income for Farmers and Ranchers
E-558S   E-558S: Mercados del carbono Una posible fuente de ingresos para agricultores y ganaderos
E-562   E-562: Dairy Footbaths and Environmental Toxicity of Copper
E-563   E-563: Texas Bovine Trichomoniasis Control Program
E-564   E-564: Specifications of Futures and Options Contracts
E-565   E-565: Farm and Ranch Personnel Management
E-566   E-566: The April 2009 Influenza Outbreak
E-567   E-567: Proper Injection Techniques in Dairy Cattle
E-567S   E-567S: Técnicas apropiadas de inyección en ganado lechero
E-568   E-568: Low Stress Cattle Handling in Dairy Environments
E-568S   E-568S: Manejo con bajo estrés de ganado en lecherías
E-569   E-569: Normal Agricultural Operations and Dove Hunting in Texas
E-570   E-570: Managing External Parasites of Texas Cattle
E-572   E-572: How USDA Forecasts Production and Supply/Demand
E-573   E-573: Adding Value to Agricultural Products
E-574   E-574: Texas 4-H Food Challenge
E-575   E-575: Knowing and Managing Grain Basis
E-576   E-576: Managing Your Farm and Ranch Operation
E-577   E-577: Factors Affecting Option Premium Values
E-578   E-578: My County has a Plan for Disasters
E-579   E-579: Managing Insect Pests of Texas Sunflower
E-58   E-58: Haygrazers and Canes for South Texas
E-580   E-580: Basics of Cattle Immunity
E-581   E-581: Bovine Trichomonas
E-582   E-582: Urban Parks: Encouraging Walking to Combat Obesity
E-583   E-583: Silverfish and Firebrats
E-584   E-584: Understanding Texas Taxes 2011
E-585   E-585: Improving the Air Quality of Animal Feeding Operations with Proper Facility and Manure Management
E-586   E-586: Food Safety for Food Vendors
E-587   E-587: Successor Development and Management Transition on Family Farms and Ranches
E-588   E-588: Urban Parks: Combating Time Scarcity
E-589   E-589: Nutrient Needs at a Glance
E-589S   E-589S: Necesidades nutricionales a simple vista
E-59   E-59: What Happens to Nitrogen in Soils?
E-597   E-597: Identification and Management of Asian Citrus Psyllid and Citrus Greening Disease in Texas Nurseries
E-598   E-598: Small Acreage Alfalfa for West Texas
E-599   E-599: Routine and Emergency Burial of Animal Carcasses
E-5A   E-5A: Suggested Insecticides for Managing Cotton Insects in the Southern, Eastern, and Blackland Areas of Texas 2009
E-6   E-6: Managing Cotton Insects in the High Plains, Rolling Plains, and Trans Pecos Areas of Texas 2009
E-60   E-60: Managing Soil Salinity
E-602   E-602: Texas Fruit and Nut Production: Blackberries
E-603   E-603: Texas Fruit and Nut Production: Blueberries
E-609   E-609: Texas Fruit and Nut Production: Pecans, Improved
E-61   E-61: Rangeland Drought Management for Texans: Planning: The Key to Surviving Drought
E-610   E-610: Texas Fruit and Nut Production: Pecans, Native
E-611   E-611 Texas Fruit and Nut Production: Persimmons
E-612   E-612: Texas Fruit & Nut Production: Plums, Nectarines, Apricots, Cherries, Almonds & Prunes Hybrids
E-613   E-613: Texas Fruit and Nut Production: Pomegranates
E-614   E-614: Hay Purchases: Grasses Not Adapted to Texas
E-615   E-615: Take-All Root Rot
E-616   E-616: Drinking Water Problems: Corrosion
E-616S   E-616S: Problemas con el agua potable: Corrosión
E-617   E-617: Farmers and Ranchers, Get Ready! Protect Your Operation Before, During, and After a Disaster
E-617S   E-617S: Granjeros y rancheros: ¡Prepárense! Proteja su empresa agrícola antes, durante y después de un desastre
E-618   E-618: Irrigation Monitoring with Soil Water Sensors
E-619   E-619: Nitrates in Irrigation Water: An Assist for Crop Production
E-62   E-62: Rangeland Drought Management for Texans: Livestock Management
E-620   E-620: Hydrogen Sulfide Emissions from Open/Dry-Lot Cattle-Feeding Operations
E-621   E-621: Determining Cropland Cash Rental Arrangements
E-622   E-622: Determining Cropland Share Rental Arrangements
E-627   E-627: Texans, Get Ready! Be Prepared to Survive a Disaster
E-628   E-628: Broadcast Baits for Fire Ant Control
E-629   E-629: Controlling Brush with Herbicides to Increase Ranch Profits
E-63   E-63: Rangeland Drought Management for Texans: Supplemental Feeding
E-630   E-630: Warm-Season Annual Forage Grasses for Texas
E-631   E-631: Dust Emissions from Cattle Feeding Operations
E-632   E-632: Ammonia Emissions from Cattle Feeding Operations
E-633   E-633: How to Diagnose and Manage Large Patch Disease in Warm-Season Turfgrass
E-635   E-635: Hatching Eggs in the Classroom: A Teacher's Guide
E-64   E-64: Rangeland Drought Management for Texans: Stocking Rate and Grazing Management
E-65   E-65: Rangeland Drought Management for Texans: Toxic Range Plants
E-66   E-66: Brush Busters: How to Estimate Costs for Controlling Small Cedar
E-67   E-67: Cooking with All-Purpose Flour
E-67S   E-67S: Recetas para cocinar con harina de uso general
E-68   E-68: Cooking with Canned Pork
E-68S   E-68S: Platillos con carne de puerco enlatado
E-69   E-69: Cooking with Cornmeal
E-69S   E-69S: Platillos con harina de maiz
E-6A   E-6A: Suggested Insecticides for Managing Cotton Insects in the High Plains, Rolling Plains, and Trans Pecos Areas of Texas 2009
E-7   E-7: Managing Cotton Insects in the Lower Rio Grande Valley 2009
E-70   E-70: Cooking with Peanut Butter
E-70S   E-70S: Recetas para cocinar con mantequilla de cacahuate
E-71   E-71: Cooking with Ground Beef
E-71S   E-71S: Recetas con carne molida de res
E-72   E-72: Cooking with Beef Chuck Roast
E-72S   E-72S: Guisos con lomo y cuello de res para asar
E-73   E-73: Cooking with Rice (not instant)
E-73S   E-73S:Platillos con arroz blanco (no instantáneo)
E-74   E-74: Cooking with Corn Syrup
E-74S   E-74S: Platillos con Jarabe de Maíz
E-75   E-75: Cooking with Canned Tuna (packed in water)
E-75S   E-75S: Platillos con atún en lata (enlatado con agua)
E-76   E-76: Cooking with Black-Eyed Peas
E-76S   E-76S: Guisos con frijoles de carita
E-77   E-77: Cooking with Dry Beans
E-77S   E-77S: Guisos con frijoles
E-78   E-78: Cooking with Trail Mix
E-78S   E-78S: Recetas con mezcla de frutos secos
E-79   E-79: Cooking with Ground Pork

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