A new Texas A&M study indicates captive Texas deer can contract and likely transmit SARS-CoV-2 virus to each other.
The variant was detected in a dog and cat in Brazos County.
Texas A&M AgriLife Vice Chancellor Patrick Stover detailed nutrition problems and food supply disruption at a recent talk.
A Texas A&M AgriLife-led study is tracking down the cause and transmission of the novel coronavirus in food processing.
Texas A&M AgriLife experts say the agriculture industry is adjusting to consumer needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Texas A&M-coordinated study evaluates the pandemic’s impacts on the U.S. agriculture sectors.
By sampling dogs and cats whose owners have tested positive in Brazos County, the team is working to understand how pets living in ‘high-risk’ households may be impacted by SARS-CoV-2.
Positive tests in a household necessitate extra protection for pets, Texas A&M experts say.
The pandemic created a ‘perfect storm’ for many fruit and vegetable producers, Texas A&M AgriLife experts say.
Industry experts say they hope the worst of the COVID-19-related disruptions are behind them.