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.
The unique retirement home for pets continues to provide 24-hour care for animals during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Students are learning how veterinarians around the state have changed their processes during COVID-19, and are creating disaster plans for their future practices.
Despite COVID-19, the hospital continues to help animals like Nadar the Arabian gelding.
The Agricultural and Food Policy Center at Texas A&M estimates some of the state's agricultural products could see losses of up to 40 percent.
With classes moved online, students have continued honing their skills via video conference with their professors.
Texas A&M veterinary professors are finding creative ways for students to finish their degrees during the COVID-19 crisis.
Texas A&M AgriLife Research experts explain how lessons from the plant world show that returning to normal life once the virus peaks would be a mistake.
Seed demand is up as COVID-19 drives home gardening, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extenion Service horticulturist.