Texas A&M AgriLife Vice Chancellor Patrick Stover detailed nutrition problems and food supply disruption at a recent talk.
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.
New positive cases and deaths appear to be slowing, but avoiding complacency will be critical as Texas continues its phased economic reopening.
Research from Texas A&M shows how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected consumer travel perceptions and priorities.
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.
While the pandemic and oil glut create a double dose of devastation, three Texas A&M scholars tell Chancellor John Sharp that they see new economic opportunities rising from the rubble.
A Texas A&M expert explains what makes this economic turndown different and what the government can still do to mitigate its impacts.
Texans can still enjoy gulf seafood while social distancing through curbside and delivery options and cooking at home.
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service economists say producers should control what they can, and plan for what they can’t.