Experts say the future of animal care will include telemedicine as veterinarians serve their clients during emergency situations.
The novel coronavirus pandemic is causing unprecedented uncertainty in the dairy and meat sectors, a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert says.
The Texas A&M-led Department of Homeland Security Center of Excellence will look at how the pandemic has affected the food and agriculture sectors.
The new advisory council will monitor the COVID-19 pandemic's impact on agriculture and food security.
Texas A&M animal experts say the new field of telemedicine can be useful in a crisis, such as the current COVD-19 pandemic.
The teaching hospital has changed its procedures in order to continue operations safely during the pandemic.
To protect both humans and animals, clients will no longer leave their cars during admissions and discharge, among other changes.
Veterinarians still say it is highly unlikely that the virus can be transmitted from humans to pets, and vice versa.
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension experts offers advice for managing your mental health.
A Texas A&M AgriLife expert says the virus' impact on global production, manufacturing and consumption has caused cotton prices to drop.