Texas A&M AgriLife Extension economists' tally includes fence damage, lost grazing value and livestock deaths.
A combination of dry vegetation, above-normal temperatures and high wind speeds will increase the risk for wildfires this week, experts say.
The Texas A&M Forest Service is readying firefighting resources due to warm, dry and windy weather conditions.
Texas A&M Forest Service: The hot, dry pattern is expected to continue as Texas enters late summer fire season.
Do your part; don’t let a wildfire start.
With grilling season underway, Texas A&M AgriLife and the National Fire Protection Association share tips on outdoor cooking fire safety.
Crews helped contain the more than 4,000-acre fire near San Angelo in six days.
The Texas A&M Forest Service encourages preparation now.
Members of the Texas A&M Veterinary Emergency Team (VET) and AgriLife Extension Service are on their journey home following a 29-day deployment to California.