Monarchs are making annual March migration
The Monarch butterfly is perhaps the most recognized butterfly in the United States. It is the only butterfly that migrates, as they cannot live through cold weather.
Their fall migrations provide awe-inspiring visuals as up to 300,000,000 orange and black butterflies make their way through a 300-mile swath of Texas on their way to their Mexican wintering grounds. Full Story
Milam junior livestock show kicks off Thursday
Livestock sale set for 6 p.m. Saturday at Youth Exposition Building
CAMERON—Good times for a good cause will take place this weekend at the Youth Exposition Building in Cameron, as the annual Milam County Junior Livestock Show kicks off. Full Story
Pond management clinic set in Milano
A Pond Management Clinic will be held on April 8 in Milano.
Milam County Agrilife Extension Service will host Dr. Michael Masser, fisheries specialist, from Texas A&M University.
The program will include pond ecology, basic fish pond management and ways to improve your pond. Full Story
‘Backyard flocks’ subject of forum this weekend
LEXINGTON—A unique opportunity for backyard poultry flock owners and others interested in poultry, incubation or rodent and insect control, is set for Friday through Sunday in Lexington. Full Story
Rockdale Fair commercial heifer tag-in slated April 7
Tag-in date for the 2010 Rockdale Fair Commercial Heifer Show is scheduled for Wednesday, April 7 from 5 to 7 p.m. at Arledge Feed Lot Pens on US 79, west of Rockdale. Full Story
‘OPERATION HUGGABLES’ Milam County 4-H’ers spent a day of their spring break giving back to others. Full Story
Youth ready for livestock show
This weekend is the Milam County Junior Livestock Show at the Youth Exhibition Building in Cameron. We have a number of youth from the community that will be showing animals and have entries in the home economics show. If you get a change, go over and see what’s taking place. Full Story