Farm & Ranch

Farming

  • Season Extension
    Extend growing seasons in New Mexico with high tunnel construction.
  • New Mexico Farm*A*Syst
    Farmstead Assessment System, is a voluntary groundwater protection program for New Mexico farms, ranches, and rural homeowners.

Drought Resources

  • Drought Resources
    Resources to assist New Mexico's ranchers, farmers, and homeowners cope with our drought conditions.

Weeds

Troublesome Weeds of New Mexico

Special Crops

  • NMSU Viticulture
    Information on growing grapes, vineyards, wineries, and climate updates.
  • The Chile Pepper Institute
    The latest research based information for growers, processors and anyone wanting to learn about chile peppers.

Leadership

  • NM Agriculture Leadership
    Devoted to the development of knowledgeable, multicultural leaders for New Mexico's food, agricultural, and natural resource industries.

Safety

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Publications & eBooks

FREE! Cooperative Extension Service and Agricultural Experiment Station publications.

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Livestock & Range

  • NM Beef
    Includes:
    5-state Beef conference
    Southwest Beef Symposium
    Tucumcari Bull Test
    NM Youth Ranch Management Camp
    AG Days Degree
  • New Mexico Youth Ranch Management
    Emphasizes conservation stewardship and management practices to improve beef production, incorporates an applied skills learning environment for local and regional beef producers.
  • Tucumcari Bull Test
    Compares gainability and feed conversion of bulls, and their sires; encourages herd improvement through performance tested bulls.

Resources

  • New Mexico Forages
    Information on both annual and perennial forages that are adapted and utilized in New Mexico as well as grazing systems common to the state.