Near McGregor, Texas, lies the nexus of activity for Texas A&M AgriLife’s sustainable beef solutions research. This type of research provides science-based recommendations to help ranchers maintain high-quality beef products for the benefit of both producers and consumers.
The history of the McGregor Research Center dates back to World War II, when the Navy first established the 17,000-acre site as a weapons factory. Named Bluebonnet Farm, it was supposed to serve as a massive
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