‘Hog Out’ program offers corn vouchers to Clay County hunters, trappers

As the population of feral pigs continues to grow, hunters and trappers in Clay County could qualify for vouchers to assist with purchase of corn.

Hog hunters and trappers in Clay County could receive assistance in purchasing corn for baiting feral pigs through the Texas Department of Agriculture’s “Hog Out” program. Tyler Garrison, coordinator of the Clay County Hog Out, has announced that a number of vouchers … [Read more...]

Texas Master Naturalists to begin annual program March 11

The Rolling Plains Master Naturalist group will begin its new training classes on March 11. Most of the classes, except for field trips will be taught in Room 209 in the Bolin Science Hall at Midwestern State University. The goal of the Texas Master Naturalist … [Read more...]

Late general and youth seasons offer deer hunters another chance

A whitetail doe makes her way to a wheat field in south Clay County.

While the general whitetail deer season came to a close 30 minutes after sunset Sunday, Clay County hunters will get another chance to fill doe and spike tags, while youth hunters can still harvest a trophy buck. The special late general season, for antlerless and … [Read more...]