Because of our concern for the safety and health of our customers and employees regarding the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, we want to reassure you that Heritage Land Bank has taken measures to protect our customers and employees, and to maintain an uninterrupted level of service that customers can rely upon.
With the beef cattle industry in Panola County worth an estimated $62 million annually, controlling external parasites is important to avoid financial losses from your livestock operations.
Here are a few easy tips that will help you reduce the regular expenses of your country home.
Here are a few benefits of living in the country.
Concerns about mosquito-borne disease this summer are prompting many of us to learn what to do to reduce the chances of mosquito bites in our own backyards and gardens. Fortunately, there are good ways to manage mosquitoes around your home at reasonable cost.
Deworming is important to maintaining cattle health and performance. The timing and frequency of deworming treatment will vary depending on geographic location, rainfall, stocking rate, age of the cows, and persistent activity of the product used.
The blackish trunks on the crapemyrtles around town are caused by a Chinese insect known as crapemyrtle bark scale. It doesn’t kill the trees, but it does make them unsightly and less vigorous. This scale is causing concern because it is has spread quickly, and as you know, crapemyrtles are the most popular and common ornamental tree in the South.
Grass is generally regarded as the most desirable ground cover for the home landscape; however, there are situations where grass may not be the most practical landscape covering.
Here are a few more ways taking care of your soil can help and a few tips on how to grow tomatoes.
Tyler, Texas – As part of its ongoing support of area youth, Heritage Land Bank is pleased to announce the winners of its 2019 scholarship program for graduating high school seniors. Each of the four students selected will receive $2,500 towards their 2019-2020 freshman year at their chosen college or university.