Contact Texas Grazing Land Coalition

Mailing Address

PO Box 146
Victoria, Texas, 77902

Phone Numbers

Email Addresses

Jenny Pluhar
Executive Director, Texas Grazing Land Coalition
P.O. Box 931, Canyon, TX 79015
(806) 679-8729

Stephen Diebel, Chairman
Diebel Cattle Company, 3907 Salem Road, Victoria, TX  77904
Tony Dean, Vice Chairman
Lee Burton, Secretary
14112 State Highway 6, Lueders, TX  79533
Bob McCan, Treasurer
P.O. Box 146, Victoria, TX  77902
Jeff Goodwin, Technical Advisory Committee Chairman
Jessica Tate,Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers
Tracy Tomascik, Texas Farm Bureau
Tracy Tomascik, Texas Farm Bureau
Kent Ferguson, Texas Section Society for Range Management
Rob A Brown, Chair, High Plains GLC
Jim Bob Cave, Chair, Southern Rolling Plains GLC
Frank Price, Chair, Concho Valley GLC
Tim Edwards, Chair, Trans Pecos GLC
David Kitner, Chair South Texas GLC
Brett Huegele, Member, Coastal Prairie GLC
Scott Petty, Chair, Edwards Plateau GLC
Gary Price, Chair, Blackland Prairie GLC
Michael Vance, Chair, Cross Timbers GLC
Mike Rivers, Chair NE TX GLC
Clint Rollins
RMS/GLCI Grazingland Specialist
High Plains Region
6565 W. Amarillo Blvd Suite A, Amrillo, TX 79106
(806) 731-8733
Matt Coffman
NRCS GLC Grazing Specialist 
Southern Rolling Plains Region
539 Big Spring Hwy, Snyder, TX 79549
(325) 573-0171, x3
Grant Teplicek
NRCS GLC Grazing Specialist 
Concho Valley Region
3514 Devonian, Suite C, San Angelo, TX 76903
(325) 653-3521, x3
Preston Irwin 
NRCS GLC Grazing Specialist
Trans Pecos Region
Zone 2 Rangeland Management Specialist
3878 Houston Harte Expressway, San Angelo, TX 76901
(325) 944-0147
Jose Martinez
NRCS GLC Grazing Specialist 
South Texas Region
401 King #100, Kingsvile, TX 78363
(361) 592-0309, x3
Kason Haby
NRCS GLC Grazing Specialist 
Edwards Region 
257 Hwy 173 North, Honda, TX 78861
(803) 426-2013 x3
Matt Machacek
NRCS GLC Grazing Specialist 
Blackland Prairie Region
4321 W. State Highway 22, Corsicana, TX 76033
(903) 874-5131, x3
Kevin Derzapf
NRCS GLC Grazing Specialist 
Cross Timbers Region
604 North Main Street, Weatherford, TX 76086

John Stone

Stanley Bradbury
Zone 1 Rangeland Management Specialist
4609 West Loop 289, Lubbock, TX 79414-1403
(806) 791-0581
 Michael Willson
532 Santa Fe Drive, Weatherford, TX 76086
(817) 596-2825
Vivian Garcia
Zone 3 Rangeland Management Specialist 
13434 Leopard St. Suite A14, Corpus Christi, TX 78410
(361) 241-0609
Jason Hohlt
Zone 4 Rangeland Management Specialist 
1716 Briarcrest Dr., Bryan, TX 77880
(979) 846-0757
Charles Kneuper
Texas State Rangeland Management Specialist 
101 South Main St, Temple, TX 76501
(254) 742-9800


About Us

TXGLC provides educational opportunities for many groups, including wildlife and livestock organizations and schools. We collaborate and cooperate with our partners to provide meaningful information to land stewards and others. Grazing lands include rangeland and pasture land and make up more than 100 million acres, 65% of Texas!
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Coming to Fort Worth for TSCRA? Want to bring the kids but know they will be bored at meetings? Here’s a fun activity for kids ages 11-15 during TSCRA! They will spend a day exploring all things Range! ... See MoreSee Less

Coming to Fort Worth for TSCRA?  Want to bring the kids but know they will be bored at meetings?  Here’s a fun activity for kids ages 11-15 during TSCRA! They will spend a day exploring all things Range!

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Texas Grazing Land Coalition

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Texas Grazing Land Coalition

We've got five things you should know about the Cattle Raisers Convention and Expo:

1. It pays to sign up early. 📆 Attendees can save $100 on our best value, full registration, by registering by Feb. 21. Standard prices go into effect on Feb. 22 and continue through March 20. After that, attendees will pay the on-site price. These deadlines apply to all day passes, too.

2. You will make your hotel reservation during the registration process on You’ll have the choice of our four host hotels, but some will book faster than others. This is another great reason to register early — you’ll get your pick of rooms. 🛎 The cut off for booking a room in our discounted block is Feb. 21.

3. Looking for answers to your ranching questions? We’ve got them! This year’s School for Successful Ranching features 30 hours of continuing education from the industry’s most-sought-after speakers. 🎤

4. There are fun options for kids, too! From the Youth 🎨 Contests to Cow Camp (ages 5 to 10) to the Youth Range Workshops (ages 11 to 15), this is a family-friendly event.

5. This year’s schedule has been condensed. You’ll get out of Fort Worth a few hours earlier on Sunday. ⌚️ This is one of the many improvements we’ve made for 2020 based on feedback from our members.

For more info and to register go to ➡️
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