Collingsworth County Extension operates under the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, which teaches Texans wherever they live, extending research-based knowledge to benefit their families and communities. The Extension uses science-based research to educate Texans about agriculture, healthy living, and educates through through 4-H programs.
About the County:
Collingsowth was created in 1876 from the Bexar and Young Districts. The county was named for the Republic of Texas first Chief Justice James Collingsworth. The county seat is Wellington and is centered around agriculture. Land uses in Collingsworth County include peanuts, cotton, alfalfa, wheat, sorghum, and cattle grazing. Approximately half the county is used for crop production and the other half is used for livestock.
Collingsworth County lies in the southeastern part of the Texas Panhandle and consists of rolling, broken terrain with creeks flowing into forks of the Red River and fields with a sandy to sandy loam soil. Recreation includes the Collingsworth County Museum, Pioneer Park, the Wellington Activity Center, Wellington Fair Grounds, hunting, fishing and golf. Agriculture is the major source for employment.
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Contact Collingsworth County
800 West Avenue
Courthouse, Room 4
Wellington, Texas 79095 Phone:
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