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Beef cattle and swine are the livestock being studied, with both research efforts studying how animals process feed.
A member of OSU Extension since 2001, McDaniel has served as Pottawatomie County Extension director since 2013.
Building up your savings can help relieve anxiety about unexpected expenses.
Registration open for Red River Crops Conference.
Develop healthy habits in the new year to help meet weight loss goals.
Get a jump start on spring gardening by starting seeds in the winter.
A retail food industry expert, Marc Jones of HAC Inc., is the newest member of the Oklahoma State University Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center advisory board.
The next round of the popular Ranchers Thursday Lunchtime series of teleconferences for the cattle industry moves into the topics of managing cattle and forage in dry weather patterns, Oklahoma State University Extension officials said.
Teaching children about good money management.
Age-appropriate, open conversations with children are comforting and can calm their nerves.
The current re-election and enrollment period goes until March 15, 2021, so there is plenty of time to survey the markets and think about whether a farm needs price protection or revenue protection.
Fifteen-year-old Reed Marcum has been spearheading an annual toy giveaway for four years, with 2020 being the biggest yet.
Bovine Respiratory Disease generates an estimated $800 million to $900 million annually in economic losses within the U.S. cattle industry.
Keeping pipes from freezing can alleviate costly repairs.
Having discussions about scours management with a large animal veterinarian now will save time, energy and dollars later, and it improves overall animal welfare.
Buy safe and appropriate gifts for pets.
The year 2020 has been one of uncertainty, and there is no doubt the coronavirus pandemic has had a significant impact on the food industry. From temporarily closing of manufacturing plants to food product shortages, changes have been seen on a global scale. However, the Oklahoma State University Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center continued to support innovation and growth of food and agricultural businesses throughout Oklahoma in 2020, providing a total economic impact of more than $6 million.
Producers who did not plant cover crops earlier this year should be making plans to maximize their grazing resources in 2021 by speaking with their Oklahoma State University Extension county agricultural educator.
Proper care of poinsettias.
For the second time this year, the Oklahoma State University Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center’s advisory board met online to discuss projects, programs and opportunities of the center.
Staying hydrated in the wintertime is important.
Blasts of cold winter weather interspersed with almost spring-like temperatures this time of year can be particularly stressful to cattle health and conditioning.
The Christmas season is here, and many will be gathering around the dinner table enjoying their favorite holiday meals. The Oklahoma State University Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center wants to make sure families keep food safety tips in mind when preparing those holiday meals.
It’s been a long 365 days filled with uncertainty and change. The one constant, however, was a continued love for both food and cooking across the nation. Oklahoma State University's Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center predicts the top food trends for 2021.