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At Annie’s Project courses, farm/ranch women become empowered to be better business partners or sole operators through networks and by managing and organizing critical information.
Charles Cox, former state program leader for the Oklahoma 4-H Youth Development program, recently was inducted into the National 4-H Hall of Fame.
Cull cows represent about 20 percent of the gross income in commercial cow-calf operations.
There will continue to be stresses on fed cattle demand and flows of cattle to slaughter until the damaged Tyson Finney County plant returns to operation.
Slated annually on Oct. 16, World Food Day is a way to bring light to food insecurity, hunger and nourishment, all of which are issues faced by millions around the world.
The workshop is part of a multi-state Cooperative Extension effort being conducted in Colorado, Nebraska, Kansas and Oklahoma.
Participants can hear cutting-edge information from and interact with leading experts from across the country, all in a single setting.
Members of the South Rock Creek School 4-H Club are learning about gardening and more thanks to the dedication of their club leader.
Oklahoma State University scientists are teaming up with peer researchers at Kansas State University and USDA-Agricultural Research Service in El Reno to enhance cropping systems in the southern Great Plains.
Leading medical and nutrition organization have developed new, comprehensive recommendations for beverage consumption for children ages 5 and younger.
Grass tetany, caused by magnesium deficiency, typically is not a major problem in Oklahoma. However, occasional cases are reported, typically in beef cows during early lactation, with the issue being more prevalent in older cows.
A larger than projected decrease in August cattle placements pulled U.S. feedlot inventories lower than expected, coming in at 10.98 million head, down 1.3 percent from one year ago.
Golfers interested in participating in the 22nd Annual Clover Classic Golf Tournament can register now.
Producers are encouraged to respond by Oct. 11.
Football season is well underway, and many fans are counting down until their next tailgate to cheer on their favorite teams. The Oklahoma State University Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center recommends food safety tips to help tailgaters ensure they have a fun and safe football season.
Projections for 2019 show China importing 18.7 percent of global beef imports along with another 6.1 percent of imports into Hong Kong.
Pre- and post-fair animal health protocols should be followed. Vigilance is job one.
The annual GardenFest, Mum Sale and Pumpkin Palooza will take place Oct. 5 at The Botanic Garden at OSU.
OK Corral is OSU's best all-around beardless wheat variety since Deliver, and overall is the most attractive beardless variety in the hard red winter wheat marketplace today.
Before the fall weather moves it, prepare your patio plants to be moved indoors.
As producers finish with planting and harvest this fall, it is important they set aside time to consider their options for risk management programs as provided through the 2018 farm bill.
Cattle producers who employ fall calving in their herds currently should be making certain replacement heifers to be used in late November are ready.
The upcoming Organic Oklahoma Conference will provide organic producers, gardeners and conventional producers valuable information about soil health.
he Oklahoma State University Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center is challenging college students to share their creative and innovative ideas for new food and beverage products for a chance to compete in a product innovation competition in November. The Food Product Innovation Competition will take place Nov. 5 from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at FAPC and will foster creative research, idea development, product and process development, and commercialization potential and evaluation. Individuals or teams who want to compete must complete the entry form by Oct. 10.