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Followup story highlighting the Rural Renewal Symposium.
This Halloween, pandemic precautions have added an extra level of safety concern to celebrations, but precautions don’t have to scare people away from the holiday.
The visitor center offers a unique and innovative platform to advance OSU's land-grant mission.
Sound businessman, innovator, visionary and strong entrepreneurial spirit are words to help describe the newest member of the Oklahoma State University Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center advisory board. Appointed by the President Pro Tempore of the Oklahoma Senate, Dan Jolliff, owner of U.S. Roaster Corp and Roasters Exchange in Oklahoma City, joins the 16-member Industry Advisory Committee to help oversee the center’s mission and vision.
Watering tips to keep grass healthy into the winter.
The Oklahoma State University Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center understands this need and has partnered with the Small Business Development Center in Durant, Oklahoma, to hire a quality management specialist to serve the food processing industry in the state. Stephanie Baker, 2007 OSU food science graduate from Meeker, Oklahoma, will lead and manage quality, food safety and security programs for the Oklahoma food industries, as well as best manufacturing practices for product outputs and employee safe health practices.
Cutting-edge technologies and research-based educational experiences are giving students working at the center the practical, applicable skills needed to pursue a variety of career options in the dairy industry.
Special holiday treats enjoyed by humans often is toxic to their pets.
Producers are encouraged to respond by Nov. 10.
The webinar will begin at noon. There is no cost to participate. Advance registration is required.
Planting trees and shrubs in the fall allows time for root system to develop before winter arrives.
OSU Extension’s newly redesigned catalog of self-paced, online courses also offers an introduction to agronomy and instruction on prescribed fires, selling home bakery items and understanding county government.
Household cleaning tips following COVID-19 diagnosis.
Brian Arnall has been named the recipient of the Ferguson College of Agriculture Excellence in Graduate Student Advising and Mentoring Award.
OSU professor wins Ferguson College of Agriculture Excellence in Teaching Award.
Nutrition requirements for beef cattle require a shift between seasons.
Armyworms do not overwinter in Oklahoma, but until first frost occurs, keep a close eye on the status of crops.
OSU Extension economists are working to recruit farmers and ranchers and help them complete beginning balance sheets.
Cooler weather sends mice scurrying to find indoor shelter.
Despite cooler temperatures, garden activities are still abundant in the fall.
Plant propagation is the process of making new plants, and a great way for gardeners to get more out of their garden investment
Cull cows represent approximately 20% of the gross income of any commercial cow operation.
OSU's Ferguson College of Agriculture Alumni Board has selected Kelli Payne, Mustang, Oklahoma, as a 2020 Early Career Achievement Award winner.
OSU Ferguson College of Agriculture graduate recognized with award.