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The three online surveys – for beef producers, veterinarians and feedlot operators – will be available to potential participants through Sept. 30.
The Institute for Biosecurity and Microbial Forensics focuses on tactical sciences needed to succeed in biosecurity objectives.
Researchers have discovered a way to safely make infused oils at home.
Grasshopper control is necessary in home landscapes and agricultural land.
College students should consider renter's insurance to protect their personal belongings.
The popular Ranchers Thursday Lunchtime series of free cattle industry webinars is extending into August and September with a spotlight on alfalfa, Oklahoma State University Extension officials said.
Amidst the recent changes created by the pandemic, a small sense of “normal” seems to be returning as the start of schools across the nation creeps closer. While food safety always is key when resuming the process of packing a student’s lunch, new tips and tricks can be employed this year to further promote food safety.
Jackson County 4-H'er Tori Booker is inducted into the Oklahoma 4-H Hall of Fame.
BQA certification is a requirement for producers to participate in Oklahoma Beef Quality Network fall sales.
On average, nearly 40% of total operating costs in cow-calf enterprises are associated with animal nutrition.
Cattle grazing alfalfa pastures is a common sight and alfalfa hay generates $107.6 million annually to the Oklahoma economy.
Custer County 4-H'er Erin Slagell was inducted into the Oklahoma 4-H Hall of Fame during the 99th State 4-H Roundup.
Although seeds may turn out to be harmless, they may also carry a potential threat to our country and our state’s soil and natural resources.
Local OSU Extension office used its university license to host multiple county meetings on Zoom and broadcast them live on Facebook in April, May and June.
As of the last week of July, corn is still three to four weeks from physiological maturity.
Overview of the 99th State 4-H Roundup
Respondents were surveyed June 12-20. Of particular focus is a seven-state region including Oklahoma.
Parents may have various options for sending children back to school this fall.
The Oklahoma State Fair generates about $104 million in direct spending annually.
Size matters when it comes to many postemergence herbicides and effective weed control in double-cropping systems.
It is time to start planning and planting fall gardens.
Expanding drought conditions and sporadic rainfall mean livestock and forage producers need to be wary of the potential for nitrates building up in plants.
OSU Extension hosted community forums to help residents identify top community concerns.
All is not lost for 4-H’ers who were planning exhibits and prepping show animals for the fair season.