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Amy Hagerman discusses federal disaster assistance.
Oklahoma State University teaching associate Courtney Brown wants to ensure the next generation of Black agriculturalists grows with pride rather than shrink from disinterest.
OSU students will spend the summer in Harmon and Tillman counties in an effort to revitalize rural communities.
How the beef industry is weathering the effects of February snowstorm.
Hypothermia – a dangerously low body temperature – is a major cause of death in young lambs.
The 2021 Oklahoma Proven selection have been announced.
The primary goal is to enhance the catalog of functional elements in the known honeybee genome as a way to promote improved honeybee health.
Follow recommended livestock-care checklists to mitigate significant dangers that arctic blasts bring to animal health and production.
Horses need more feed to replace energy loss brought about by wintertime weather conditions, and that can lead to problems.
Cattle producers are only halfway through the hay feeding season, so it’s a good time to double-check they’re not wasting that precious resource.
The 47th season of Oklahoma Gardening premiers Feb. 13.
Providing undergraduate students with such research opportunities has been a decades-long emphasis in the OSU Ferguson College of Agriculture and has played a key role in many OSU Ag Research projects while growing the STEM fields – science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Antimicrobial stewardship is a coordinated effort by physicians, veterinarians, animal caretakers and agricultural producers to preserve the effectiveness of antimicrobial drugs.
Extended livestock grazing beyond first hollow stem stage can greatly reduce yields.
Safe use, storage and disposal of pesticides highlighted during Pesticide Safety Awareness Month.
Kay County 4-H'er Colton Tripp provides comfort bags to youth who are removed from their homes due to court orders or other reasons.
A new head of the U.S. Department of Agriculture will receive a lot of media attention as the conduit between a new presidential administration and the agricultural industry. Farmers and ranchers have other issues on their minds as well.
How OSU Extension is helping consumers cut down on food waste.
Johne's is contagious and can be transferred animal to animal within a species or from one ruminant to another such as a cow to a sheep.
A partnership between the Oklahoma State University Student Government Association, the Oklahoma Collegiate Cattlewomen, and the Oklahoma Beef Council to raise money for food insecurity across OSU’s campus kicks off Feb. 8.
Building raised beds can keep gardeners busy until warmer weather arrives.
It is not unusual for stage one to occur completely unnoticed, but stage two and stage three may require assistance from the cattle producer.
The weekly series is free to the public, but registration for the Zoom webinars is required between events.
Research such as this survey helps take the guesswork out of decisions that can affect dairy industry marketing decisions and commodity support programs.