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Dietary supplements are no substitute for healthy eating.
Pecan growers learn more about orchard management in upcoming Zoom sessions.
Extension educators are serving food, answering questions and helping people fill out forms correctly across Oklahoma's 77 counties.
The honor recognized their development and delivery of innovative programs to adult and youth audiences, despite challenges presented by COVID-19 shutdowns.
Gail Wilson’s grasslands research may literally help lessen the greenhouse gas issue from the ground up.
The study will identify preferences and barriers to sustainable management practices that are socially acceptable, economically feasible and have the potential to enhance the region’s ecosystem.
Newly updated Dietary Guidelines for Americans offers nutritional information for infants and toddlers.
The award recognized the group’s successful efforts to combat an Oklahoma plant disease emergency.
Previously obtained colostrum must be kept frozen to protect the integrity of the large protein molecules that make up the various immunoglobulins.
Safer Routes to School project helps fight childhood obesity in Adair County.
Love County 4-H'ers place at national competition.
The Oklahoma State University Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center is pleased to announce the “Understanding Food Labeling Regulations” course is available for enrollment in an online platform.
Mallory was honored for his highly successful use of YouTube as a way to provide educational information during the coronavirus pandemic.
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.