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Protein options, refrigerated snacks, a new generation of foodies and more are on the menu for 2020, as the Oklahoma State University Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center selects the hottest food trends for the upcoming year.
Make sure you are taking advantage of all the 2019 tax breaks before the end of the year.
A collaborative effort by OSU Cooperative Extension and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, the conference focuses on providing relevant management information applicable to the Red River region that can help enhance the potential profitability of farm and ranch enterprises.
The 2019 Market Manager Certification Program will provide learning opportunities for farmers market managers.
When the last bite of turkey is consumed and the plates are cleared, the next item on the Thanksgiving agenda is a nap. Because turkey makes you sleepy, right? Darren Scott, food scientist at Oklahoma State University’s Robert M. Kerr Food & Agricultural Products Center, debunks this myth.
Breaking some traditional habits in the kitchen can lead to a safe holiday meal.
Seventeen new food product creations were unveiled during the Oklahoma State University Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center’s third annual Food Product Innovation Competition.
The holiday season is officially here, and Thanksgiving Day is quickly approaching. While many Oklahomans will be preparing holiday meals for their families and friends, the risk of food poisoning is lurking. FAPC offers food safety tips to keep your family safe and make sure food poisoning is not on the menu this Thanksgiving.
Bred heifers should be allowed access to wheat pasture no more frequently than alternate days.
Food handling and safety tips for preparing turkey this Thanksgiving.
Several Oklahoma counties have experienced snowfall already, heralding the start of hay feeding season that will expand to other counties in the coming weeks, and the need for producers to employ some value-adding mathematics.
Strong demand and tighter Choice beef supplies are contributing to sharply higher Choice beef product prices in the fourth quarter.
Member of the Grady County Oklahoma Home and Community Education group put their sewing and quilting skills to good use and made Quilts of Honor to donate to local veterans.
Bo Zhang, assistant professor in OSU’s Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, has been named the recipient of the most prestigious honor in the profession of landscape architecture.
These tips can help ease the financial burden many families may face during the holidays.
Perhaps best known as the individual Oprah Winfrey called her “favorite guest of all time,” Trent was honored during Oct. 25 ceremonies on OSU’s Stillwater campus.
Susanne Wasson is a self-described “enthusiastic champion” of OSU’s Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.
It has been said Oklahoma State University alumnus and former Oklahoma A&M Board of Regents member Austin Kenyon “bleeds orange and black,” a memorable phase that sums up his longstanding commitment to and support of the university’s land-grant mission.
Custer County’s Clint Roush leads a life of diversified stewardship: of the land, with generations of students and for the agricultural industry itself, where he served as a champion of cooperatives for many years.
Waits has worked at the interface between technology innovation and the application of those innovations to agricultural production through his career.
Kathy Noltensmeyer of Edmond discovered her soulmate while attending Oklahoma State University in the 1960s, a relationship that enriched not only her own life experiences, but ultimately those of Oklahoma’s farm families and agricultural industry as well.
Worldwide, total global production of beef, pork and poultry is projected to decline by 1.5 percent year-over-year in 2019 and decrease another 2.4 percent in 2020 as a result of decreased pork production caused by African Swine Fever.
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.