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Wilson was awarded a 2019 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, one of the premier honors awarded to a student researcher.
Livestock producers may qualify for financial aid under the Emergency Assistance for Livestock, Honeybees and Farm-Raised Fish Program.
Replacement heifers represent a long-term investment and source of new genetics for a cattle herd, and so must be productive from the get-go.
Livestock operators must notify Farm Service Agency within 30 days of the death of their animals.
The CREATE BRIDGES project, a rural development initiative in two areas of Oklahoma, is seeking volunteers for a new Business Retention and Expansion program.
Floodwaters disturb the soil, which can expose the spores that trigger the diseases.
The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) announced the winners of their Major Awards and Oklahoma State University’s Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering (BAE) department in the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology will receive high recognition.
Widespread flooding in Oklahoma has affected wildlife populations.
Excessive moisture can lead to foot rot in cattle, for which lameness is often the first symptom.
OKlahoma's infrastructure struggles to keep up due to devastating flooding.
4-H'ers in Cherokee County collect monetary donations and purchase needed supplies for flooding victims.
Moisture is important to plant health and proper watering of the landscape is essential. Gardeners can follow these tips to help ensure they are watering properly and efficiently.
The new center will be a state-of-the-art facility dedicated to conducting animal studies primarily related to climate variability, production efficiency and sustainability in the areas of animal and human health; animal genetics, growth, nutrition and reproduction; and general animal well-being.
The award recognizes and promotes exceptional teaching by a faculty member with less than five years of experience in higher education teaching.
A former ag teacher himself, Ramsey knows firsthand the importance of agricultural education in public schools.
One of Weeks’ greatest contributions to OSU is her role in developing the curriculum for the bachelor’s degree in agricultural leadership.
In addition to mentoring students, Wilson served as her department’s graduate coordinator for seven years.
The Payne County Master Gardeners will hosting a garden tour June 9 in Stillwater. Participants will have a chance to see new, innovative ideas they can implement in their own gardens.
Many Oklahoma residents returned to their homes following the recent weather to discover their important papers and books soaked with floodwater. Using the steps mentioned, many of those important papers and books can be salvaged.
Extension educators throughout the state will host free-and-open-to-the-public community forums in May and June.
The public is invited to The Botanic Garden at Oklahoma State University for the upcoming Herb and Succulent Festival slated June 8. There will be something for the whole family.
Milford Jenkins has been selected to serve as the new executive director of the Oklahoma 4-H Foundation.
Oklahomans know all too well the effects floodwaters can have on both individuals and communities. Floods can cause loss of human life, damage to property, destruction of crops, loss of livestock and more. The safety of food and beverage products following a flood also is a concern.
Research shows physical activity not only helps a person sleep and feel better, it also reduces the risk of many chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, some cancers and type 2 diabetes.