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The COVID-19 pandemic brings added stress for families.
Students in Wyatt Hoback’s ENTO 2003 Insects and Society class appreciate a good sting in a fun learning environment.
Honorees embody the ideals and mission of the Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources and have provided significant benefits to their career fields, their communities, the people of Oklahoma and OSU.
Appearance, functionality and animal safety are important factors for horse owners to consider as they change the trees and other plants in an equine’s environment.
Insect Adventure has long been providing benefits to youth educational programming.
Hailin Zhang, OSU Extension specialist and Regents Professor, has received the Southern Region Excellence in Extension Award.
The opportunity for Oklahomans to be counted in the U.S. Census is only weeks away.
A successful plan involves a written protocol, knowledgeable and skilled personnel and ways to minimize stress and promote healing.
Safety is key when home canning.
Producers should talk with local veterinarians about the plan and incorporate their suggestions.
Brian Whitacre is one of the nation’s leading researchers and outreach proponents on rural broadband accessibility and use.
Qualifying producers wishing to take part in the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program have until Sept. 11 to apply, an extension of the date previously announced by USDA.
Participating cattle producers have experienced consistent premiums averaging $12.75 per hundredweight over the last nine years compared to non-preconditioned calves.
Oklahoma State University Extension and animal medicine experts are launching a series of Thursday evening webinars to explore rural veterinary practice issues and beef sustainability.
Andres Espindola Camacho, Oklahoma State University research scientist, was named one of eight researchers to recently receive the New Innovator in 2019 Food and Agriculture Research Award.
Farm Credit Associations of Oklahoma doubles annual 4-H Hall of Fame scholarships.
Four groups of Oklahoma State University students, faculty and industry mentors have each been selected to receive $50,000 grants and additional mentoring through the National Science Foundation (NSF) I-Corps program.
Changes have been seen on a global scale for the past few months. As consumers learn to adapt and adjust to the outcomes of the pandemic, producers and workers in the meat industry especially have been impacted. The Oklahoma State University Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center offers resources for meat processing opportunities.
Violations of drug residue regulations can result in expensive fines for the rancher, creating not only a hardship for the individual producer but a black eye for the entire beef industry.
It takes 200-300 days for agricultural liming to effectively change soil pH in a field.
The diversity allows a landowner to manage for many different possible land-use objectives, often on the same acreage.
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.