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Learn more about growing fruit trees.
Justin Moss will serve as the new head of OSU's Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture.
Oklahomans have an opportunity to learn more about horticulture at the Biltmore estate in Asheville, North Carolina, during a lecture series hosted by the Oklahoma Horticultural Society.
The Oklahoma State University Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center and the Made in Oklahoma Coalition will hold the second MIO Coalition 4-H Recipe Contest.
Preparing your home for winter weather will help ensure you and your family stay warm this winter.
Don't let falling temperatures break the bank on utility bills.
Sponsored by OSU Cooperative Extension, the conference is a merger of two past successful events: The Cattle Trails Wheat and Stocker Conference and the Northwest Oklahoma Beef Conference.
A collaborative effort by OSU Cooperative Extension and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, the annual 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 Oklahoma State University Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center continued to support innovation and growth of food and agricultural businesses throughout Oklahoma in 2019, providing a total economic impact of more than $28 million.
Beef exports were down 9 percent in October compared to last year, with 2019 beef exports to date declining in four of the top five U.S. beef export markets.
The Industry Advisory Committee of the Oklahoma State University Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center met at the Oklahoma State Capitol in Oklahoma City to help build relationships with legislators and discuss impacts of the OSU food center.
The Christmas season is here, and many will be gathering around the dinner table enjoying their favorite holiday meals. The Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center wants to make sure families keep food safety tips in mind when preparing those holiday meals.
Illegal dumpsite are not just unsightly, they also can cause damage to the environment.
Beef Quality Summit celebrates its 20th anniversary on the cusp of a new decade.
Some deicing methods can be harmful to landscape plants and hardscapes.
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.