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Prussic acid toxicity threatens livestock in extreme weather

Rainfall after a flash drought has heightened the threat of prussic acid toxicity in the Johnsongrass cattle often eat.
Three black calves standing in front of tall native grass. The calf on the far left has a white tag in its right ear. The middle calf has an orange tag in its right ear, and the far right calf has a blue tag in its right ear.
Prolonged drought leaves mark on beef industry

Thu, May 25, 2023

Cattle producers have been affected across Oklahoma by varying degrees of drought for the past two years.

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Register now for OSU Ranch Tour, May 11-12

Tue, Apr 25, 2023

OSU Extension beef specialists will host a six-stop ranch tour through southern Oklahoma.

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Open for business: Cowboy Meats opens retail store at FAPC

Wed, Aug 31, 2022

Cowboy Meats Retail Store opens in the Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center at OSU.

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OSU research aims to save billions for beef industry

Thu, Aug 04, 2022

Oklahoma State University scientists aim to help save the beef industry money through their research on the discoloration of meat.

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OSU researchers look at meat plants post-pandemic

Fri, May 21, 2021

An ongoing decline in small meat plants in Oklahoma had already led to processing wait times of about nine months pre-COVID-19. How is that market shaping up now?

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Know your quality grades to get the most out of steak season

Tue, May 04, 2021

More than 98% of American households purchased meat in 2020, and 43% of Americans now buy more meat than before the pandemic.

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