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Prolonged drought leaves mark on beef industry

Cattle producers have been affected across Oklahoma by varying degrees of drought for the past two years.
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2023 cattlewomen’s camp registration now open

Tue, Feb 21, 2023

The cattlewomen's camp is an interactive workshop on the production, financial management and market strategy involved in a cow/calf operation.

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OSU Extension on call for calving season questions

Mon, Feb 06, 2023

Many calves will be born in Oklahoma over the next few months, and OSU Extension specialists have some tips and checklists for a successful calving season.

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Veterinary Viewpoints: Cultivating veterinarian and producer relationships

Fri, Jan 13, 2023

What does a great relationship between a veterinarian and livestock owner look like? Livestock owners and veterinarians can agree that a strong relationship is critical for success in animal health and when done right, can be rewarding for all involved.

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Creative feed strategies for wintering cows are helpful but costly

Wed, Dec 07, 2022

An OSU Extension specialist discusses ways cattle producers can use concentrate feed to supplement during a hay shortage.

Animal Health and SciencesOSU AgricultureFood Land and Natural ResourcesCattleOSU Extension
Rancher’s Lunchtime Series explores wintering cows with limited forage

Wed, Nov 09, 2022

The next edition of the OSU Rancher's Lunchtime Series will feature four webinars on feeding cows through the winter with limited forage.

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Take caution, read labels when feeding failed crops

Tue, Oct 25, 2022

Producers should research the labels of chemicals applied to failed crops that were baled this year as an alternative forage source.

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OSU researchers study how technology impacts agriculture

Fri, Oct 21, 2022

Improving the sustainability, efficiency and environmental impacts of crops, water and cattle requires precise decisions. Researchers at Oklahoma State University are focused on how technology and science can aid in that process.

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