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Patch burning a potential cost saver for supplemental feed

Hannah Baker, an OSU graduate student in agricultural economics, is currently conducting research on the economic benefits of patch burning, which has the potential to save producers on supplemental feed costs.
Hannah Baker and Cooper Sherill looking at burned grass.
Fairbanks honored with Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Advising and Mentoring

Tue, Apr 26, 2022

Sue Fairbanks, associate professor in the OSU Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management, was recognized with the Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Advising and Mentoring at the Ferguson College of Agriculture Scholarship and Awards Banquet.

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Oh, deer: changing seasons require driving caution

Fri, Nov 19, 2021

Drivers need to pay more attention to deer crossing Oklahoma roads while the animals are listening to other instincts this time of year, said Dwayne Elmore, Oklahoma State University Extension wildlife management specialist.

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Take a proactive approach to wildfire season

Wed, Sep 29, 2021

The wildfire season begins in November, but OSU Extension specialists say a deadly and destructive wildfire can sweep through Oklahoma's prairie any time of the year.

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Loss receives Ferguson College of Agriculture Excellence in Graduate Student Advising and Mentoring Award

Wed, Sep 08, 2021

Scott Loss is an associate professor in the Oklahoma State University Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management.

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