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Livestock producers should examine drought assistance programs

Drought conditions have hit some Oklahoma livestock producers hard, but help may be available through U.S. Department of Agriculture assistance programs for operations that depend heavily on forage and grazing.
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Register now to attend Oct. 13 Rural Economic Outlook Conference

Thu, Sep 30, 2021

The director of Cobank’s Knowledge Exchange Division and the director of international trade and market access for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association will be keynote speakers.

Outreach and EngagementDivision of Agricultural Sciences and Natural ResourcesDepartment of Agricultural EconomicsOSU ExtensionOSU AgricultureNews TopicsAgricultural FinanceRural Development
OSU and K-State agricultural roots run deep together

Fri, Sep 24, 2021

The Sept. 25 football game between the Oklahoma State University Cowboys and Kansas State University Wildcats is a competition that has a long and historic tradition, but a cooperative partnership between the two universities has been providing benefits throughout the region for just as many years.

wheatDepartment of Agricultural EconomicsOSU AgricultureOutreach and EngagementLivestockDepartment of Plant and Soil SciencesOSU Ag ResearchNews TopicsOSU Extension
OSU faculty to pilot program for technology literacy

Wed, Sep 22, 2021

Oklahoma State University faculty from the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology, College of Education and Human Sciences, Ferguson College of Agriculture and Spears School of Business are teaming up to pilot the use of a novel educational tool for technology literacy.

Ferguson College of AgricultureDepartment of Agricultural EconomicsOSU AgricultureElectrical and Computer EngineeringRural Renewal InitiativeCollege of Engineering Architecture and TechnologySpears School of BusinessScience and Mathematics EducationAg ResearchSchool of Teaching Learning and Educational SciencesSchool of EntrepreneurshipOSU Ag ResearchCollege of Education and Human Sciences
Veterinarians, pet owners struggle with payment plans

Thu, Sep 16, 2021

Although veterinary technology continues to improve and enter the mainstream the availability of customer payment systems to help provide those services still lags, according to recent Courtney Bir, an Oklahoma State University Extension specialist and assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics.

OSU ExtensionFerguson College of AgricultureOSU AgricultureDepartment of Agricultural EconomicsPetsAgricultural Sciences and Natural ResourcesCollege of Veterinary Medicine
Online business improvement training available for some Oklahoma counties

Mon, Aug 16, 2021

Employees and managers of local businesses in the following counties are eligible: Creek, Osage, Pawnee, Adair, Cherokee, Delaware, Mayes and Sequoyah counties.

Rural DevelopmentNews TopicsOSU AgricultureOSU ExtensionOutreach and EngagementDepartment of Agricultural EconomicsDivision of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources

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