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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.
A lone heifer calf with a red body and white face walking across a pasture primarily covered in dry, brown soil and little green vegetation.
Equine herpes a growing concern this show season

Thu, May 04, 2023

Horse owners should closely monitor their horses for neurologic signs of equine herpes myeloencephalopathy during show and rodeo season this summer.

HorsesEquineOSU ExtensionAnimal Health and SciencesOSU Agriculture
Inaugural HPNRI symposium spurs new research connections

Thu, May 04, 2023

The Oklahoma State University Human Performance and Nutrition Research Institute (HPNRI) celebrated its inaugural symposium last week, uniting dozens of faculty and thought leaders from across campuses and disciplines to explore new avenues for research and collaboration.

College of Education and Human Scienceshpnriosu athleticsCollege of Arts and SciencesCollege of Engineering Architecture and TechnologyCollege of Osteopathic MedicineStudent AffairsPresident Kayse ShrumCollege of Veterinary MedicineOklahoma State University Center for Health Scienceslance walkerFerguson College of AgricultureOSU Extension
FDA rule requiring veterinary prescriptions takes effect in June

Wed, May 03, 2023

Livestock producers should ensure they have an established relationship with a local veterinarian to obtain certain antibiotics for their animals after June 11.

Animal Health and SciencesOSU AgricultureOSU Extension
OSU Rural Scholars plan summer research on community revitalization

Fri, Apr 28, 2023

Twelve students will immerse themselves in rural Oklahoma communities this summer to study community development.

ResearchOSU ExtensionOSU AgricultureRural DevelopmentOSU Ag Researchrural renewal
Education Everywhere for Everyone: New Frontiers campaign to benefit OSU Extension programs

Thu, Apr 27, 2023

OSU Extension will soon benefit from a new, cutting-edge facility that will help equip faculty, staff and students with the skills, knowledge and ability to work together to advance teaching, research and outreach efforts.

State MagazineFerguson College of AgricultureOSU ExtensionNew Frontiers Agricultural Hall
Free workshop on dangers of emerging contaminant scheduled for May 17

Wed, Apr 26, 2023

A seminar on Per and Polyfluroalkyl Substance will be held in person and via webinar to inform the public.

OSU ExtensionOSU AgricultureRural DevelopmentDepartment of Agricultural Economics

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