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OSU Extension helps launch community grocery store

A new community grocery store is bringing healthy produce to a food desert in northeast Oklahoma City, in a private-public partnership supported by Oklahoma State University Extension agricultural expertise.
Appeal of produce photos rises with a few key words, OSU research finds

Thu, Apr 22, 2021

When it comes to marketing produce, “local” is good … but also ambiguous, according to new research by Courtney Bir, assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Oklahoma State University Extension specialist.

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Market recovery found among COVID-19 concerns, study finds

Mon, Apr 19, 2021

The agricultural industry has proven more resilient to pandemic disruptions than many had hoped, according to the latest market research by Oklahoma State University Extension experts.

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Meat goats tough out COVID-19 disruptions

Tue, Mar 30, 2021

Meat goat market disruptions due to COVID-19 last year appear to have made less of an impact than expected, said JJ Jones, Oklahoma State University Extension area agricultural economist.

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Dairy products continue to be popular purchase in households with children

Fri, Jan 29, 2021

Research such as this survey helps take the guesswork out of decisions that can affect dairy industry marketing decisions and commodity support programs.

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Producers should examine options before making changes to safety net programs

Wed, Dec 23, 2020

The current re-election and enrollment period goes until March 15, 2021, so there is plenty of time to survey the markets and think about whether a farm needs price protection or revenue protection.

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