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Tick talk: Time for parasite prevention, OSU experts say

Oklahomans are noticing they’re inadvertently bringing home tiny, uninvited hitchhikers this summer, Oklahoma State University experts said. It's tick season.
Women in agriculture gaining recognition long deserved

Tue, Mar 16, 2021

Based on the latest Census of Agriculture and organizational hierarchy charts throughout the industry, it might seem as though women have been stepping into more ag leadership roles in recent years. But they’ve been there all along, from farm to board room.

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Undergraduate research uncovers more than expected

Wed, Feb 10, 2021

Providing undergraduate students with such research opportunities has been a decades-long emphasis in the OSU Ferguson College of Agriculture and has played a key role in many OSU Ag Research projects while growing the STEM fields – science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

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Ranchers webinar series moves into alfalfa

Tue, Aug 04, 2020

The popular Ranchers Thursday Lunchtime series of free cattle industry webinars is extending into August and September with a spotlight on alfalfa, Oklahoma State University Extension officials said.

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OSU Extension offices take steps to reopen

Fri, May 22, 2020

Oklahoma State University Extension is moving through the next phase of reopening county offices to the public in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, officials said.

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OKC park green to go with Extension resources

Tue, Apr 21, 2020

The greenery in spring bloom at Scissortail Park were chosen for central Oklahoma, OSU alumnus and horticulture director Lance Swearengen said. Extension played a key role. That’s not hyperbole, either; it’s a design point expected to save hundreds of thousands of dollars for taxpayers who backed the MAPS 3 project, the park’s director of horticulture said recently.

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Webinars set for cattle industry over viral concerns

Mon, Mar 23, 2020

Oklahoma State University and Extension experts will host two online teleconferences March 26 and 31 to address questions about the cattle industry, markets and COVID-19.

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Coronavirus concerns high in rural areas

Thu, Mar 19, 2020

Health officials are warning rural communities to be just as cautious as more densely populated areas in their response to the spread of COVID-19. A lower rate of person-to-person transmission might delay infection, but it’s still highly likely anyway, said Megan Monteith, Oklahoma State University Extension area specialist in health disparities.

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Children need support facing tornadoes and virus

Fri, Mar 13, 2020

Parents struggling with the question of how to prepare children for the COVID-19 threat probably already have plenty of experience to tap into, Oklahoma State University professor Laura Hubbs-Tait said: Tornado season.

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