Skip to main content

News and Media

Open Main MenuClose Main Menu

Producers may benefit from CRP Grasslands signup

Producers can apply through Aug. 20.
Photo of pasture with a fence running down the middle of it.
Test for nitrate levels before cutting summer annuals for hay

Tue, Jul 11, 2017

STILLWATER, Okla. – Hot summer weather means Oklahoma forage producers should be testing their summer annuals before cutting them for hay, especially for those areas of the state suffering from drought conditions.

OSU AgricultureAgricultural Sciences and Natural ResourcesFerguson College of AgricultureExtensionOutreach and EngagementNitrate ToxicityAnimal Health and SciencesPlant and Soil Sciencespasture
Pasture legumes may help manage nitrogen fertilizer inputs

Sun, Jul 09, 2017

PURCELL, Okla. – The cost of nitrogen fertilizer can be one of the biggest expenses to forage production, leading many producers to wonder if there is a cheaper way of producing the forage they need for their grazing animals.

Ferguson College of AgricultureOSU AgricultureAgricultural Sciences and Natural ResourcespastureExtensionOutreach and EngagementCattle
OSU Summer Forages Field Day set for July 18

Tue, Jun 20, 2017

CHICKASHA, Okla. – Agricultural producers looking to take advantage of the latest information about forage varieties, best management practices and related smartphone technology should RSVP now to attend Oklahoma State University’s Summer Forages Field Day on July 18.

Ferguson College of AgricultureOSU AgricultureAgricultural Sciences and Natural ResourcesExtensionOutreach and EngagementCropsExperiment StationCattlepasture
OSU Panhandle Wheat Tour set for May 22 and 23

Fri, May 12, 2017

GOODWELL, Okla. – Wheat producers attending the Oklahoma State University Panhandle Wheat Tour days will be able to evaluate more than 25 varieties at three local trials and 55 varieties at a semi-irrigated station trial on May 22 and 23.

Ferguson College of AgricultureOSU AgricultureAgricultural Sciences and Natural ResourcespasturewheatExtensionOutreach and Engagementresearch
Musk thistles may be a blooming weed problem for some Oklahoma pastures

Fri, Apr 21, 2017

PURCELL, Okla. – Musk thistle may present a certain showy appearance – red-purple flowers and very spiny leaves and stem – but it is a weed nonetheless, and therefore unwanted in pasture and range sites.

Ferguson College of AgricultureAgricultural Sciences and Natural ResourcesOSU Agriculturemusk thistlerangelandExtensionOutreach and Engagementpasture
Back To Top
SVG directory not found.