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Soybeans and grain sorghum are the most common double-crops planted, though sesame, sunflowers and forage crops are popular with some producers.
The premium for uniform, multiple-head lots is attributed to the convenience of filling orders for cattle of a specified description on the part of an order buyer.
This multi-disciplinary, multi-institutional effort focuses on societal problems associated with water availability, land use and infrastructure in Oklahoma.
The disease, which has a nearly 100% fatality rate in domestic and wild rabbits, is not transmitted from rabbits to humans.
Oklahoma State University’s Women’s Faculty Council was recently honored with INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine’s 2020 Inspiring Affinity Group Award.
Producers should contact their OSU Extension county agricultural educator to discuss options that best fit their specific operations and available resources.
The OSU/A&M Board of Regents approved a $1.36 billion operating budget for the Oklahoma State University system for fiscal year 2021 during its June 19 meeting held via Zoom.
Animals that are in constant contact with humans such as a family milk cow, show animals, horses and pets should be vaccinated.
4-H club members from across the state and beyond are developing kitchen skills and bringing the family back to the table for meals.
Culling open heifers immediately after checks for pregnancy serves several economically valuable purposes.
The National Science Foundation recently awarded Oklahoma State University’s Department of Computer Science a Rapid Response Research grant of more than $100,000 to develop virtual reality-based training simulators for COVID-19 first responders. Computer science professor Dr. J. Cecil, who is leading the project, explained that the proposal was approved by NSF in a matter of weeks—a process that can typically take at least six months.
KOSU is expanding its newsroom staff with a new reporter to cover agriculture and rural issues. Reporter Seth Bodine comes to KOSU as a member of Report for America, a national service program that places journalists in local newsrooms to report on under-covered issues and communities. It is an initiative of the GroundTruth Project, a nonprofit news organization.
Practical tips for helping a dog or cat avoid heat stress.
With all the pandemic-related challenges going on this year, implementing safeguards through harvest season has been relatively straightforward and doable.
Tips for consumers to help cut summer cooling costs.
High environmental temperatures, prolonged or intense exercise and inadequate hydration may all contribute to the problem.
Producers need to pick up as much debris as possible following weather events that have strong winds.
Oklahoma law requires that horses be confined to a quarantined location for at least 14 days from the onset of the last case on the property.
OSU Extension's Community Nutrition Education Programs continue to deliver research-based nutrition information to participants during COVID-19 pandemic.
Consumers may be receiving the economic stimulus payment as a prepaid debit card.
Dr. Farida Jalalzai and Dr. Louise Siddons receive Fulbright U.S. Scholar Awards
Faculty in the Oklahoma State University educational leadership program knew they had established something special with the TeleEd program, but no one could have imagined the impact it would have during an unexpected worldwide pandemic.
Correct administration of any injection is a critical control point in beef production and animal health.
The online survey is voluntary and all responses are anonymous. Most people can complete it in about five minutes.