November 2017 Profile: Scott Landgraf

October 30, 2017 0
Our Vision. Our Pecans. By Laci Jones On a cloudy, late September morning in Madill, Okla., Scott Landgraf picked a pecan off the ground and pulled out a small pocket knife. The owner of Landgraf […]

Weekly Market Report: 10/20/17

October 24, 2017 0
By Trent Milacek The October Cattle on Feed Report offered another surprise to cattle markets with larger than expected placements. Compared to a year ago, placements in feedlots increased 13 percent to 2.15 million head. […]

Umbilical Hernia

October 20, 2017 0
By Lauren Lamb An umbilical hernia is a defect in the horse’s ventral body wall at the location of the umbilicus. The umbilicus is the equivalent of our belly button. The umbilicus is where the […]

Oklahoma Indian Nations: Citizen Potawatomi Nation

October 18, 2017 0
By Laci Jones As one of the seven Potawatomi tribes in the United States, the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, stays true to the heritage of the Potawatomi—meaning “keepers of the fire.” “We are specifically the Citizen […]

Cotton and the 2018 Farm Bill

October 17, 2017 0
By Everett Brazil, III United States cotton producers were dealt a big hit under the 2014 Farm Bill, when cotton was eliminated as a Title 1 Crop due to a World Trade Organization lawsuit. However, […]

Weekly Market Report: 10/13/17

October 16, 2017 0
By Trent Milacek The October WASDE report contained some surprising information. Most notably was a reduction in the estimated yield for soybeans of 0.4 bushels. That may not sound substantial, but new crop plantings increased […]

Farm to Food Bank

October 16, 2017 0
Feeding our Soil & our Neighbors By Sarah Blaney On a hot, humid August morning, nine volunteers gathered at a four and one-half acre field in Dewey County, Okla. The volunteers picked Lebanese squash, lemon […]

Grazing Oklahoma: Big Bluestem

October 13, 2017 0
By Rob Cook Characteristics: Big bluestem is a native, warm-season, perennial bunch grass. At maturity, it can grow to about three to six feet tall. The leaves can grow up to 3/8-inch wide and six […]
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