Rising Stars Roping

January 19, 2018 0
By Ddee Haynes While most families were either preparing and/or traveling to a destination for a Thanksgiving feast with their loved ones, more than 800 rodeo families were gearing up for one of the largest […]

The Importance of Copper in Beef Cattle Reproduction

January 19, 2018 0
By Barry Whitworth, DVM According to Dr. Keith Bailey, the director of the Oklahoma Animal Disease and Diagnostic Laboratory (OADDL), copper deficiency has been a common finding in late term cattle abortions and stillbirths over […]

Dancing Eagles

January 17, 2018 0
Keeping Native American Traditions Alive By Jan Sikes Oklahoma is rich in Native American heritage and traditions, but nothing expresses it in a more perfect art form than the Dancing Eagles. Husband and wife team, […]

Backroad Bites: Wright’s Family Steak House

January 14, 2018 0
By Kristi Hawks This backroad bites adventure started out on a Sunday afternoon helping my brother deliver a Belted Galloway bull back to its owners east of Duncan, Okla., and then go onto Rush Springs, […]

Grazing Oklahoma: Musk Thistle

January 12, 2018 0
By Mike Proctor Characteristics: Musk thistle is an introduced forb with abundant spines and large pink flowers. It is a biennial, which means it lives for two years. Mature plants can reach more than six […]

The Status of Cotton

January 10, 2018 0
By Everett Brazil, III Cotton acres have slowly been on the rise in Oklahoma for the past few seasons, pushed by an increasing cotton market and decreasing grain prices, especially wheat and corn. The 2017 […]

Oklahoma Trivia

January 8, 2018 0
By Judy Wade Every Oklahoman knows the lyrics: “Oklahoma, where the wind comes sweeping down the plains” as they come from the state song, a song that was made famous worldwide by Rodgers and Hammerstein’s […]

Laparoscopic Surgery in the Horse

January 5, 2018 0
By Lauren Lamb, DVM Laparoscopic surgery is a form of minimally invasive surgery that can be performed on a horse. Minimally invasive surgery is performed through small skin incisions (1/2 to 3/4 of an inch). […]

No Rest for the Farmer & Rancher

January 3, 2018 0
By Ralph Chain It is one of the busiest times of the year. I can’t believe how much work and worry go in to having a Red Angus Sale. We are also drilling wheat, rye […]
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