Wacky Facts about Oklahoma

November 19, 2019 0
By Judy Wade Oklahoma has a rich history, and everyone should be familiar with the background of our great state. However, it is also home to some unusual inventions, facts and laws, and it is […]

All Choked Up

November 14, 2019 0
Equine Esophageal Obstructions By Garrett Metcalf, DVM Horses that experience an esophageal obstruction can be a quite frightening and confusing situation at times for horse owners, especially if it is witnessed when it occurs. Horses […]

Diversified – Dennis Cattle Company

November 11, 2019 0
With a history that dates back more than 130 years, Dennis Cattle Company is one of the oldest family-owned ranches in Oklahoma. Over the years, the now sixth-generation ranch has become extremely diverse, not only […]

Winterizing Irrigation

November 4, 2019 0
By Everett Brazil III It is more than a month into the fall season. Summer crop harvest is in full swing, and harvesters are out in cotton, soybean and sorghum fields to bring the crop […]

Doug Clark to Receive Ben Johnson Award

October 27, 2019 0
By Linda Clark Ben Johnson, Jr. of Pawhuska, Oklahoma was a ‘cowboy’s cowboy’. Ben Johnson, Sr., made sure that young Ben was proficient in ranching, roping, and riding skills for use in everyday ranch life. […]

People and Cattle

October 22, 2019 0
By Summer McMillen October is weaning time around here and every time we wean a different set of cows, I learn something. All people and all sets of cattle are unique and can teach you […]

Archery seasons for Oklahoma Hunters

October 15, 2019 0
By Michael Newell October 1 is the opening day for several major archery hunting seasons in Oklahoma. And prospects are looking good for most of those seasons, experts with the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation […]

Contagious Ecthyma

October 14, 2019 0
Barry Whitworth, DVM Area Food/Animal Quality and Health Specialist for Eastern Oklahoma  Contagious Ecthyma (CE) is a highly contagious viral disease found throughout the world wherever sheep are kept.  The virus primarily affects young lambs […]

Leading the Way

September 30, 2019 0
Oklahoma FFA Executive Secretary Trevor Lucas For more than three decades, the Oklahoma FFA organization was spearheaded by Executive Secretary Kent Boggs. When Mr. Boggs announced his retirement last spring, the search was on to […]
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