The Cowboy Opry

February 7, 2019 0
By Jan Sikes Located in the Southwestern part of Oklahoma, Comanche sits between Lawton and Ardmore, not far from the Texas Border and boasts a population of around 1,500. By any measurement, that is a […]

It’s Calving Time

February 6, 2019 0
Barry Whitworth, DVM Area Food/Animal Quality and Health Specialist for Eastern Oklahoma On many beef cattle operations, the month of February is the beginning of the calving season. In the United States, nearly 60 percent […]

The Real McCoy

February 4, 2019 0
Growing up in southwestern Iowa, Denny McCoy has always been a cowboy. He’s a second generation rough stock rider, having learned the ropes from his father, Joe, and when offered a rodeo scholarship at Oklahoma […]

The Thomas Trio

January 24, 2019 0
By Ddee Haynes In life, it isn’t always about the path you take; it is about the people you meet along the way who leave you with a lasting impression…. Beautiful, smart, talented, determined and […]

The Northern Fowl Mite

January 22, 2019 0
Barry Whitworth, DVM                                                 Justin Talley, PhD Area Food/Animal Quality and                                    Oklahoma State University Health Specialist for Eastern Oklahoma                   Extension Livestock Entomologist With the onset of winter, many external parasites tend to […]

The Future of Agriculture

January 21, 2019 0
By Shadi Nettles             Hello Oklahoma Farm and Ranch community. My name is Shadi Nettles and I am currently serving the Oklahoma FFA Association as the 2018-2019 Northwest Area Vice President. This fall, I left […]

The Sheriff of Blackburn

January 16, 2019 0
Who doesn’t love a true underdog story? There is just something special about starting at the bottom and working ever so hard to reach the top. For Mitch and Misti Quiring, that is exactly what […]

Honey Springs Battlefield and Visitors Center

January 16, 2019 0
More than 150 years ago, just five miles north of present-day Checotah, Okla., the largest engagement of the Civil War in Indian territory occurred. The Battle of Honey Springs (an engagement by definition) was also […]

Raising the Bar

January 8, 2019 0
They seem as comfortable in suits and ties as they are in worn out jeans and work boots. Brent and Ryan Howard do double-duty as lawyers and farmers, putting in long hours at their respective […]

The Ins and Outs of Colic in Horses

December 18, 2018 0
By Garrett Metcalf, DVM The horse’s gastrointestinal tract has been plaguing owners and veterinarians for centuries, causing long nights of endless worrying, fear and financial strain. The gastrointestinal tract is far from perfect in horses, […]
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