Living Her Dream

December 6, 2018 0
On the eve of her first Wrangler National Finals Rodeo appearance, Tracy Nowlin feels relief. The accomplishment, although major, was tough to earn and a long time coming. She won numerous large rodeos earning over […]

Clostridium tetani

December 4, 2018 0
Barry Whitworth, DVM Area Food/Animal Quality and Health Specialist for Eastern Oklahoma Tetanus or “Lockjaw” is a condition caused by a neurotoxin produced by the bacteria Clostridium tetani.  The neurotoxin is very potent.  Most animals […]

The Hemingway Project

November 27, 2018 0
By Jan Sikes Imagine you’re a soldier returning home from Afghanistan or Syria or some other war-torn country. Maybe limbs are missing or your body is scarred in some other way. Or perhaps deep in […]

Make Harvest Plans Early

November 27, 2018 0
By Everett Brazile III The fall season serves as harvest for several crops in Oklahoma, including cotton, soybeans, corn and grain sorghum, and many harvesters are out in the field to bring those crops to […]

Apple Tart

November 19, 2018 0
Serves: 8-10 Total Time: 1 hour Ingredients: 2 tbsp. unsalted butter, melted 1/4 cup packed brown sugar 2 tbsp. granulated sugar 4 1/2 cups sliced peeled apples (any baking apples) 2 tsp. fresh lemon juice […]

Road Trippin’

November 18, 2018 0
Some of the most gorgeous views in Oklahoma can be seen year-round along a 54 mile route in the southeast portion of the state. Rippling across gently rolling mountains, the Talimena National Scenic Byway showcases […]

The Danger of Lower Limb Wounds of Horses

November 17, 2018 0
By Garrett Metcalf, DVM It is common for horse owners to have a horse with a wound or laceration at some point in their life. Sometimes small lacerations can be perceived as benign, inconsequential problems […]

Is wearing orange hurting your hunting?

November 16, 2018 0
By Michael Newell It seems a debate often surfaces in the coffee shops near the start of deer season – can deer see the hunter orange clothing that hunters are required to wear during the […]

Still Going Strong – Indy

November 13, 2018 0
By Lanna Mills Often when a horse is injured, its career as an athlete or work horse is over. However, for Indy that wasn’t the case. Indy is a beautiful sorrel mare with a big […]

The Success of the Flood Control Dam

November 7, 2018 0
By Chris Cox Last month Oklahoma Association of Conservation Districts Executive Director Sarah Blaney wrote about the history and purpose of the Oklahoma Conservation Commission’s Watershed and Small Upstream Flood Control Program. At the end […]
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