June 2016 Profile – Doug Davis

May 25, 2016 0
Living Historian By Laci Jones If you do not teach history correctly, you rewrite history. This is a firm belief of Doug Davis, owner of Shooting Star Saddlery in Hitchcock, Okla. Davis keeps history alive […]

Lacey’s Pantry – May 2016

May 23, 2016 0
By Lacey Newlin Strawberry Pretzel Salad Cook Time: 20 Minutes Servings: 15-20 Crust: 2 cups crushed pretzels 1/4 cup sugar 3/4 cup melted butter Top: 8-ounces cream cheese, softened 1 cup sugar 1 1/2 cups […]

Equine Dentistry

May 20, 2016 0
By Laci Jones The overall health and well-being of a horse begins with its mouth, according to Edye Lucas, owner of Oklahoma Equine Dentistry. “If they can’t eat, they can’t digest food properly. Then they […]

A Father’s Legacy

May 18, 2016 0
By Laci Jones The pleasing aroma fills the air, the light purple flowers are in bloom and all the stress of the world floats away. “When you come out here, it’s got a really neat […]

Oklahoma State Park: Robbers Cave State Park

May 16, 2016 0
By Laci Jones Located in the woodlands of Sans Bois Mountains of southeast Oklahoma, Robbers Cave State Park is filled with history and beauty. “Robbers Cave State Park is a really unique park for Oklahoma,” […]

Cinco de Mayo Festival

May 13, 2016 0
By Staci Mauney Each May, families from across western Oklahoma gather at the Cinco de Mayo Festival in Clinton, Okla., to celebrate their ethnic heritage and enjoy authentic Mexican food and play games. The festival, […]

Horn Fly Control for Cattle Operations

May 11, 2016 0
By Marty New Horn flies are common fly species associated with livestock. They are the most abundant biting flies present during the spring and summer months on cattle in Oklahoma. Horn flies are a small […]

The Next Generation: Part Two

May 9, 2016 0
By Judy Wade Get up before dawn, gather a pasture of cattle to ship, go to school, come home, check some wheat pasture calves, go to the practice pen and, if it’s not a school […]

When Pigs Sweat

May 6, 2016 0
Four tips to managing sows in the heat By Laci Jones The rays of the Oklahoma sun beat down, ice cream melts faster and the air conditioner is cranked up. Summer is coming! Are you […]

Grazing Oklahoma – Saw Greenbrier

May 4, 2016 0
By Josh Gaskamp Characteristics: Greenbrier is a perennial, warm-season woody vine native to the eastern two-thirds of North America, including the Southern Great Plains. It can climb into tree canopies using tendrils or when there […]
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