A Living Legacy

September 4, 2019 0
Longhorns made an indelible imprint on the 19th-century Western landscape. Between 1866 and 1890, more than 10 million cattle were driven on the Chisholm and other trails out of Texas.  In his classic 1941 book […]

Anthrax at the Farm Level

August 14, 2019 0
Barry Whitworth, DVM Area Food/Animal Quality and Health Specialist for Eastern Oklahoma  Recently, several areas of Oklahoma have experienced record flooding.  On rare occasions in Oklahoma, the disease anthrax has been associated with abnormally wet […]

An Interesting Year for the Oklahoma Climate

July 17, 2019 0
By Everett Brazil III The Southern Great Plains has seen a cool, wet spring, driven by El Nino conditions that led to record rainfall in May and hampering wheat harvest and crop planting. While the […]

New Paraquat Requirements

June 4, 2019 0
By Everett Brazile III Paraquat has long been used as a broad-spectrum herbicide, as it attacks a variety of weeds across the state. Applicators using the herbicide will now have to follow additional requirements for […]

From Tree to Table

June 4, 2019 0
It began in the mid-1980s when, alongside their father Len, Justin and Jared Miller began to grow and harvest pecans. As their knowledge of the industry grew, the brothers worked to evolve and expand the […]

Biosecurity at the Farm Level

May 30, 2019 0
Barry Whitworth, DVM Area Food/Animal Quality and Health Specialist for Eastern Oklahoma  Recent events such as African Swine Fever in China, Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea at the Oklahoma Youth Expo and Virulent Newcastle Disease in California […]

Downer Cows

April 1, 2019 0
By Barry Whitworth, DVM Area Food/Animal Quality and Health Specialist for Eastern Oklahoma Most cattle producers at some point will have to deal with a downer cow. The experience is often frustrating for a variety […]
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