Pregnancy Toxemia in Goats

February 14, 2016 0
By Laci Jones With spring approaching, so does kidding season. Goat owners prepare for the expected including late nights and assisted births. However, preparing for the unexpected including diseases may be challenging. Pregnancy toxemia, also […]

Three Ways to Get Robbed

February 3, 2016 0
Common mistakes attract agricultural property theft By: Lisa Bryant Farmers are generally trusting souls. Many of us grew up without locking the front door. Country folks look for the best in people, but our innocent […]

The Working Dog

January 4, 2016 0
By Laci Jones A dog is commonly referred to as “man’s best friend,” but is the saying still true for a working dog? Randy Reed, an Oklahoma dog trainer for more than 10 years said […]

Spring Birthing

December 30, 2015 0
By Barry Whitworth, OCES Area Food/Animal Quality and Health Specialist for Eastern Oklahoma After more than 24 years in private practice, I made a switch to education a little over a year ago. I enjoy […]

The Power of One Voice

December 30, 2015 0
Farmers and ranchers must unite to tell the real story of agriculture. By Lisa Bryant In the 1943 musical “Oklahoma!” a peaceful party turns into a brawl when the lyrics, “The farmer and the cowman […]

Workshop focuses on winter pasture management

October 28, 2015 0
ARDMORE, Okla. — The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation will host a Fall Grazing Workshop: Taking Stock of Winter Pasture from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2015, at the Noble Foundation Pavilion and […]

Fall Webworms in Pecan

October 19, 2015 0
By: Jackie Lee, Fruit and Pecan Extension Entomologist Fall webworms occur throughout the US and attack many types of deciduous hardwood trees and a few evergreen species. In the south, pecan, hickories, and sweetgums are […]
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