A Tenacious Leader

May 21, 2018 0
Jimmy Emmons receives the Leopold Conservation Award By Chris Cox and Sarah Blaney In Oklahoma, conservation plays a key role in just about every farming and ranching operation. Soil health and water conservation practices help […]

Benefits of a Long Term Commitment

May 18, 2018 0
No-Till By Everett Brazil, III The hA family has been farming in Harmon County for several generations. It is their lifeblood, and they are constantly striving to find new technologies and practices to improve their […]

Orphan Lambs

May 8, 2018 0
By Barry Whitworth Sheep producers’ profits depend on many things, but the more lambs that can be marketed, the better the opportunity to make a profit. To increase the number of lambs produced, prolific breeds […]

The Marijuana Patch

April 25, 2018 0
By Ralph Chain We own a ranch in Barber County, Kansas. The house at the headquarters lies about one and a half miles off of the main traveled road. My cousin Junior and his wife […]

Insecticide Resistance

April 24, 2018 0
By Everett Brazil, III The cotton bollworm and corn earworm have been a problem for producers in years past, but modern transgenic cotton and corn varieties contain specialized traits designed to eliminate the pests from […]

Coxiellosis (Q Fever)

April 23, 2018 0
By Barry Whitworth Since the Center for Disease Control (CDC) classified Coxiella burnetii as a potential bioterrorism agent and made it a reportable disease, it has been discovered that Q fever in humans is more […]

7 Commonly Missed Tax Deductions

April 11, 2018 0
By Lisa Bryant Spring brings budding trees, green grass and new baby animals for many Oklahoma farms and ranches. For some, it may be time when all the receipts get calculated and you make the […]
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