Leading By Example

August 31, 2020 0

Jimmy Emmons Jimmy Emmons admits some of his ideas about conservation techniques have been met with a bit of skepticism over the years, and that’s why the Leedey, Okla., farmer, chooses to lead by example. […]

Where’s the Beef?

July 16, 2020 0

Chuck Swisher not only stands in front of the “beef,” but he sells it, too. The Dover, Okla., man is a rodeo bullfighter, protecting the bull riders from the bulls after their eight second rides. […]

Emerging Rabbit Disease

July 16, 2020 0

Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease (RHD) is a highly fatal disease in domestic rabbits and some types of the virus are deadly for wild rabbits.  RHD is considered a Foreign Animal Disease (FAD) in the United States […]

Balancing Act – Brittany Hukill

June 1, 2020 0

Some of her earliest memories are of her, cuddled in a quilt on the floor of the tractor cab as her father worked in his fields. “I’m not really sure how there was enough room, […]

Blue Green Algae

May 7, 2020 0

This year an Oklahoma cattle producer in Payne County found seven dead cows and one dead deer in close proximity to a pond.  The owner suspected something was wrong with the water.  An analysis of […]

Spring Farming 2020

April 17, 2020 0

Spring is in the air, and agricultural producers are gearing up for the summer crop season, with corn already in the ground, soybeans and sorghum following this month and cotton in May and June. For […]

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