Oklahoma Healthy Soils Project

December 4, 2017 0
By Sarah Blaney For more than 100 years, demonstration farms have been set up across the United States to give farmers and ranchers an opportunity to see practical application of new and evolving agriculture practices. […]

December 2017 Profile: John Jennings

November 30, 2017 0
By Laci Jones Raised under the city lights of California, John Jennings is not your typical Californian. Born in El Centro, Calif., Jennings considered himself a “redneck,” spending many days hunting and fishing on the […]

Fat’s Outhouse

November 27, 2017 0
By Ralph Chain In the early 1900’s, two brothers came and filed on land about five miles north of where my granddad filed. Their names were Fat and Short Brookovin. Those were nicknames, but I […]

Weekly Market Report: 11/17/17

November 21, 2017 0
By Trent Milacek The cattle on feed report released today was bearish with year-over-year increases in cattle on feed, placements, and marketings. Inventories are growing and prices have fallen. Recently, a producer asked me if […]

Cover Crops

November 21, 2017 0
By Everett Brazil, III Jeff Dill gazes across a field bordering the Texas state line northwest of Hollis, Okla. A new wheat crop breaks through the ground amid a sea of decomposing plants, a combination […]

Weekly Market Report: 11/10/17

November 13, 2017 0
By Trent Milacek The November WASDE report surprised corn traders with higher yields. USDA is expecting a corn yield of 172.41 bu./acre. Soybean yields remain unchanged at 49.5 bu./acre. Futures recovered some on Friday allowing […]

Johne’s Disease in Small Ruminants

November 7, 2017 0
By Barry Whitworth Most small ruminant producers realize that the number one health problem in sheep and goats is gastrointestinal parasites (GIP) or what is commonly referred to as “worms.” Producers have several tools such […]

Weekly Market Report: 11/3/17

November 6, 2017 0
By Trent Milacek Feeder cattle futures continue to show strength moving above $160/cwt. for the first time in over a year. Good beef demand and strong prices for 600+ pound calves have given the fuel […]

Water Conservation

November 6, 2017 0
Proving Conservation Practices Improve Water Quality By Jeri Fleming Conservation practices are implemented on thousands of acres of land each year to help improve soil health and reduce erosion, reduce runoff of pollutants, provide sustainable […]

Weekly Market Report: 10/20/17

October 24, 2017 0
By Trent Milacek The October Cattle on Feed Report offered another surprise to cattle markets with larger than expected placements. Compared to a year ago, placements in feedlots increased 13 percent to 2.15 million head. […]
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