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 […]

The Brown Marmorated Stink Bug

March 17, 2020 0
The stink bug family has long plagued agricultural producers across the state, attacking crops like soybeans and cotton and reducing yields as they feed on the plants. That family now has one more member in […]

Salmonella in Backyard Poultry

March 12, 2020 0
As spring approaches, many of the local farm and garden centers will have their annual “chick” days.  This is the time that many backyard poultry producers get excited to buy some new chicks.  Unfortunately, another […]

Efficiency at its Finest

March 11, 2020 0
Bert Hutson has always had an affinity for livestock nutrition, a passion that can be traced back to his days as an FFA member and working on his father’s dairy farm. That interest has helped […]

The Next Step for Pilot Projects to Control Feral Swine

February 4, 2020 0
Selecting a target is critical. Oklahoma’s conservation partnership identified two locations to pilot control of feral swine; Western Red River (Harmon, Jackson, Cotton and Tillman Counties) and Kay County. These areas were selected with great […]
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