Our Flight to Minnesota

March 30, 2018 0
By Ralph Chain I’ve had some pretty interesting experiences in my acquaintance with Jake Graham. At one time we use to feed sheep. Jake ran a feed grinder for George Kech. He would grind hay […]

NPS Pollution

March 23, 2018 0
By Chris Cox When I mention the Clean Water Act, what is the first thing that pops into your head? Is it “over-regulation?” Perhaps you think “It’s great!” Maybe you’re like me and think “It’s […]

Mycoplasma in Backyard Poultry

March 15, 2018 0
By Barry Whitworth, DVM Your neighbor has a beautiful healthy hen that you want. She graciously gives her to you. After being in your flock for a few weeks, you notice a decrease in the […]

Herbicide Resistance

March 1, 2018 0
By Everett Brazil, III Weeds are a perennial nuisance for producers, as they rob needed nutrients and water from the crops. Growers can typically handle these pests with herbicides, but the industry is now seeing […]

Longhorns in Dallas

February 26, 2018 0
By Ralph Chain Several years ago we made history in Dallas. The city of Dallas contacted Wes and Cody Sander from the Woodward Ranch and wanted us to drive a herd of Longhorn steers in […]

Digital Dermatitis

February 23, 2018 0
By Barry Whitworth, DVM All cattle producers at some time will deal with a lame bull, cow, or calf.  Bovine lameness is associated with lost production, reproductive inefficiency, premature culling, and increase cost due to […]

Regenerative Agriculture

February 21, 2018 0
By Sarah Blaney and Greg Scott Regenerative agriculture is a term coined in the early 1970s by Robert Rodale of the Rodale Institute as “a holistic systems approach to farming that encourages continual innovation for […]

Dicamba Certification

February 5, 2018 0
By Everett Brazil, III Due in part to recent EPA label changes, product training is required for the use of dicamba herbicide on BollGard II XtendFlex Cotton and Roundup Ready 2 Xtend Soybeans in the […]

The Importance of Copper in Beef Cattle Reproduction

January 19, 2018 0
By Barry Whitworth, DVM According to Dr. Keith Bailey, the director of the Oklahoma Animal Disease and Diagnostic Laboratory (OADDL), copper deficiency has been a common finding in late term cattle abortions and stillbirths over […]

The Status of Cotton

January 10, 2018 0
By Everett Brazil, III Cotton acres have slowly been on the rise in Oklahoma for the past few seasons, pushed by an increasing cotton market and decreasing grain prices, especially wheat and corn. The 2017 […]
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