Ranching in Spring

May 17, 2017 0
By Ralph Chain We cannot believe how busy we have been this spring. It seems like there is no rest what-so-ever if you are farming and ranching. We were lucky to finally get through calving […]

Sugarcane Aphid

May 12, 2017 0
By Everett Brazil, III The sugarcane aphid (SCA) has damaged grain sorghum crops across Oklahoma and Texas for the past few years, and in the process, many producers have seen severe crop damage and yield […]

Avian Influenza

May 1, 2017 0
By Barry Whitworth On March 5, 2017, the United States Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health Inspection Service (USDA-APHIS) announced that a commercial chicken breeder flock in Lincoln County, Tennessee, was infected with Highly Pathogenic […]

Belted Galloway

April 17, 2017 0
The Scottish Breed By Laci Jones Often called the “Oreo-breed,” the Belted Galloway breed of cattle are distinguished by their color. This breed is white sandwiched between a black, red or dun color. The Belted […]

Marek’s Disease in Backyard Chickens

April 7, 2017 0
By Barry Whitworth Raising backyard chickens has become very popular in Oklahoma. Some people desire a better understanding of how their food is produced. Others like the rewarding experience of going out in the backyard […]

Upcoming workshop teaches pecan grafting techniques

April 3, 2017 0
ARDMORE, Okla. — Grafting pecan tree seedlings produces a new variety with improved traits, but effective grafting requires proper technique and practice. The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation’s Center for Pecan and Specialty Agriculture will host […]

Highway 51

April 3, 2017 0
By Ralph Chain Highway 51 runs in front of our home in eastern Dewey County. It runs across the state from Tulsa to the Texas state line. I can remember when Highway 51 was merely […]
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