Grazing Oklahoma: Yellow Sweet Clover

June 29, 2017 0
By: Josh Gaskamp Characteristics: Yellow sweet clover is an annual, cool-season forb introduced into the United States from Europe and Asia. Yellow sweet clover can reach to more than six feet in height. It commonly […]

Grazing Oklahoma: Sand Dropseed

June 23, 2017 0
By Rob Cook Characteristics: Sand dropseed is a native, warm-season, perennial bunch grass. At maturity, it reaches about 18 to 42 inches tall. The leaves are 1/8- to 1/4- inch wide, flat and taper towards […]

First Wichita Mountains Quail Event Set

June 8, 2017 0
June 7, 2017- The inaugural banquet fund-raiser for the Wichita Mountains Chapter of Quail Forever will begin at 6 p.m. this Saturday, June 10, at the Stephens County Fairgrounds Expo Building in Duncan. Anyone who […]

Get Out This Weekend for Free Fishing

May 31, 2017 0
May 31, 2017- Oklahomans looking for enjoyable times with the family this summer may want to give fishing a try. And a great time for that will be this weekend, June 3-4, during Oklahoma’s Free […]

Grazing Oklahoma: American basketflower

May 19, 2017 0
By Josh Gaskamp Characteristics: American basketflower, also referred to as thornless thistle, is an annual cool-season forb native to the south-central United States. It can reach more than four feet tall and commonly grows in […]

Oklahoma State Parks: Sequoyah State Park

April 28, 2017 0
By Laci Jones Located in Cherokee County, Sequoyah State Park showcases the history and heritage of the Cherokee Indian Nation. Sequoyah was a Cherokee Indian who invented the alphabet. Near Tahlequah and Muskogee, Sequoyah State […]

Grazing Oklahoma: Rescuegrass

April 21, 2017 0
By Rob Cook Characteristics: Rescuegrass is an introduced, cool-season, annual bunch grass. When mature, it reaches about one to two and one-half feet tall. The leaves are up to one-half inch wide and are broader […]
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