Grazing Oklahoma: Texas wintergrass

February 13, 2017 0

By Rob Cook Characteristics: Texas wintergrass is a native, cool-season, perennial bunch grass. It is sometimes known as speargrass. Mature height is about one to three feet tall. The leaves are densely packed, up to […]

Protecting Man’s Best Friend

February 13, 2017 0

By Judy Wade The feral hog population in Oklahoma is estimated to be between 600,000 and 1.5 million, according to a recent Noble Foundation newsletter. Although seven counties in the panhandle and extreme northwestern Oklahoma […]

Grazing Oklahoma: Prickly Pear

January 20, 2017 0

By Josh Gaskamp Characteristics: The prickly pear cactus is a perennial, cool-season succulent plant that can be utilized by wildlife, livestock and humans alike. It is native to arid regions of North America and can […]

Grazing Oklahoma: Little Bluestem

December 26, 2016 0

By Rob Cook Characteristics: Little bluestem is a native, warm-season, perennial tufted bunch grass. Mature height is about two to four feet tall. The leaves are flat, erect and have a blue-green color during the […]

Grazing Oklahoma: Antelope horn

November 7, 2016 0

By Josh Gaskamp Characteristics: Antelope horn is a native, perennial milkweed. Like the name implies, mature seed pods evident in the latter half of summer curve upward, resembling antelope horns. The pods burst open and […]

Grazing Oklahoma – Johnsongrass

October 17, 2016 0

By Rob Cook Characteristics: Johnsongrass is an introduced, warm-season perennial grass with scaly rhizomes. Mature height is about 3 to 7 feet tall. The leaves are flat with a pronounced white midrib, are up to […]

Noble Foundation Releases Ag Calculators, Utilities App

September 13, 2016 0

ARDMORE, Okla. — With continuous technology advancements, production agriculture is more efficient and mobile than ever before. As part of The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation’s focus on advancing agriculture, the organization has released a new […]

Grazing Oklahoma: Panicled Tickclover

September 9, 2016 0

By Josh Gaskamp Characteristics: Panicled tickclover is a warm-season perennial forb native to the eastern United States. Panicled tickclover can grow more than four feet tall. It commonly grows along the margins of woodlands and […]

Grazing Oklahoma – Indiangrass

August 2, 2016 0

By Rob Cook Characteristics: Indiangrass is a native, warm-season, perennial grass with short, scaly rhizomes. It is best adapted to deep, moist soils but can be found growing on a wide variety of soils. Mature […]

Grazing Oklahoma – Giant Ragweed

June 24, 2016 0

By Josh Gaskamp Characteristics: Giant ragweed is an annual, warm-season forb native to North Ameeaches six feet. Thick green stems are covered with stiff white hairs, which make them very coarse to touch. Leaves can […]

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