Donald Stotts

Donald
Stotts
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Storm debris cattle health risk
The aftermath of Oklahoma’s recent tornadoes has many cattle producers walking their pastures looking for insulation,
Future herd sires average $2,300 at popular sale
Cattle producers looking for a performance-tested herd sire spent a total of $269,050 to garner that perfect bull at
Preparation key part of cattle herd sire selection
Cattle producers who thought they left homework behind when they graduated from school should reconsider if they want
Planting peanuts early risks stand failure
Most things seem to be in a hurry-up mode these days, but many things in crop production just cannot be pushed ahead:
Match cattle size to forage resources
Commercial cow-calf operators must become more cost-efficient to maintain or improve profit margins, making matching
Short-term calf removal
Short-term calf removal allows cattle producers to combat the adverse effect Oklahoma’s wet, winter weather has had on
Hay shelters help protect from winds
Well-conceived shelter construction practices are vital to protect hay supplies from Oklahoma’s often devastating
Good yearling bull management maximizes success
Winter has given way to spring in Oklahoma, causing some cattle producers to wonder how they might use bulls as
Vaccinate calves against respiratory diseases
Cattle producers preparing to work spring-born calves should be taking steps now to protect their animals from the
Spanish-type peanuts claim most acreage
Sixty-six percent of the peanut acres in Oklahoma were planted in 2009 to a high oleic variety, according to an
Register now to attend Oklahoma Beef Quality Summit
Producers, retailers, food service professionals and packers should sign up now to attend the three-day Oklahoma Beef
Combating respiratory acidosis part of newborn calf care
Cattle producers expecting a calf crop should take time now to review procedures to combat respiratory acidosis in
Murray named Weed Scientist of the Year
Oklahoma State University’s Don S. Murray has been named 2009 Weed Scientist of the Year by the Southern Weed Science
First hollow stem decisions
Oklahoma’s cold winter weather has had wheat plants growing in slow motion, resulting in many being behind “normal” for
Two calving seasons has ‘pros and cons’ for producers
Spring and autumn have become the seasons of choice for calving seasons in Oklahoma, but tremendous differences exist
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