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Research partners receive $4.2 million grant
Oklahoma State University and its partner institutions in industry are receiving $4.2 million from the U.S. Department
Garey Fox named 2009 Whatley Award recipient
Oklahoma State University’s Garey Fox has been named the 2009 recipient of the James A. Whatley Award for Meritorious
OK Steer Feedout registration deadline Oct. 15
Cattle producers looking to maximize the profit potential of their cow-calf herd need to register no later than Oct. 15
Carver named OSU Sarkeys Distinguished Professor
Oklahoma State University’s Brett Carver has been named the 2009 recipient of the Sarkeys Distinguished Professor Award
Forage sorghums should be tested before cutting
Searing summertime temperatures have been topping the century mark, and that means cattle producers need to take steps
Good management can reduce heat stress
Understanding and avoiding heat stress in cattle can be a valuable management tool in Oklahoma, where most areas of the
Canola Conference set for July 21
A number of producers in northwestern Oklahoma who grew canola saw their striking yellow fields turning into folding
Scientist keeping an eye on ‘stem rust issue’
Recent media reports have depicted stem rust as posing a renewed and significant threat to world wheat production,
Conservation dollars provide economic benefits
Nearly $76 million annually is spent on conservation in Oklahoma, but it is worth much more in terms of both dollars
OSU Institute for Agricultural Biosciences to strengthen Oklahoma’s future
Construction of Oklahoma State University’s much-anticipated Institute for Agricultural Biosciences in Ardmore will
Good decisions necessary to profit from wheat foliar fungicides
Most Oklahoma wheat growers operate under tight profit margins, underscoring the need to make sound decisions about the
Drought conditions affecting wheat prices, even with late-season snow
A late season wintry blast that hit much of Oklahoma on March 27 was not enough to drive thoughts about the effect
Phil Mulder named head of OSU entomology and plant pathology
Oklahoma State University’s Phil Mulder has been named head of the department of entomology and plant pathology, part
Oklahoma State University Stocker Receiving Management Conference set for January
Stocker cattle operators looking to make the best possible business decisions can pick up practical management tips by
Oklahoma State’s Clarence Watson assumes leadership of national research association
Clarence Watson, associate director of the statewide Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station system, has assumed the
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