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- The dollars and 'sense' of double-cropping soybeans
PERRY, Okla. – Strong soybean prices have helped lead a number of Oklahoma producers to double-crop soybeans this year, with the November Soybean contract peaking on March 10 before falling back this June to a futures price that still exceeds $10 as of this writing.
- Keep a watchful eye out for anaplasmosis in cattle herds
ENID, Okla. – The occurrence of anaplasmosis has been shown to be more widespread in the United States than once thought, underscoring the need for cattle producers to be aware of causes for and clinical signs of the disease.
- Arthur named new director of the Oklahoma 4-H Foundation
STILLWATER, Okla. – Blayne Arthur is back on the Oklahoma State University campus, only this time she is not carrying a backpack and rushing to get to her next class.
- Oklahoma Market Gardening School to take place in Tulsa
STILLWATER, Okla. – In an effort to provide fresh market producers with the most up-to-date information on management, production and marketing techniques, Oklahoma State University is teaming up with the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation to host the fall 2016 Oklahoma Market Gardening School.
- The incredible, edible hot dog
STILLWATER, Okla. – No respectable Fourth of July celebration is complete without hot dogs. You can have burgers and beer and chips and dip, watermelon, pop, vegetables trays and rice crispy treats. But without hot dogs, you’re simply not doing it right.
- Producers should guard against heat stress in cattle
STILLWATER, Okla. – Most areas of Oklahoma experience 70 or more days each year with temperatures that exceed 90 degrees Fahrenheit, providing ample reason for cattle producers to guard against heat stress in their herds.
- All the buzz about mosquitoes
STILLWATER, Okla. – The wet spring may have been a boon for crops, but it has opened the door to the possibility of a challenging summer when it comes to mosquitoes.