Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
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- New season of Oklahoma Gardening underway
STILLWATER, Okla. – With a full season under her belt, Casey Hentges, host of Oklahoma Gardening, is excited to be underway with her second season on the popular OETA television program.
- Register now to attend March 7-8 No-Till Oklahoma Conference
SHAWNEE, Okla. – There is still time for agricultural producers interested in exploring how no-till practices may benefit their operations to register for the March 7-8 No-Till Oklahoma Conference in Shawnee.
- OSU, DASNR preparing students for a diverse world
STILLWATER, Okla. – Listen closely to folks around Oklahoma State University’s Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources and you may hear talk of manners. Maybe they are referring to common courtesies, but there also is a chance they are alluding to Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences, or MANRRS.
- Extension’s co-parenting outreach is all about children
The Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service’s co-parenting program isn’t new – it’s been around for more than 20 years – yet it continues to deliver fresh reserves of resilience and hope to divorcing and separated couples who remain committed to working together to raise their children.
- OSU Agricultural Market Outlook program set for Feb. 21
ADA, Okla. – The Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service will be hosting an Oklahoma State University Agricultural Market Outlook program on Feb. 21 in a variety of locations about the state.
- Cow-calf operators need to keep eye out for respiratory acidosis problems in newborns
STILLWATER, Okla. – Animal genetics and cow-calf operators’ best efforts at bull selection and heifer development aside, the birthing process still results in some newborn livestock needing assistance at calving time.
- Research on Oklahoma paddlefish going swimmingly
STILLWATER, Okla. – It looks like a dinosaur. It has the body composition of a shark. Its Pinocchio-nose is about a third the length of its body. It’s a filter-feeding, migratory monster of freshwater. And, if you hook one, hold on because it will give you the fight of your life.