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- That smells like quail research
STILLWATER, Okla. – In front of any good bird hunter is a dog sniffing and pointing out where the birds are hiding. Just like the trusty bird dog, most predators rely on smell to locate their prey
- Tool available to help wheat producers make decisions
STILLWATER, Okla. – Timing is everything when trying to get as much bang for your buck as possible in the wheat fields. Wheat producers in Oklahoma have historically circled March 15 on their calendars to remember to pull cattle from the fields.
- Hugelkultur technique to be featured on Oklahoma Gardening this weekend
STILLWATER, Okla. – Oklahomans are no strangers to the effects of devastating ice storms. Many residents have worked hours in their landscapes cleaning up branches and limbs, cutting them to size and putting them at the curb for pickup. Others may have simply piled them in the back corner of their property.
- Sharp tools essential for gardeners
STILLWATER, Okla. – Having the right tools for any job is essential. A carpenter will not get far without a tape measure or hammer. A mechanic is always in need of a wrench and a nurse will use a stethoscope multiple times per day. In order for these workers to be productive, they must have the right tools.
- Planning is key to successfully meeting savings goals
STILLWATER, Okla. – Is the lack of green in your pocket making you blue? Jump starting your savings can be a challenge, but it is not impossible.
- OSU animal science unveils new state-of-the-art equine center
STILLWATER, Okla. – If television’s iconic Mr. Ed the talking horse were present, he would be giving major props to several key benefactors of Oklahoma State University’s new Charles and Linda Cline Equine Teaching Center.
- OSU introduces new hard white wheat variety
STILLWATER, Okla. – Oklahoma producers interested in taking advantage of a robust hard white wheat market will be in an excellent position to do so with the release of Stardust, a new variety developed by the Oklahoma State University Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.