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Wade Brorsen first OSU agricultural economist to be named AAEA Fellow in 30 years
STILLWATER, Okla. – Wade Brorsen of Oklahoma State University’s Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources has been named a 2014 Fellow by the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association.
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Register now to attend Oct. 31 Rural Economic Outlook Conference at OSU
STILLWATER, Okla. – Agricultural lenders, producers, agribusiness managers and rural leaders planning to attend the Rural Economic Outlook Conference taking place Oct. 31 on Oklahoma State University’s Stillwater campus should register now.
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Master Manager workshop series begins in January
CLINTON, Okla. – Agricultural producers looking to make the most of their money should register now to attend the Master Manager of Oklahoma workshop series set to begin January 20-21.
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OSU agricultural economics faculty, students honored
STILLWATER, Okla. – Faculty and students of the Oklahoma State University Department of Agricultural Economics were honored for their achievements at the recent Southern Agricultural Economics Association annual meeting in Atlanta, Georgia.
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Feeder and fed cattle markets returning to ‘normal’
STILLWATER, Okla. – Producers can be forgiven if they seem to be experiencing a case of déjà vu, as feeder and fed cattle prices are currently at about the same levels as in late 2013 after a 26-month rollercoaster ride in the markets.
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OSU livestock economist says beef herd expansion not over yet
STILLWATER, Okla. – Are cattle market price adjustments in late 2015 a signal that beef herd expansion is mostly finished? An Oklahoma State University agricultural economist doesn’t think so.
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OSU Master Cattleman program just what Mary Elliott Perigo needed
WAKITA, Okla. – When tragedy struck, healthcare professional Mary Elliott Perigo was faced with the daunting prospect of gaining needed knowledge and expertise quickly to manage her family’s commercial cow-calf operation, located north of Wakita, Oklahoma.
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U.S. beef trade situation down for April but improving slowly overall
STILLWATER, Okla. – Recent beef and cattle trade data shows a mixed bag of global market impacts, with total U.S. beef exports decreasing 5.3 percent in April compared to last year.
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Dairy herds expected to have decreasing effect on U.S beef production
STILLWATER, Okla. – Although beef, as a by-product of the dairy industry, rarely exhibits a major influence on dairy industry production decisions, it is important to note that dairy animals contribute a significant portion of total animal slaughter and beef supply.
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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.
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