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Cattle operation losses from wildfires exceed $26 million
STILLWATER, Oklahoma (May 4, 2018) – Estimated cattle operation losses from the April wildfires that raged across parts of western Oklahoma exceed $26 million, based on available information.
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Livestock producers in drought areas facing key decisions
STILLWATER, Oklahoma (May 2, 2018) – Much of western Oklahoma, southwestern Kansas and the Texas Panhandle are suffering through D4 exceptional drought, smack dab of the critical period when summer forage growth begins in earnest.
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Wildfire-related livestock losses may qualify for financial assistance program
WOODWARD, Oklahoma (April 18, 2018) – Livestock producers who lost animals to recent wildfires may qualify for the USDA Farm Service Agency’s Livestock Indemnity Program.
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Mixed macroeconomic signals shake cattle markets
STILLWATER, Oklahoma (April 1, 2018) – As analysts projected, beef production thus far in 2018 is higher year over year, with increased cattle slaughter and carcass weights in evidence.
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Changes in Mexican cattle industry will affect American beef trade as well
STILLWATER, Oklahoma (March 22, 2018) – The Mexican cattle and beef industry has evolved rapidly in the past decade, most notably in the expansion of beef exports from Mexico, 89 percent of which entered the United States in 2017.
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Limited wheat pasture run by cattle expected
STILLWATER, Oklahoma (March 12, 2018) – Strong feedlot demand has kept prices for stocker and feeder cattle firm throughout the winter, with many stocker cattle that in a typical year would still be on wheat pasture already in the feedlot.
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OSU alumna and agricultural economist Damona Doye named Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service leadership role
STILLWATER, Oklahoma (Jan. 25, 2018) – The Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service has been part of Damona Doye’s life since she was growing up, and now the Lawton native has been named associate vice president of the statewide organization.
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Market price for soybeans may make it a good alternative summer crop for some Oklahoma producers
STILLWATER, Oklahoma (Jan. 9, 2018) – Wheat is underperforming as a cash crop in the minds of many Oklahoma producers, leading some to look at the feasibility of planting alternative summer crops as drought persists in the state.
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U.S. beef cattle currently plentiful in the marketplace
STILLWATER, Oklahoma (Jan. 29, 2018) – The numbers are in and the United States has plenty of feedlot cattle on hand to kick off 2018.
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Drought conditions underscoring importance of wintertime agricultural planning
STILLWATER, Oklahoma (Jan. 29, 2018) – Expanding drought combined with decreasing hay stocks should be a sign of cattle producers to give extra thought to potential management implications during the coming weeks.
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