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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.
Located in Users / donald.stotts@okstate.edu
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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Registration is open for Feb. 13 North Central Oklahoma Summer Crops Conference in Enid
ENID, Oklahoma – Agricultural producers in the north central Oklahoma region can pick up the latest research-based recommendations about a number of viable crop options by attending the Feb. 13 Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Summer Crops Conference in Enid.
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U.S. beef sales to China expected to remain limited in near term
STILLWATER, Oklahoma (Jan. 25, 2018) – Total U.S. beef exports are projected to increase another 2.5 to 3.5 percent year over year in 2018 to a new record level, including some growth in exports to China.
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Many aspects in measuring cow-calf production efficiency
STILLWATER, Oklahoma – While economic efficiency measures focus on optimal use of inputs relative to the value of outputs in cow-calf operations, changes in output values or input costs can lead to improved returns due solely to changing market conditions while masking stagnant or even declining physical productivity.
Located in Users / donald.stotts@okstate.edu
Cattle producer profitability likely to be squeezed in 2018
STILLWATER, Oklahoma – Continued growth in beef production in 2018 is likely to pressure cattle and beef prices, with domestic and international beef demand being critical factors affecting prices.
Located in Users / donald.stotts@okstate.edu
Positive news for all meats in OSU’s December 2017 Food Demand Survey
STILLWATER, Oklahoma – Consumers’ willingness-to-pay experienced a not unexpected bump as the holiday season kicked into gear, with steak seeing the largest percent increase among meat products compared to one month ago.
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Cattle carcass weights affecting beef supply and demand factors
STILLWATER, Oklahoma – Bigger is not always better, as the old saying goes, and the U.S. cattle industry is taking stock of the role today’s larger animal carcasses can affect beef supply and demand factors.
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