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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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May is a season of percentages for cow-calf breeders
STILLWATER, Oklahoma (May 2, 2018) – It is a numbers game for cow-calf producers at the start of every breeding season, and this year is no different than any other, even with extreme and exceptional drought conditions affecting much of the state.
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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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Register now for upcoming Master Cattleman Ranch Tour
ARDMORE, Oklahoma (May 2, 2018) – Cattle producers in south-central Oklahoma should register now to take part in the May 30-31 Master Cattleman Ranch Tour, which will visit area ranches ranging in size from 10,000 to 35,000 acres.
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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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Do not forget about post-wildfire trauma in livestock
STILLWATER, Oklahoma (April 17, 2018) – Adrenaline-fueled panic and confusion may still be affecting livestock even after the flames of recent wildfires have passed, meaning producers need to use caution when working with the animals.
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Follow state-approved methods for burying carcasses of livestock killed by wildfires
STILLWATER, Oklahoma (April 16, 2018) – Recent wildfires have left some agricultural producers contemplating burial of deceased animals as the most expedient way of disposing of livestock carcasses.
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New phone numbers added to contact OSU Cooperative Extension recovery assistance after wildfires
WOODWARD, Oklahoma (April 14, 2018) – New Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service phone numbers have been added for producers seeking or those wishing to donate agricultural supplies and services as part of the wildfire recovery efforts.
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OSU Cooperative Extension assisting producers with wildfire recovery
WOODWARD, Oklahoma (April 13, 2018) – Wildfires are once again blazing their way through parts of western Oklahoma, and as usual the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service is performing a central role in organizing livestock-related relief efforts.
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Composting may be timely solution for disposal of dead livestock and large animals
ENID, Oklahoma (April 13, 2018) – Wildfires that blazed their way through parts of central and northwestern Oklahoma recently highlight the need to act quickly to dispose of livestock and other large animal carcasses.
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