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OSU’s 25th annual Totusek Lectureship to feature The Feed Yard Foodie
STILLWATER, Oklahoma – Anne Burkholder, who is perhaps best known as The Feed Yard Foodie, will be the featured speaker at Oklahoma State University’s 25th annual Totusek Lectureship on Nov. 2 at the Student Union Ballroom.
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The art and science of naming a wheat variety
What’s in a name?
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Barn quilts brighten up the rural countryside
STILLWATER, Okla. – There’s nothing better than snuggling under a warm quilt to read a good book or take a nap on a cool afternoon. However, not all quilts are good for relaxing on the couch. While a barn quilt won’t keep you warm in the cool weather, it certainly has the ability to brighten up the rural countryside.
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Minding your money
Let’s face it. Money matters.
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Sisters Kynzie and Kenna McNeill bring their skills to OSU Rodeo Team
Kynzie and Kenna McNeill are both Oklahoma State University students. They are both on the OSU Rodeo Team; one a graduate student and assistant coach, the other a freshman. Both admit to being highly competitive, especially with one another.
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OSU Soil, Water and Forage Analytical Laboratory provides key services for both rural and urban settings
STILLWATER, Oklahoma – It is impossible to provide an accurate fertilizer recommendation without an accurate soil test, and that is why many Oklahomans in rural and urban settings rely on the Oklahoma State University Soil, Water and Forage Analytical Laboratory.
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Deer proofing can help preserve your landscape
STILLWATER, Okla. – When the crisp fall air arrives, many people find themselves spending more time outdoors. Not only do Oklahomans enjoy fall activities such as high school and college football, roasting hotdogs over a firepit or evening walks around the neighborhood, many begin to add more color to the landscape with a variety of fall plants.
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Extension providing help and hope through poverty simulation
Comanche County resident Liz McChesney knew poverty existed where she lives and works. She didn’t understand the seriousness of the issue or how she could make it better, but she wanted to find out.
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Oklahoma 4-H Foundation creates ripple effect for club members
STILLWATER, Okla. (August 16, 2018) – The Oklahoma 4-H Youth Development Program is the largest youth organization in the country. And thanks to the support of the Oklahoma 4-H Foundation and its generous donors, club members are able to pay for part of their college expenses, travel to new places across the country, participate in educational activities, develop life skills and much more.
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The science of parenting
Stillwater, Okla. (July 30, 2018) - No matter how hard moms, dads and caregivers wish or hope, children don’t come with instruction manuals or magic wands.
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