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Lincoln County Extension helps Iowa Tribe youth learn how cool pumpkins (and the kids themselves) really are

TRYON, Oklahoma – Kitchen safety, good nutrition, gardening for food and Native American history were all on the menu Nov. 14 as Iowa Tribe youth working with the Lincoln County Extension Office used the making of pumpkin bread to develop lifelong skills while learning more about themselves and America’s native tribes in the process.
Abundant forage providing flexibility to Oklahoma cattle producers

STILLWATER, Oklahoma – Abundant standing forage in state pastures may help cattle producers reduce hay needs and moderate cow costs this winter.
Oklahoma moves up in national rankings as cotton producer

ALTUS, Oklahoma – The USDA November Crop Production Report indicates Oklahoma is now the nation’s fourth-leading producer of cotton with an estimated crop of 1.1 million bales, but that figure comes with an asterisk.
Hughes County 4-H’ers making a difference in Africa

CALVIN, Okla. – For many Oklahoma youth, Kenya is simply a spot on a map in Africa they may have learned about in geography class. But for 4-H Club members in Calvin, Oklahoma, it’s a place nearly 9,000 miles away from their small community in Hughes County in which they know their efforts are making a difference.
Economics show Oklahoma wheat growers must maximize yields and protein content in their crop

STILLWATER, Oklahoma – It is no secret wheat prices have been less than stellar overall in recent years, but that only underscores the need for wheat growers to do what they can to produce as competitive a product as possible.
Protect future yields and protein content in Clearfield wheat this fall

ENID, Oklahoma – For Oklahoma wheat growers who are battling feral rye and jointed goatgrass incursions, wheat variety selection can be a particularly important consideration when trying to produce a crop with sufficient yields and protein content.
4-H Bean Supper and Carnival going strong for 39 years

STILLWATER, Okla. – The Oklahoma 4-H Youth Development Program is steeped in history. The program itself started in 1909. State 4-H Roundup, the largest 4-H event in the state, began in 1921. It is easy to see 4-H history runs deep in the roots of Oklahoma.

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