Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
ENID, Okla. – Agricultural producers interested in learning how to maximize their canola production should register now to attend the Feb. 19 Canola College in Enid.
STILLWATER, Okla. – What they lack in size they more than make up for in personality, friendliness and impressive color combinations. Imported from Malaysia in 2001, Seramas are a new breed of chicken in the United States and are rapidly gaining popularity.
STILLWATER, Okla. – Do not be alarmed if you see a one-antlered white-tailed deer strolling around the Oklahoma landscape. While hunting season is over, the time to search for shed antlers is just getting started
STILLWATER, Okla. – Members of the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service gathered on Oklahoma State University’s Stillwater campus recently to send a blast from the past to the organization’s future generations.
STILLWATER, Okla. – In 2012, there were more than 2.1 million burglaries reported in the United States. That averages out to one burglary every 15 seconds.
STILLWATER, Okla. – Oklahoma State University has a strong reputation in the world of prescribed fire. This has led the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service to select OSU to teach its national fire school since 1996.
Harvesting white-tailed deer is quite a bit easier when they leave themselves vulnerable by scrounging around for something to eat. The dry, hot summers in years past, plus ample numbers of animals, sent deer harvest totals through the roof
ALTUS, Okla. – Texas and Oklahoma producers who raise crops along the Red River border can pick up important tips to promote profitability in their agricultural enterprises by attending the Jan. 27-28 Red River Crops Conference in Childress, Texas.
CLINTON, Okla. – Agricultural producers looking to make the most of their money should register now to attend the Master Manager of Oklahoma workshop series set to begin January 20-21.
STILLWATER, Okla. – Driving south on Interstate 35 in the Flint Hills of Kansas, passersby notice few eastern redcedar trees. Continuing down the road into Oklahoma, the landscape warts begin to appear more frequently. By the time people are crossing into Texas and getting deep into its heart, there are areas completely covered up by the water-sucking fire hazards and other woody plants