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Awareness and record-keeping important to ensuring well-being of elderly horses

STILLWATER, Oklahoma – Improvements in health care and nutrition have increased the lifespan of horses and their number of useful years, but management decisions about an elderly equine’s well-being remain a largely individualized focus.
Cleveland County 4-H’ers help furry friends of Meals on Wheels recipients

STILLWATER, Okla. – Meals on Wheels recipients in Cleveland County are getting a little more than a well-balanced meal, thanks to some compassionate members of the Oklahoma 4-H Youth Development Program.
Get out and enjoy Oklahoma’s wintering visitors

STILLWATER, Okla. – Short days and cold nights. In a nutshell, that is winter in Oklahoma.
S-wheat Thanksgiving delights

This week, a familiar scene will be playing out in homes across the nation with families gathering around elaborate spreads to give thanks.
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.
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.

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January report to verify suspicions about U.S. beef cow herd inventory

STILLWATER, Oklahoma – The annual U.S. cattle inventory numbers in the January report are eagerly anticipated, not only to confirm what happened to the nation’s beef cow herd in 2017 but for indications of what lies ahead in 2018.
Oklahoma Irrigation Conference set for March 8 in Weatherford

WEATHERFORD, Oklahoma – Southern Plains agricultural producers looking to get the most out of their water-use investment should register now to attend the March 8 Oklahoma Irrigation Conference in Weatherford.
OSU rolls out mobile Grain Bin Safety trailer

STILLWATER, Okla. – It is a typical day on the farm and a local farmer is rushing to get everything checked off his list when the grain stops flowing from the storage bin. Like many times before, he hops in to break up any big clumps clogging up the system.
Awareness and record-keeping important to ensuring well-being of elderly horses

STILLWATER, Oklahoma – Improvements in health care and nutrition have increased the lifespan of horses and their number of useful years, but management decisions about an elderly equine’s well-being remain a largely individualized focus.
Safely sending perishable holiday gifts

STILLWATER, Okla. – What is a family to do if an out-of-town loved one cannot make it home for the holidays but loves turkey and dressing? Mailing perishable homemade goods or sending items via mail order is certainly a viable option for gift givers. Following some food safety tips will help avoid the risk of foodborne illness.
Environmental team, Schnelle recognized by state of Texas

STILLWATER, Okla. – Mike Schnelle, Charles and Linda Shackelford Endowed Professor of Floriculture in Oklahoma State University’s Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, is part of a team that was recently named a finalist for the Texas Environmental Excellence Award.

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