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McTague named State 4-H Volunteer of the Year

Thu, Jun 30, 2022

Jayme McTague was named the 2022 State 4-H Volunteer of the Year.

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Carpenter named State 4-H Lifetime Volunteer of the Year

Thu, Jun 30, 2022

Rayanne Carpenter of McClain County was named the 2022 State 4-H Lifetime Volunteer of the Year.

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Women-only cattle camp empowers female ranchers

Wed, Jun 29, 2022

OSU Extension hosts its first-ever cattle camp exclusively for women, and participants discuss how the event benefits their ranching skills.

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Prussic acid toxicity explained as recent drought ramps up risk

Mon, Jun 27, 2022

OSU Extension specialists discuss the fatal threat of prussic acid toxicity in livestock.

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National Safety Month highlights ag and summer hazards

Thu, Jun 23, 2022

OSU Extension highlights National Safety Month by addressing ways to practice safety on the farm and ranch.

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Kids in the kitchen improves eating habits

Wed, Jun 22, 2022

Getting kids in the kitchen to help prepare healthy snacks and simple meals develops skills they will need to make good food choices throughout their lives.

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Oklahoma wheat harvest is 75% complete

Wed, Jun 22, 2022

Following a delay with heavy rains in early June, Oklahoma wheat harvest is finally well under way with 75% of the state harvested as of June 21.

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Use caution with poison hemlock, ivy and oak

Tue, Jun 21, 2022

Poison hemlock is one of the most toxic plants found in Oklahoma. Other plants of concern include poison ivy and poison oak.

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New series of free ranching webinars begins June 23

Fri, Jun 17, 2022

OSU Extension beef cattle specialists will host a series of seven webinars this summer to provide valuable information and education to Oklahoma farmers and ranchers.

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Thirsty crops still need more rain in western Oklahoma

Fri, Jun 17, 2022

Whether summer crops like cotton can be fully harvested this year in the Panhandle and southwest Oklahoma will depend on whether or not the two regions receive more rain.

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Watch for heat stress in livestock as temps climb

Thu, Jun 16, 2022

OSU Extension specialist Paul Beck discusses how cattle and livestock suffer from heat stress and what can be done to prevent it as summer weather arrives.

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