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Serving the people of Caddo County with resources and services based in university research.

Cooperative Extension provides research-based resources (many free) you can use to improve your home, workplace and community. This office's programs and services are specifically designed to solve the problems county residents face. It's a service of Oklahoma State University and functions as part of a nationwide network of university extension offices dedicated to providing trustworthy public education and service.


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Services offered through Caddo County

 

Meet Your County Staff

These folks are your direct line to Oklahoma State University, bringing research from the labs and fields to YOU. 

David L. Nowlin

County Extension Director | Agriculture/4-H Educator

Carol Hart

Family Consumer Sciences Educator (also serves in Comanche County)

Jace Prough

4-H Extension

Joyce Richey

Nutrition Education Assistant

Denise Parr

Extension Administrative Support Assistant


New lamb protection during wintertime explained New lamb protection during wintertime explained Feb 16

Hypothermia – a dangerously low body temperature – is a major cause of death in young lambs.

Cattle needs rise as temperatures drop Cattle needs rise as temperatures drop Feb 15

Follow recommended livestock-care checklists to mitigate significant dangers that arctic blasts bring to animal health and production.

Horse owners need to be watchful for signs of colic Horse owners need to be watchful for signs of colic Feb 12

Horses need more feed to replace energy loss brought about by wintertime weather conditions, and that can lead to problems.

Take steps to maximize available hay in cattle operations Take steps to maximize available hay in cattle operations Feb 12

Cattle producers are only halfway through the hay feeding season, so it’s a good time to double-check they’re not wasting that precious resource.

Local Events

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Fri 3/12

1:00 p.m. Pecan Topics for March zoom

Tue 3/23

1:00 p.m. Co-Parenting for Resilience Comanche County Fairgrounds 920 SW Sheridan Rd. Lawton, OK 73505

Fri 4/9

1:00 p.m. Pecan Topics for April zoom - Registration link will be supplied about 3 weeks prior to meeting.

Tue 4/27

1:00 p.m. Co-Parenting for Resilience Comanche County Fairgrounds 920 SW Sheridan Rd. Lawton, OK 73505

Fri 5/7

1:00 p.m. Pecan Topics for May zoom - Registration link will be supplied about 3 weeks prior to meeting.

 

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