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  • 2020 May Ag Newsletter - Horticulture Tips for May; 2020 Soybean Budget; Soybean Weed Management; Realistic Expectations for Estrus Synchronization and AI Programs; Fungicides for the Home and Garden; Private Applicator Testing Packets Available in Response to Covid-19; Pesticide Certification Testing Available; Contacting OSU Pesticide Safety Education Program During Covid-19 State Of Emergency; Wheat Disease Update May 9, 2020; Water Quality Affects
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  • 2020 April Ag Newsletter-Horticulture Tips for April; Moldy Feed & Hay; Body Condition: Key to Young Cow Success; Blue Green Algae; Pond Management; Animals and COVID -19; Private Applicator License Applications Notice
  • 2020 March Ag Newsletter-Horticulture Tips; Skunk Damage Management; Cattle Lice; Tomato Varieties; Is COVID Impacting Demand; Army Cutworms; Time to Evaluate Herd Breeding Potential; Access Farm Management Sources
  • 2020 February Ag Newsletter-Prescribed Burn Workshop Planned for February 15; New Pesticide Applicator Testing; Horticulture Tips; How Much Hay Do I Feed; Effect of Heifer Calving Date on Longevity and Lifetime Productivity

Cattlemen's Association

Come be a part of a great County Cattlemen's Association.  We meet approximately 5-6 times a year for educational programs relating to current agricultural issues and topics.  Highlights of the year include our Annual Summer BBQ in August and our Christmas Dinner in December.


Dues are $20 per year, per family.  A great bargain anyway you look at it.  If you have an idea for a specific program or would like to join as a member, contact the OSU Extension office at (918) 696-2253.

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