OSU's Rangeland Ecology and Management program provides information and education
on rangeland ecology and management resources related to the state of Oklahoma.
Brush Control (Invasive Woody Plants)
Learn about the use of early weaning practices as a solution for emergency forage and economic problems in beef cattle management.
A description of factors that influence the extent of cedar control with prescribed fire such as tree height, fire type, fuel load, leaf moisture and weather.
A summary of the basic ecology of sand sagebrush and proper guidance on how its management will impact sand sagebrush plant communities.
Identification and control methods for different leaf diseases commonly found on deciduous shade trees in Oklahoma.
Determine when to implement prescribed burning practices based on the specific land management goals and objectives.
A summary for construction, measurements and maintenance of an electric fence for sheep.
Linkages among climate, vegetation and hydrological processes to understand the potential of redcedar encroachment influencing the water budget on rangelands.
No other single management practice affects profitability of livestock more than stocking rate, learn how to determine the proper stocking rate for your land.