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Intensive Early Stocking

An explanation of Intensive Early Stocking (IES), pasture and forage management practices and cattle performance results.

Beef CattleBudgeting & Financial PlanningCow-CalfDroughtLivestockMoney Management (Personal)Weather & Disaster Preparedness
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Understanding Stormwater Runoff and Low Impact Development (LID)

How to manage stormwater runoff and the benefits of using the low impact development approach in Oklahoma.

FloodingWaterWeather & Disaster Preparedness
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What is the Difference Between Weather and Climate?

Weather and climate differences as well as highlighting climate norms and definitions.

MeteorologyWeather & ClimateWeather & Disaster Preparedness
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Farmers in Transition: Evaluating Options for Change

A guide for beginning an internal audit of a farm business, the role family plays in conjunction to operating a business and options for change.

Estate Planning & TransitionsFarm & Ranch FinancesNatural Disaster RecoveryRestructuring & SalesWeather & Disaster Preparedness
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Farmers in Transition: Farm Family Decision-Making

A detailed outline of the step-by-step process for decision-making while going through a transition.

Estate Planning & TransitionsFarm & Ranch FinancesNatural Disaster RecoveryWeather & Disaster Preparedness
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The Use of Early Weaning in Practical Cattle Management

Learn about the use of early weaning practices as a solution for emergency forage and economic problems in beef cattle management.

Beef CattleCow-CalfDairy CattleDroughtGrazing ManagementLivestockRangeland ManagementWeather & Disaster Preparedness
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Managing Bermudagrass Pasture to Reduce Winter Hay Feeding in Beef Cattle Operations

A study that examines managed stockpiled bermudagrass forage in cattle enterprises and its relation to the performance of growing cattle.

Beef CattleDroughtForage GrassesLivestockPastures & ForageWeather & Disaster PreparednessWinter Weather
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Reducing Winter Feeding Costs

How to improve hay utilization, harvest and storage practices in order to reduce feeding costs in the long run throughout the winter months.

Beef CattleBudgets & RecordkeepingBusiness Planning & ManagementCow-CalfFarm & Ranch FinancesLivestockPastures & ForageWeather & Disaster Preparedness
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