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Mesonet Collects Weather Data in Real-Time

Noble research and demonstration farms and ranches host three Mesonet sites, which help producers across the state adjust to fluctuating climate pressures.

Scholar Q&A

Meet some of the students who joined the Noble team for a summer as Lloyd Noble Scholars.

Collecting Rainwater Has Many Benefits

Whether you want to water your backyard garden or have easy access to water for your livestock, setting up a rain barrel is a DIY project you can accomplish with only a few tools and at little cost in materials.

Pumpkin Patch Ponderings

We are all stewards of this earth. We do not own it; we merely pass through for a short time. Yet we are accountable.

Tips for a Safe Hunting Season

Fall hunting season is here, and with it comes an opportunity to engage with nature. As you go out into the woods for a few days, don’t forget to take precautions to keep yourself and those around you safe.

Making a Super Burger, Vietnamese-Style

Sarah Kemp led Team Noble to victory in the Ardmore Corporate Fitness Challenge Super Burger Contest in June. Now she shares her award-winning recipe for a Vietnamese-style burger.

Getting a Grip on Life

I am not a grease monkey. So the annual maintenance of the family riding lawn mower pushes the boundaries of my mechanical repertoire.

Managing Pastures Before and During Drought

Pasture managers may dread droughts. However, with proper planning and preparation, they can minimize the damage and keep operations running smoothly.

Prescribed Fire Is Essential to the Land

Prescribed fire, grazing and rest are integral processes for maintaining the integrity, stability and beauty of the biotic community in the Southern Great Plains and throughout the U.S.

Look for These Soil Health Indicators in the Field

Soil color and structure, the presence of biological activity like earthworms and dung beetles, rooting resistance, and soil smell can help farmers and ranchers determine the health of their soils.