Producers can ensure they are choosing the best feed for their livestock by understanding the information on a feed tag.
2019 Lloyd Noble Scholar in Agriculture Amber Oerly looks back at her summer at Noble. Worries early on diminished, as her fellow scholars became some of her dearest friends.
Lloyd Noble Ag Scholar Taylor McAtee looks back on a productive summer investigating the Whisper Veterinary Stethoscope, feral hogs and more.
Kelsey Lawrence, a fifth grade math teacher in Madill, Oklahoma, spent the summer in the Noble Research Institute’s Mycology Laboratory learning about endophytes and exploring ways to incorporate real-world research into classroom learning.
Beef Quality Assurance was developed over 25 years ago to help producers increase the quality of beef they produce by educating ranchers and their employees on the importance of proper management and adhering to industry-accepted guidelines.
The IBeef program is a joint effort between the Noble Research Institute consultation program and participating cooperators. It endeavors to be a producer-led program with the Noble Research Institute serving as consultants to the program.
2019 Lloyd Noble Scholar in Agriculture Kenneth Watkins looks back on a summer well-spent with his pecan research, learning and having fun with friends.
Researchers at the Noble Research Institute have discovered how differences in root systems can result in deeper rooting, greater nitrogen uptake and increased plant growth.
New technologies are being developed in agriculture every day. The August 2019 issue of Noble News and Views focuses on exploring some of these technologies and their value for farmers and ranchers.
GIS allows us to collect large amounts of data that offer a better picture of agricultural lands. This in turns offers opportunities for farmers and ranchers to make more-informed decisions on their operations.