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Research Collaboration Aims to Improve Efficiency in Cattle Ranching Operations

Noble Research Institute, LLC and GrowSafe Systems Ltd. have entered into a new research agreement that aims to improve efficiency in cattle production and aid ranchers in making management decisions.

Noble Laboratories Receive My Green Lab Certifications

Four Noble Research Institute laboratories recently participated in the My Green Lab sustainability certification program. Noble is the first research organization in Oklahoma to participate in the program.

Do You Possess the 8 Characteristics of an Intentional Beef Producer?

Intentional beef producers share many characteristics when it comes to managing their operations for healthy herds and profits.

Signs to Watch When Making Decisions on Stocking Rates

When using the intuitive approach to stocking rate management, monitor these factors to determine when a change is needed.

Where to Find Technical Guidance for Land Management and Conservation

Land managers can seek technical guidance from several nongovernment organizations as well as state and federal entities.

7 Steps to Creating a Successful Ranch Management Plan

Learn the seven steps of intentional management in ranching operations and how to manage toward realistic, well-defined goals.

Paving Destiny's Dirt Road

Noble Research Institute presented William and Karen Payne with the 2019 Leonard Wyatt Memorial Outstanding Cooperator Award for their dedication to land stewardship and education.

Noble Land Stewardship Program Aims to Help Ranchers Put Numbers to the Value They Bring to Society

When asked about his cow-calf operation in Blooming Grove, Texas, Gary Price doesn’t open with the number of cows he runs or the breed he raises. Instead, he starts with the soil, describing the...

Ask the Expert: How Do I Get Started on Improving My Land?

Jeff Goodwin shares advice from more than 15 years of working with ranchers and other land managers.

Peptide Research Could Help Plants Grow Better in Nutrient-Limited Environments

Research explores tiny compounds called peptides — keys to plant communication and potentially to a future with more efficient use of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizer.