Late-summer fish die-offs are often the result of low dissolved oxygen in farm ponds. Follow these management tips for a healthy pond environment.
Farmers, ranchers and landowners can find flooding news and resources in the following links as well as from local county extension and NRCS offices.
Charlotte Talbott, Lloyd Noble Scholar in Ag, is testing a new technology that could help ranchers manage grazing cattle with efficiency and ease.
Haying has been a real challenge with the frequent rains we've experienced. The consensus among the Agricultural Division's consulting teams is that most of the hay put up so far this summer has had at least one rain fall on it before baling.
Each summer, the Noble Research Institute provides more than a dozen college students with a life-changing experience, not just an internship.
Richard Duncan begins his time as a Lloyd Noble Scholar in Agriculture with a mob grazing project.
Jake Hefley travels from Arkansas to Oklahoma for his summer as a Lloyd Noble Scholar in Agriculture. He will help design a detailed record-keeping template for Noble’s farms.
A unique greenhouse farm in Kingston, Oklahoma, reveals clever uses for what many would consider trash.
In 2015, Noble Research Institute helped found the U.S. Roundtable for Sustainable Beef. Read about the group’s work and the progress made to date.
The perfect beef cow has the right mix of traits. Her ability to prosper in her environment and deliver a health calf every year are most important.