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.
When it comes to livestock, not all water is equal. Water quality makes a difference in performance, and that difference can really add up.
Pecan growers risk economic losses if they don’t monitor and treat the most damaging insect pest: pecan weevil. Here are tips to do just that.
As more land managers use growing-season burns to meet their goals, livestock stocking rates become even more important.
Meet Amber Oerly, from Boonville, Missouri, whose trip to the Noble Research Institute in 2018 inspired her to become a 2019 Lloyd Noble Scholar in Agriculture.
Lloyd Noble Scholar in Agriculture Taylor McAtee learned about the Noble Research Institute during a conference at her 2018 summer feedyard internship.
A visit to a Stuart, Oklahoma, aquaponics farm opens the eyes of 2019 Lloyd Noble Scholar in Agriculture Kenneth Watkins to a whole new world of farming.