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Ag News and Views: June 2001

Bullheads

Three species of bullhead catfishes occur in Oklahoma and Texas: black bullhead, yellow bullhead, and brown bullhead. Bullheads provide many hours to enjoyment to anglers, especially beginning fishermen. However, they compete directly with channel catfish and sometimes cause water turbidity problems.

Business Revolution in Agriculture

A brief review of the most common methods used to organize and manage a farm business: sole proprietorship, partnership, and the corporation.

Evaluation of Methods Used to Predict Supplemental Feeding Needs for Cattle

One of the most common requests we get from ranchers is, How can I run more cattle? Other than buying or leasing more property, there are about five ways to do this: increase forage production,...

From the Farm: June, 2001

Warm weather brings insects and the need to control them on the farm. We have come up with two portable cattle rubs that are effective.

Looking Back and Forward

As most of you are aware, the Agricultural Division has undergone some significant changes within the past two years. One of the most dramatic was in the division's management structure. The Ag...

Vaccine Handling

There is much more to achieving a protective immune response from a vaccine administration than just poking a needle in a calf.