Noble Research Institute and its partners in the International Consortium for Antimicrobial Stewardship in Agriculture work to promote antibiotic stewardship.
To attract more ducks to your pond, manage for clearer water, less disturbance and more duck food.
To succeed with pecan trees, it helps to understand the unique nature of how they flower and reproduce. Cross-pollination with the right combination of tree types is key.
Properly designed and thought-out facilities will be safe for the producer and animal and will allow for cattle to be easily worked in a timely fashion.
Exclosures provide an effective means to prevent beavers from plugging pond overflow pipes and cutting individual trees.
Noble Research Institute public relations coordinator Robyn Peterson was recently elected as president of the Oklahoma CattleWomen’s Association (OCW) for the 2019-2020 year.
While mapping software and aerial images help analyze grazeable acres, a Noble Research Institute grazing study shows there’s no substitute for knowing your ranch at ground level.
Management needs differ among pecan cultivars. Management between natives and improved pecans can differ dramatically as well.
The more we use systems thinking in land stewardship, the more we reduce unintended consequences of management decisions on soil health and ecosystem services.
As U.S. farmers age, 70% of farmland could change hands by 2031. Effective transition to the next generation requires overcoming several barriers to entry.