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2003 Archive

All I Want for Christmas is a Soil Sample from You ...

A recent analysis of our cooperators' soil test data from 1999 to 2003 highlights the necessity of collecting soil samples in order to do a good job of fertilizing and liming.

These Cow Feeding Tips Could Help Save Money

Feeding tips to reduce labor, reduce feed costs or increase cow response to supplemental feeding.

Limit Grazing Studied

In this project, we are evaluating the effects of limit grazing and method of limit grazing on animal performance, forage utilization and grazing enterprise profitability by comparing the effectiveness of every-other-day winter annual grazing, daily restricted grazing intervals and ad-libitum grazing.

Who's Doing the Breeding?

Which bucks are successfully breeding has significant impact on deer management in general and buck harvest strategies in particular.

The Future of Fresh Market Fruit, Vegetable Production in Oklahoma

The potential for production and marketing of fruit and vegetable crops in Oklahoma has never been greater.

What Goes Up Will Come Down ...

It may be the understatement of the century to say that recent cattle markets have been unprecedented but be assured, prices will come down.

You Can't Afford Not to Lime

To get the most out of your nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and other nutrients, pH must be at the proper levels.

New Projects Underway in 2003: Part III

This is the final article on new projects this year. Please remember that it will be two or three years from the time these projects start before meaningful conclusions can be drawn.

Use These Strategies for Managing Buck Harvest

If you are not satisfied with the size of bucks on your property, and your hunters are harvesting more than one buck per 300 acres of deer habitat annually, you need to impose some method of limiting buck harvest.

Consulting, Education Still Top Priorities for Ag Division

It has been slightly more than three years since the Ag Division re-organized and began operating with a new mission statement and goals.

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