Wildlife management, particularly white-tailed deer management, is becoming more and more commercialized, but little attention is given to the basics of deer habitat management because it can't be put in a bag or can and sold for a profit.
One of the most challenging and frustrating problems agricultural producers face is to figure out what happened to a planted crop that failed to come up.
Plant biotechnology is an extension of traditional plant breeding with one very important difference modern plant biotechnology allows for the transfer of a greater variety of genetic information in a more precise, controlled manner.
Preparing a risk management plan each year will allow you to review the risks associated with your farm or ranch.
For many different reasons, producers often purchase rather than raise their replacement females.
Soil compaction - which occurs when soil particles are pressed together, reducing pore space between particles and pushing out air - can be a serious problem for agricultural producers.
This is the second installment covering new research and demonstration projects started this year.
Timing of nitrogen application will obviously be different if you run only spring stockers versus in both the fall and the spring. How much difference does it make? To answer that, I'd like to share some data from our Red River Research Farm at Burneyville, Okla.
Be leery of results from any "experiment" where there is no replication of treatments and/or the number of observations is very small. Consider carefully the study conditions from which the results were obtained.
The USDA's Risk Management Agency (RMA) has announced a pilot program that will extend insurance protection to cow-calf and stocker cattle producers in Texas and Oklahoma.