Whether you raise crops, forages or animals, there seems to be a constant flow of new products into the agricultural marketplace. You see advertisements in trade publications, at stores and farm shows, and on the Internet and television. How do you know if these new products really work?
The Agricultural Division maintains two primary efforts: consultation and research. The research mission is to assist agricultural producers in attaining their goals through effective research. The...
The amount of water animals consume is affected by many physiological and environmental factors, one of which is the quality of available water.
Integrity Beef is a terminal beef cattle program. It assists producers in the production and marketing of ranch-raised stocker/feeder cattle that are preconditioned and have superior growth potential.
If you have fencing on your property, you will need to keep branches, trees and weeds from growing up on fence lines.
Aquatic vegetation is the proper name for the moss seen in ponds and other bodies of water. Unfortunately, many people do not view aquatic vegetation in a favorable light.
Grasshoppers are considered an intermittent problem in Oklahoma and North Texas pastures. However, when they are present in large numbers, the damage can be severe.
Everyone has heard the expression "good fences make good neighbors." This has never been truer than in today's world.
Monitoring largemouth bass and bluegill populations over time can help pond managers accomplish their goals. A good way to monitor these trends is to conduct hook and line or electrofishing surveys.
Due to its high yield potential and adaptability to marginal lands, switchgrass has received considerable press for its potential to contribute to the growing cellulosic ethanol industry.