The future of the beef industry is filled with both opportunities and challenges due to the 2011 drought in the Southern Plains, high price of grains, volatility in the commodity markets and fewer dollars available for research and education.
Internal parasites cost U.S. cattle operations an estimated $200 million annually. While several chemicals and formulations are approved to control worms in cattle, there have been recent reports of declining efficacy of some dewormers.
As we approach the end of 2011, many soil sample results have considerably higher than average amounts of nitrates, especially in wheat and winter pasture fields.
In an effort to assist producers with summer annual forage selection, the Agricultural Division has conducted forage yield trials to determine hay yields of commercially available varieties of forage...
With cities and towns spreading into rural areas and more people moving to the country, people and wildlife interactions are becoming more common. Attracting wildlife to ones property can be...
Many pond owners think surveying fish populations in a pond is something only a professional fisheries biologist can do. Determining the fish species present, their size distribution and relative...
Noble Research Institute scientists join Mount Sinai in researching cure for Alzheimer's disease.
Noble Agricultural consultants join special mission to educate farmers in war-torn Iraq.
The Noble Research Institute offers assistance, continues research for drought-stricken Southern Great Plains.
With his retirement date set, President Mike Cawley discusses the people and events that shaped his life.