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Students gain a greater understanding of the science, technology, engineering and math components of agriculture through tours, competitions and empowered teachers.
Jimmy and Ginger Emmons press on from the Rhea Fire knowing it cannot overpower the agriculture community’s spirit or the soil’s ability to give life.
Computational models allow Ana Paez-Garcia, Ph.D., to look inside roots and gain knowledge that could eventually yield crop varieties better able to withstand drought.
In 2015, Lee Wayne Stepp embarked on a journey to improve his southwestern Oklahoma soil through cover crops and no-till. Three years later, he shares some of the ups and downs and why he is keeping to the path.
Advances in microscope technology allow scientists to gain increasingly greater glimpses into how plants function, generating knowledge that can be turned into tools for farmers and ranchers.
Many at the Noble Research Institute raise cattle and are otherwise engaged in production agriculture outside of their full-time jobs. Others grew up on farms and ranches. These are their stories.
The 2018 International Wild Pig Conference Technical Training Day presented various wild pig control methods available to land managers. The event was organized by the Noble Research Institute and featured experts from governmental and nongovernmental agencies, academic institutions, and private entities.