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One of my projects while interning with the Noble Research Institute was a "mob," or high stock density grazing, simulation.
Meet Amber Oerly, from Boonville, Missouri, whose trip to the Noble Research Institute in 2018 inspired her to become a 2019 Lloyd Noble Scholar in Agriculture.
Richard Duncan begins his time as a Lloyd Noble Scholar in Agriculture with a mob grazing project.
Jake Hefley travels from Arkansas to Oklahoma for his summer as a Lloyd Noble Scholar in Agriculture. He will help design a detailed record-keeping template for Noble’s farms.
A visit to a Stuart, Oklahoma, aquaponics farm opens the eyes of 2019 Lloyd Noble Scholar in Agriculture Kenneth Watkins to a whole new world of farming.
2019 Lloyd Noble Scholar in Agriculture Kenneth Watkins left his California farm to study in Oklahoma, focusing on pecan production and economics this summer.
Lloyd Noble Scholar in Agriculture Taylor McAtee learned about the Noble Research Institute during a conference at her 2018 summer feedyard internship.
Charlotte Talbott, Lloyd Noble Scholar in Ag, is testing a new technology that could help ranchers manage grazing cattle with efficiency and ease.
2019 Lloyd Noble Scholar in Agriculture Amber Oerly describes a variety of summer activities: conducting prescribed burns, touring an agritourism farm and helping tag feral hogs.
The Congress Avenue Bridge in Austin, Texas, is a famous home to approximately 1.5 million bats during the summer months, and every night at sunset, crowds gather to watch the nocturnal animals swarm out from their nests beneath the bridge.