Jim Johnson, soils and crops consultant, reviews one of his favorite grass cover crops: Browntop Millet.
Rodney Pierce, equipment and inventory supervisor for the Noble Research Institute, shows how his organization routinely inspects its ATVs to make sure they remain in tip-top condition and are safe to operate.
Hans Lambers, Ph.D., presented "Phosphorus nutrition in phosphorus-impoverished biodiversity hotspots" as part of the Research Seminar Series at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 15.
Bill Buckner, President and CEO, announces the formation of the Noble Research Institute.
Steve Rhines, Director of Legal Services and Public Affairs, details the reasons behind the transformation of The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation into the new Noble Research Institute.
The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, created in 2017, will assume the philanthropy responsibilities of the historic Noble Foundation while agricultural and research activities will continue as the Noble Research Institute.
Bill Buckner, President and CEO, makes closing remarks at the program introducing the Noble Research Institute, then solicits questions about the new organization from event attendees.
Dr. Evan Whitley, Manager of Noble's Center for Advanced Agricultural Systems and Technology, details the practices Noble uses with its own cowherd.
Dr. Jon Biermacher has analyzed the economics of various cull cow sale options to highlight strategies producers can use to maximize revenues.
Bryan Nichols, livestock consultant with the Noble Research Institute, presents the results of this research project.