A week spent in a feedyard pen is helping researchers gain a better understanding of greenhouse gas emissions. Their goal is to improve the national inventory of greenhouse gases and […]
Oklahomans are being warned to expect extreme wildfire danger in the western part of the state on Tuesday. Officials with the Oklahoma Forestry Services anticipate conditions that supersede those experienced last […]
On Thursday, the House Agriculture Committee released its draft of the Farm Bill. As expected, the nutrition title of the measure, which includes the SNAP program (food stamps) has garnered the most attention. […]
Wildfires are once again blazing their way through parts of western Oklahoma, and as usual the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service is performing a central role in organizing livestock-related relief efforts. […]
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in McLennan County will host the Central Texas Vines and Wines Program May 17 at Country Spring Vineyard and Wine Garden, 1625 Country Spring […]
The dryland wheat crop is hanging on by a thread, of sorts. Thread-like roots developed last fall from the wheat seed have reached deep into the soil profile to tap […]
Weather fluctuating between cold and warm, with plenty of rain at times. Not exactly a normal April in almond country.
In this week’s AgFax Weekend – Farm Bill Draft – Surprises? | Acreage Decisions | Trump Promise to Ethanol Industry | and more.
The fire environment unfortunately lived up to the forecast and predictions yesterday with significant fire activity in Oklahoma. Very strong burning conditions in western Oklahoma during the overnight hours on […]
Hi everyone! This week we experienced a little bit of rain on Monday night creeping into Tuesday morning with rain totals of anywhere from 0.20 to 1 inch in some […]