- Garfield County Livestock Show results
4-H’ers help raise money
The funds given to Ronald McDonald House will help finance day-to-day ex-penses and will finance a portion of house improvements.
Water-based mud can affect wheat crop
Oklahoma State University researchers Chad Penn and Jason Warren initiated a study at Lahoma in 2012 to determine how in-season application of water-based drilling mud affected soil salinity and wheat yield.
Smithson new GM at Farmers
The move was made by the cooperative’s board of directors. Smithson brings 11 years of financial industry and more than 21 years of agribusiness experience to the position.
- Waynoka members celebrate FFA Week
Cattle trial studies use of supplements
Mineral supplements play important economic and performance roles in stocker operations and often are used as a carrier for feed additives that help prevent health problems or improve weight gain in stocker cattle on pasture.
Woods Co. mineral owners to meet
The meeting will be 7 p.m. in the seminar room of Northwest Technology Center in Alva. This meeting is a rescheduled event due to the recent snow storms.
Garden meeting rescheduled
The meeting will be 5:30 p.m. March 4 at Northwest Technology Center, 1801 S. 11th, Alva. Light snacks will be provided at the program.
Oats good choice for spring pasture
Oat pasture should be treated the same as winter wheat pasture in terms of stocking rates and time to initiate grazing.
- State FFA officers visit Garber students
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