OACD, Chesapeake celebrate Stewardship Week
Stewardship Week is one of the world’s largest conservation-related observances.
Extension celebration scheduled
The reception will be 3:30-4:40 p.m. May 1 in the lobby of the Woods County Courthouse, 407 Government St. in Alva.
Wheat tour to provide crop information
Damage to wheat from the recent freeze will depend on growth stages and temperatures. It will take approximately seven to 10 days following a freeze to determine damage.
Drummond students receive honors
Several members traveled to Alva for the Northwestern Oklahoma State University Interscholastic Contest.
Garber FFA members place in speech contests
The Ag 1 quiz bowl team placed fourth and qualified for state. On the second day of the event, the animal science quiz bowl team placed second and qualified for state.
Producers need to consider cow supplements
Springtime for many Oklahoma producers often means calving time.
It’s time to dirty hands
Bees are venturing out to visit the new flowers. Keep a close watch on your garden. Often, helpful pest-destroying insects are out, getting ready to work for you, also. These, and the bees helpfully pollinating flowers, shouldn’t be discouraged by the undiscriminating spraying of insecticides.
4-H’ers meet with state lawmakers
Sen. Eddie Fields spoke to the group upon their arrival at the Capitol.
Canola tour to have stops in area
The tour will be held at the canola field of Flying G Farms located 91⁄2 miles west of Orienta on U.S. 412 and then north into the field.
Money up front can mean bigger returns later
Implants are a safe, effective technology that typically offer a 10-to-1 return on investment.
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