Jesses Jewelz

July 13, 2020 0

By Jesse Kader It’s sweet sweet summertime and by this time it’s really heating up outside. You don’t have to sacrifice style because of the heat. I have several cute and cool options to keep […]

COVID-19 and Animals

July 12, 2020 0

By Barry Whitworth, DVM / Area Food/Animal Quality and Health Specialist for Eastern Oklahoma By now, most people have been saturated with COVID-19 information. Even with what is known about the virus, much of the […]

When a City Girl Goes Country

July 11, 2020 0

By Annette Bridges As cattle ranchers, we are faced with countless occurrences that are simply out of our control. Who doesn’t wish they could control the weather? We need rain but not too much at […]

Land Market Report: May 2020

July 10, 2020 0

By Jared Groce As predicted, in March the moment public officials began to mention possibly allowing businesses to open back up is when the buyers began blowing up agents’ phones. There is indeed a mass […]

Lacey’s Pantry: Banana Cream Cheesecake Bars

July 9, 2020 0

IngredientsCrust3 cups Nilla Wafer cookie crumbs1/2 cup butter melted Cheesecake Filling1 pint whipping cream3/4 cup granulated sugar24 oz cream cheese room temperature2 3.4 oz pkg banana cream pudding mix InstructionsCombine the melted butter and cookie […]

From Egg to Chick: The Development of Embryos

July 8, 2020 0

The chicken egg has been a staple inside the American household for generations, and in 2019, table egg production totaled 99.1 billion. However, in the years of early American agriculture, chickens were bred and their […]

Ranch, Rodeo and Randomness

July 6, 2020 0

By Pepper Stewart There was a big to-do about car racing returning to competition without fans on May 17. Sorry, but car racing was not the first. The Professional Bull Riders returned after a 41-day […]

Fescue Toxicosis

July 5, 2020 0

By Dr. Kimberly Carr, DVM With foaling season upon us it is important to discuss fescue grass and the negative impact it can have on late term gestation in broodmares. Fescue is commonly found in […]

Ag Elsewhere: Colorado

July 4, 2020 0

By Lindsey Lambert A view of the Graneros Gorge in Colorado with the Greenhorn Mountains in the background.

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