Wheat & Canola Update
Jan 23, 2019

Video: Wheat & Canola Update

Josh Lofton tells us how the mix of cold and warm temperatures this winter have impacted the canola and wheat crops. He also previews the upcoming All-Crops Conference.
 

Wheat & Canola Update

Wheat & Canola Update

Josh Lofton tells us how the mix of cold and warm temperatures this winter have impacted the canola and wheat crops. He also previews the upcoming All-Crops Conference.... More
Government Shutdown Effects

Government Shutdown Effects

Amy Hagerman explains the challenges Oklahoma producers are facing during the government shutdown.... More
Livestock Marketing - Slowing Data

Livestock Marketing - Slowing Data

While this wet winter weather has impacted our crops, Derrell Peel says cattle producers are feeling the effects as well.... More
Mental Health and Agriculture

Mental Health and Agriculture

Starting the Conversation... More
Partners in North American Pork Production

Partners in North American Pork Production

Partners in North American Pork Production... More
Spreading Poo & Polishing a Gorgeous Turd

Spreading Poo & Polishing a Gorgeous Turd

Every few years we have livestock manure spread on a few fields, which is excellent for crops. We also are super excited to restore this 1986 International 9370 Eagle Binder Semi. We picked it up cheap which means we can put the saved cash into a nice makeover... More
Grinding Hay And Feeding The Cattle

Grinding Hay And Feeding The Cattle

This morning we ground some hay and then fed our four pens of cattle.... More

Farm Basics - Preventing Weed Resistance

Farm Basics - Preventing Weed Resistance

Darren and Brian Hefty explain the concerns many farmers have about weed resistance and what can be done to combat it. They discuss which weeds to watch for and how multiple methods of control can help prevent resistance on your farm.... More
Making the Best Beef

Making the Best Beef

Justin Sexten, Director of Supply Development at the Certified Angus Beef brand shares his insight on how cattle make the quality standards required for the brand.... More
2019 Sorghum Symposium - Barb Kliment

2019 Sorghum Symposium - Barb Kliment

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Shutdown Slowing Work in Rural America

Shutdown Slowing Work in Rural America

As many federal employees are ordered back to work without pay, the nation’s farmers continue to shoulder the burden of a trade war with China. The spat in Washington is making it difficult to plan for an already cloudy future.... More
Markets with Derrell Peel

Markets with Derrell Peel

Oklahoma State University’s Dr. Derrell Peel talks about how the livestock markets are being impacted by snow as well as the government shutdown. Derrell also discusses where he sees beef demand heading in 2019.... More
Carencrest Farms: Staying sustainable while growing a dairy herd

Carencrest Farms: Staying sustainable while growing a dairy herd

Saskatchewan Agriculture - Sustainable, dairy, environment, holding pond, agriculture, cattle... More
Allis Chalmers Combines - Harvesting With Classic Tractors

Allis Chalmers Combines - Harvesting With Classic Tractors

Arland Lepper's father farmed with Allis Chalmers equipment and that connection has turned into a passion for collecting it. Arland shares his passion and the history of his collection of Allis Chalmers Combines... More
The 4020 drives out the 5010 gets pushed in!

The 4020 drives out the 5010 gets pushed in!

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Yorkshire Pigs | The Corporate Pork Standard

Yorkshire Pigs | The Corporate Pork Standard

Yorkshire and Yorkshire influenced pigs are the backbone of today’s commercial pork industry.... More
Mental Health for Farmers Public Awareness Campaign

Mental Health for Farmers Public Awareness Campaign

Government of Ontario Announcements - Mental Health for Farmers Public Awareness Campaign... More
Soybeans in Louisiana Rotting in Fields as a Result of the Trade War

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In Louisiana the tariffs have forced soybean farmers to leave their crops in the field to rot.... More
What’s The Outlook For The Dairy Industry in 2019?

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California

California's Poultry Threatened by Newcastle Disease

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