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The Benefits of Opening Forest Canopies (8/8/20)

Dwayne Elmore explains the benefits of an open canopy in forested areas. For Extension fact sheets & more visit https://extension.okstate.edu SUNUP is a production of the Division of…

From  Kurtis Hair on August 7th, 2020 0  

OSU releases new wheat variety

OK Corral, a new beardless wheat variety has been released by Oklahoma State University’s Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. The variety will introduce greater…

From  Kurtis Hair on September 18th, 2019 0  

Southeast grazing

We learn about an ongoing range research prescribed burning project in Southeastern Oklahoma with Laura Goodman.

From  Kurtis Hair on April 2nd, 2019 0  

Oats as forage?

We learn about using oats for grazing cattle from Paul Beck. For more information on oats as forage visit http://factsheets.okstate.edu/documen...

From  Kurtis Hair on February 14th, 2019 0  

SUNUP: Cow-Calf Corner

Glenn Selk explains the benefits of limit-grazing cattle on wheat pasture and preparing for grass tetany in older cows.

From  Kurtis Hair on March 6th, 2018 0  

SUNUP: Wheat Update

OkState Extension Small Grains Specialist Jeff Edwards gives an update on the condition of Oklahoma’s winter wheat crop and offers management tips as the seasons change.

SUNUP: Full Show November 22, 2014

Segments this week: Canola's Weed Impact, Ag by the Numbers, Market Monitor, Cow-Calf Corner, Mesonet Weather, Farm Bill Update, Livestock Marketing, and Naturally Speaking.

SUNUP: Cattle Grazing

Dave Lalman and Jason Warren discuss a DASNR research project comparing traditional cattle grazing methods with a more intensive grazing system.

SUNUP: Full Show August 2, 2014

This Week's Segments: Cattle Grazing, Ag Apps, Sugarcane Aphids, Irrigation Study, Farm Bill Update, Market Monitor, Mesonet Weather, Cow-Calf Corner, and Shop Stop.

SUNUP: Greater Prairie Chickens

SUNUP travels to Osage County to visit The Nature Conservancy's Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, where Dwayne Elmore and Torre Hovick are conducting research on greater prairie-chickens and fire.