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Paul Jackson
Few in the state know more or care about the wheat industry than the 71-year-old Paul Jackson. Recently inducted into the Ag Hall of Fame, he talks about the ...
Ag Hall of Fame
For Altus farmer Murray R. Williams farming cotton has been in his blood since day one. Williams is this year's Governors Agricultural Hall of Fame winner and ...
Property Rights - Eminent Domain
A recent supreme court decision allowing private property being taken by eminent domain has people concerned. With a lot of agricultural land taxed lower than ...
Ag in the Classroom-Teacher of the Year
Theresa Balan, 6th grade science and spanish teacher at Briarwood Elementary school in Moore, makes agriculture relevant and fun for her students.
Brazil Overview
Slightly larger than the U.S., Brazil is fast emerging as a force in global trade and an agricultural superpower.
Women in Agriculture
Gail Holland, a local USDA director and organizer of the Women In Agriculture and Small Business Conference talks about the upcoming Women in Agriculture ...
Cuba Trade 2006
State Officials recently traveled to Cuba to discuss Oklahoma’s agricultural exports to this island nation.
Susan Currie, executive director of the Oklahoma Israel Exchange program, is on a mission of cooperation between the state of Israel and the state of Oklahoma. ...
Migrant Workers
Oklahoma’s immigrant population has almost doubled since 1990. According to the Immigration and Naturalization Service, many of these immigrants enter the ...
Lifelong Learning
Haydenville’s Paul and Maxine Haydon learned to manage the business side of their farm using computer programs instead of pencil and paper with the help of ...
For many folks, the closest they get to a farm is passing one along the highway. Yet agriculture is one of the state's largest industries, contributing $7.1 ...
Ag in the Classroom
A program called Ag in the Classroom introduces Oklahoma students to agriculture. But to do that, some Oklahoma teachers had their own lessons to learn.
Rockin' LH Asparagus Farm
Lee Henry gives Oklahomans a cowboy experience at his Rockin LH Asparagus Farm in the small town of Stidham near Lake Eufaula. Henry teams up with neighbors, ...
Isreal's Desert Bloom
Israel is a country one-ninth the size of Oklahoma. Thanks to technology, Israel produces most of its own food and exports close 2.5 billion in ...
Guymon Agriculture
Agriculture is big business in Guymon, Oklahoma. When it comes to ag reciepts, the money that springs from farming, in and around Guymon, puts Texas County in ...
Immigrant Workers
Since 1990, our state has seen close to a doubling of our immigrant population. Oklahoma is now home to about one hundred thirty-two thousand foreign born ...
2005 Ag Hall of Fame
You can say the gentleman in our next story literally started off at the bottom of the heap. With shovel in hand, Tom Gilliam worked his way into becoming the ...
Agritourism Bus Tour - Berries of the Spring
Farming is a tough career, but one that is vital to our nation. We hop aboard Agritourism's bus tour to northeastern Oklahoma to see where our food comes from.
Oklahoma HORIZON TV - Full Show 1231
This week on Oklahoma HORIZON we take a look at forestry and tourism in Oklahoma.
Farm Bill Facts
Congressman Frank Lucas, chair of the House Committee on Agriculture, gives an update on the on again - off again 2012 Farm Bill.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1240
The future of farming.
Future of Farming
Life on the family farm is looking pretty lucrative with record crop prices and soaring land values.
Farm Boom and Bust
Damona Doye, agricultural economist at Oklahoma State University, discusses the ups and downs of farming.
Farm Boom and Bust
Value Added: Oklahoma State University Agricultural Economist Damona Doye discusses the ups and downs of farming.
Farm Bill 2012
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack speaks out about the 2012 Farm Bill.
Ag Teacher of the Year 2012 - Bringing the Farm... to School
We go inside a western Oklahoma classroom to meet a teacher who brings the farm to her classroom to teach everything from English to Math.
Ag in the Classroom Bus Tour - Agriculture Across the State
We join a group of Oklahoma teachers on an Ag in the Classroom bus trip back to the farm to see where our food comes from.
Oklahoma Youth Expo 2012 - Champion Livestock & Leaders
We attend the Oklahoma Youth Expo, the largest Junior Livestock Stock in the world.
Farm Subsidies - Farm Subsidies Still Needed
This year federal lawmakers are scheduled to rewrite the Farm Bill which is a comprehensive piece of legislation that covers everything from the food we eat, ...
Mike Dicks Interview - Freedom to Farm
We visit with Mike Dicks, an Oklahoma State Univeristy economist, who shares some interesting insights into the rules of "unintended consequences" that ...