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Global Warming - Stop Cussing and Start Discussing
Sixth-generation Oklahoma farmer Clay Pope penned a plea to the U.S. president to do more about climate change.
Farm Bill Passes - Sort Of
Political controversy still surrounds the Farm Bill passed in the House of Representatives that excluded the nutrition programs.
Frank Lucas - The Farm Bill
Rep. Frank Lucas, R-Okla., discusses the ins and outs and the relevance of the Farm Bill.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1331
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we look at Oklahoma agriculture.
Positive Change for Ag Producers
Farm incomes in recent years have turned many ag producers from net borrowers into net depositors.
John Hughes - Oklahoma Ag Hall of Fame 2013
John Hughes receives the Governor's Outstanding Achievement Award in Agriculture for his lifelong commitment and work in the ag industry.
Ag in the Classroom Teacher of the Year 2013
We go inside an Oklahoma classroom to meet a teacher who brings the farm to her classroom to teach everything from English to math.
Beef the Italian Way
Oklahoma cattlewomen compete to see who has the best beef recipe. Some fear the continuing drought could have long-term effects on the cattle industry.
This One's From the Girls
Oklahoma's Diamond Hats is supporting the Regional Food Bank's Beef for Backpacks program by having OYE exhibitors donate their animals to help raise money for ...
Global Warming - Stop Cussing and Start Discussing
Sixth-generation Oklahoma farmer Clay Pope penned a plea to the U.S. president to do more about climate change.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1335
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we examine global warming.
USDA Climate Change 2013
U.S. Department of Agriculture reports indicate that climate change could benefit some agriculture sectors.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1501
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we take a look into the future with our annual economic outlook series.
Mark Snead - Economic Outlook 2015
Slumping oil prices are dimming an otherwise bright outlook for Oklahoma’s 2015 economy.
Fed/OSU Economic Outlook
Value Added: The head of the Oklahoma City Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City and the chief economic analyst from the OSU Spears School of ...
Shoeing Horses for a Living
Being a farrier is hard on your back, but not on your pocketbook.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1502
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, as parts of the state continue to struggle with drought, we look at the role of water conservation.
Reusing Our Water
Oklahoma looks for ways to use less water for more people.
David Zetland - Water Conservation
Author David Zetland talks about ways we can conserve our water.
Used Water Dealers
Recent drought leads Latta FFA students to become used water dealers.
David Zetland - Water Shortage
Author David Zetland talks about how our water supply is dwindling.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1507
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we examine what opening the Cuban market could mean for Oklahoma.
Thawing the Trade Embargo to Cuba
What started out as a proposed prisoner swap turned into a historic shift in relations with Cuba.
Will Obama Open Up Trade to Cuba?
Value Added: The White House could reverse a 50-year-old trade policy seen as a Cold War relic by a growing number of people in both countries.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1434
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, foreign diseases make it to the States, and one Oklahoman is framing history.
Pandemic Vulnerabilities
Foreign diseases can affect the U.S. economy. We look at work underway to keep us safe from the threat of pandemics.
Biosecurity Affects Food Industry
U.S. pork producers are feeling the impact of biosecurity issues as the porcine epidemic threatens the hog market.
Tea with a Twist
A glass of Tea’s Perfect Blend with its special sauce is a refreshing drink you will definitely want refills of.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1437
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we examine how Oklahoma’s weather affects agriculture and the state’s economy.
Unpredictable Weather Affects Ag
Ag producers’ fortunes are as tied to the weather as they are the soil.