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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.
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.
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.
Rough Years for Farmers
Oklahoma’s ongoing drought has taken both financial and emotional tolls on farmers.
The Dry and Rainy Years
Through the years Oklahoma has experienced its share of drought conditions – some spanning generations.
Gary McManus - Economic Impact of Drought
Despite recent rains, most of the state remains in drought as the long-term impact on ag continues.
Improving Efficiency and Sustainability
The USDA’s Grazinglands Research Laboratory is designed to help farmers and ranchers adapt to a changing climate.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1314
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.
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.
Oklahoma Ag Hall of Fame
Value Added: Features on recipients of the Oklahoma Governor's Outstanding Achievement Award in Agriculture.
Economic Impact of Farm Subsidies
Farm subsidies, those direct payments and price supports for farmers, are just a fraction of the total cost of the farm bill, but they generate all 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.
Goodbye City Life
Life in the country is definitely different than living in the city, but the transition to wide-open spaces for which many people long comes with its own ...
Drought Hits Oklahoma Farmers and Ranchers Hard
Agriculturalists are trying to figure out if they can survive another year of little to no rain as the drought continues.
Thieves Are Making Hay of Oklahoma’s Dry Weather
Too little rain has caused the price of hay to skyrocket, making those big round bales a target for thieves.
Investigating and Prosecuting Ag-Related Crimes
Value Added: Cattle rustlers used to hang for their crimes. Today’s punishment is less severe, but hunting thieves down is still serious business for ODAFF’s ...
Gov. Mary Fallin & Deidre Myers - Growing Oklahoma’s Ecosystem
The Oklahoma Department of Commerce’s Deidre Myers explains how the Workforce Ecosystems Initiative will continue Oklahoma’s economic growth, a priority for ...
College 101 for Ag Students
Some students are relying on their four-legged friends to help with their college tuition.
Farm Labor - Who's Minding the Farm
Newly proposed regulations by the Department of Labor could impact the way of life for many Oklahomans "down on the farm."
Mike Spradling & Jack Staats Interview - Child Labor Laws - Affects of Farm Labor Law
We visit with two gentlemen who know just a little about farm life and get their perspective on the proposed regulations governing child labor laws.
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 ...
Weekly Telegram 25 - Outsourcing - Outsourcing on the Farm
In this week's weekly telegram, Will Roberts gives us his views on the Farm Bill legislation.