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Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station

The Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station (OAES) conducts research on agriculture, natural resources, rural economies and social issues to address the needs of Oklahomans. 

Our research is a collaborative effort between farmers and ranchers, agriculture commodity groups, industry, state agencies, and federal competitive grants. OAES research expenditures account for more than $50 million annually and directly support Oklahoma’s agricultural industry. 


 

OSU research show it is possible to eat meat and remain ecofriendly 

cows on fieldAgriculture, including beef production, is a known contributor of greenhouse gases, which hurt the environment.

But, what if environmentally conscious families who like and want to keep beef on the dinner menu could have their meat and eat it, too?

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OSU launches four new wheat varieties

The Oklahoma State University Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources released four hard red winter wheat varieties. The new varieties are Showdown, Green Hammer, Baker’s Ann and Skydance

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The art and science of naming a wheat variety

SkydanceWhat’s in a name? 

Well, a lot more than you might think, at least when it comes to the Oklahoma State University-bred wheat varieties that ultimately graduate from experimental lines to commercial products. 

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Welcome to DASNR!

Dr. Thomas Coon, Vice President, Dean and Director, Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, gives a brief welcome to new students, staff and faculty and an explanation of the DASNR Triangle.

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