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Oklahoma CVM Ranch Bringing Miracles to Life

The OSU College of Veterinary Medicine Ranch has been bringing miracles to life for more than 25 years. Services include TVAs, embryo transfer, artificial insemination, and twin pregnancy management.

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IN THE NEWS: OSU Center For Veterinary Health Sciences Making Prosthetic Legs For Support Dog

Doctors at the Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health Sciences are working to create prosthetic legs for Roo, an emotional support dog from Ranch Hand Rescue in Argyle, TX. …

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Food Safety Begins on the Farm

Producing safe, healthy and nutritious food products begins on the farm.

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SUNUP: NW Oklahoma Wildfire Recovery

We learn from Harper County ranchers what it takes to rebuild when fire has taken most of their livelihood.

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Cow-Calf Corner: Udder Soundness

Glenn Selk has advice on udder soundness for beef producers that are selecting heifers to retain.

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SUNUP: Becoming a Cow Dog

Kurtis Hair travels to Seminole County, to learn what it takes to train dogs to use their natural herding instincts with livestock.

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Cow-Calf Corner: Record Keeping for Twin Calves

Glenn Selk looks at why record keeping is important when twins are born.

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Cow-Calf Corner: Enough Bull?

Glenn Selk looks at how many bulls are enough for a herd, in Cow-Calf Corner.

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Cow-Calf Corner: High Protein for Young Heifers

Does changing a heifer’s location impact its breeding cycle? Glenn Selk explains, in Cow-Calf Corner.

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SUNUP: Planning for a Family Farm Transition

Shannon Ferrell explains how families can successfully transition farms from one generation to the next.

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SUNUP: Wheat Pasture Research Update and Bloat Prevention

Gerald Horn updates the ongoing cattle grazing research at the Wheat Pasture Research Unit near Marshall.

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SUNUP: First Hollow Stem Advisor

J.D. Carlson explains the benefits of using the Mesonet’s First Hollow Stem Advisor when planning to remove cattle from wheat pasture.

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Cow-Calf Corner: Repeatability of Calving Difficulties

Glenn Selk has advice on culling cows that have difficulty calving.

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SUNUP: Grass Tetany

Dave Lalman has advice for cattle producers who may be dealing with grass tetany in the coming weeks.

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Cow-Calf Corner: Passive Immunity

Glenn Selk explains why passive immunity is important in the first 24 hours of a calf’s life.

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Cow-Calf Corner: Calculating the Body Score

Glenn Selk shows us how to calculate the body condition score of cattle.

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