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News Article - 12.22.2009

Lean steak could mean fat profits for local meat purveyor

In today\'s world of health-conscious cuisine, one Oklahoma City company is changing the way consumers view steak. The beef dinner tends to get a bad rap, but Chef\'s Requested Foods has introduced the first 100-calorie steak. Read more
 
News Article - 08.26.2009

Many Oklahoma crop producers, cattlemen coming out below break-even this year

In Oklahoma, traditional crops continue strongly, but livestock, such as swine and poultry, are now the second- and third-largest agriculture industries, according to the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture. Read more
 
News Article - 07.22.2010

Plasticulture program helps smaller farmers produce crops earlier and more easily

Plasticulture is what it sounds like: a mix of plastic and agriculture designed to help farmers produce crops earlier and easier. Read more
 
News Article - 01.16.2010

Six Oklahoma plant researchers win grants

Six Oklahoma plant researchers were awarded approximately $90,000 each for research by the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology. Read more
 
News Article - 09.03.2009

Governor announces Oklahoma farmers, ranchers eligible for loans

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Oklahoma Gov. Brad Henry announced Sept. 2 that the U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved all counties in the state for a federal disaster designation in the wake of extreme weather conditions in Oklahoma over the past year. Read more
 
News Article - 12.22.2009

Agriculture industry predicts modest recovery in 2010

2009 was a tough year for the livestock and crop industries in Oklahoma, but 2010 may bring the beginning of a recovery. Read more
 
News Article - 11.02.2010

Bob Funk receives award, portrait at American Royal

A portrait of Funk will hang permanently in the Hall of Honor in the American Royal\'s headquarters in Kansas City. Read more
 
Innovation - 11.25.2010

Compass briefs: Livestock Publications Council honors metro businessman

Express Ranches CEO Robert "Bob" Funk was given the Headliner Award during the Agricultural Media Summit in July in St. Paul, Minn. Read more
 
Technology - 04.25.2012

EDGE seeks applicants for 2012 class

Do you have a great idea for a science and technology project but your wallet is too thin to move forward? The Economic Development Generating Excellence policy board just might be able to help. Read more
 
Entrepreneurship - 05.30.2012

Farm to table

O-State center helps OKC businesses grow

Starting out more than 15 years ago, April Harrington was her business: no building, no plan, just a dream.

A bout with ovarian cancer had piqued her interest in organic food. But how to sustain, much less grow, a business was beyond her.

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