It's National Protein Day, and FAPC knows a thing or two about the importance of protein in the diet. Retweet if you knew FAPC had a pilot plant where we process cattle, hogs, sheep and goats. pic.twitter.com/SdMOKxYEGv
— Okstate Food and Ag Products (@okstatefapc) February 27, 2021
Only you can prevent food poisoning. pic.twitter.com/X3DqgC7di2
— Okstate Food and Ag Products (@okstatefapc) February 25, 2021
2021 is a year of jerky! Check out these interesting takes on jerky: https://t.co/ghLtddMXM7
— Okstate Food and Ag Products (@okstatefapc) March 2, 2021
Last year, FAPC partnered with the Oklahoma Small Business Development Centers to help support the food industry. Learn more about this partnership in our annual report: https://t.co/RMAueqrqGJ
— Okstate Food and Ag Products (@okstatefapc) March 3, 2021
To celebrate Food File Friday, we're highlighting this episode, where host Darren Scott talks with Ashley Sutterfield, CEO of Metzger & Roth, about how food entrepreneurs can successfully find and work with co-packers.https://t.co/VNZ9n20qIC
— Okstate Food and Ag Products (@okstatefapc) March 5, 2021
Forget picking up chicks, the FAPC team says you should be checking out CHICKPEAS. Learn more about the benefits of this vegetable: https://t.co/fIM1V43QnW
— Okstate Food and Ag Products (@okstatefapc) February 23, 2021
We’ve partnered with @AgCareers to bring you the All Ag and Food Major Virtual Career Fair on February 2. Visit virtually with ag and food employers throughout the U.S.
— OSU Ferguson College of Agriculture (@okstateferguson) January 31, 2021
— OSU AgEcon (@OSUAgEcon) November 20, 2020
What will these cold temperatures do to the wheat crop? https://t.co/FhSyIEdiPH
— OSU Small Grains (@OSU_smallgrains) February 11, 2021
First hollow stem update https://t.co/jPlfotRvDU
— OSU Small Grains (@OSU_smallgrains) February 10, 2021
"Oklahoma wheat ‘ugly’ but weathers recent freezing rain fine"https://t.co/mEMqJrPpcU
— OSU Small Grains (@OSU_smallgrains) November 13, 2020
We got 8 breeder blocks planted today, from about 3/4 of an acre to 3 acres each. 8 drill cleanings today, means 8 combine cleanings in June. The 12 lbs of exp seed in this pic. maybe the next big #Wheat variety released in a couple years from @osuwit pic.twitter.com/LgmehXSDhF
— Jeff Wright (@OSU_OKFoundSeed) November 19, 2020
Not even a century of plant breeding and yield improvement could distinguish a modern household #wheat variety in the Great Plains from its heirloom ancestor, when compared for standard measures of gut inflammation. #glutenhttps://t.co/l2Na2lN7FS
— Brett Carver (@osuwit) December 19, 2019
— Josh Lofton (@OSU_oilseeds) August 24, 2020
Got the first timing treatment harvested in @catlin_cayden’s harvest aid application timing trial today. Looking into the success of boll opening and leaf drop at various crop conditions. @OSUAgEngr https://t.co/jI6UDGec0L
— Seth Byrd (@OKStateCotton) October 2, 2020
— Farm Press (@farmpress) May 7, 2020
— Misha Manuchehri (@OSUWeedScience) September 21, 2020
— Department of Plant & Soil Sciences (@OSUplantsoilsci) May 19, 2020
— Department of Plant & Soil Sciences (@OSUplantsoilsci) May 14, 2020
Research shows snacking plays an important role in meeting kids' daily nutrient needs. With March being National Nutrition Month, it's a great time to refine a plan and involve kids in preparing their own snacks.
For snack ideas + additional info ⬇️ https://t.co/1hZuN1KNVy
— OSU DASNR (@okstate_ag) March 5, 2021
Providing students with research opportunities has been a decades-long emphasis of @okstateferguson.
Read more about the vital role students' work plays in @okstate ag research projects and in growing STEM fields.
— OSU DASNR (@okstate_ag) March 3, 2021
March is here, which means it's a great time to start prepping and planning garden beds and getting those cool-season crops in the ground.
Check out our Oklahoma garden planning guide for pointers on growing high quality, fresh vegetables!
— OSU DASNR (@okstate_ag) March 2, 2021
Eleven @okstate students are preparing to lead community-engaged research in rural communities in Harmon and Tillman counties this summer, a key component of OSU’s Rural Renewal Initiative. https://t.co/YjRX8stQdU
— OSU DASNR (@okstate_ag) February 24, 2021
“Cold weather robs production, but the overall effect shows up more as increased costs to cattle operations, feedlots and processors than prices at the grocery store.” – Derrell Peel, @okstate Extension livestock marketing specialist. #okwx #DeepFreeze2021 https://t.co/4f9jQYQBQN
— OSU DASNR (@okstate_ag) February 20, 2021
“Sheep are most comfortable at temperatures between 45-70 degrees. It doesn’t have to be an arctic blast to negatively affect lambs.” – Dr. Barry Whitworth, @okstate Extension veterinarian. #okwx #DeepFreeze2021 https://t.co/zlvoaGmQH8
— OSU DASNR (@okstate_ag) February 17, 2021
Cattle producers need to follow recommended livestock-care checklists to mitigate significant dangers that arctic blasts bring to animal health and production. #okwx #DeepFreeze2021 https://t.co/zdQjUfFV80
— OSU DASNR (@okstate_ag) February 16, 2021
— OSU DASNR (@okstate_ag) February 15, 2021
“Using small portable generators during #okwx can also be dangerous. Those engines need to stay outside of your home and even your garage and should be carefully refueled.” – Scott Frazier, @okstate Extension energy management specialist.
— OSU DASNR (@okstate_ag) February 11, 2021
— OSU DASNR (@okstate_ag) February 8, 2021
— OSU DASNR (@okstate_ag) February 6, 2021
Why should cow-calf operators have several doses of colostrum or colostrum replacer on hand? 🤔
— OSU DASNR (@okstate_ag) February 2, 2021
Researchers with @okstate's Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources have been awarded two @USDA_NIFA grants aimed at improving the sustainability of livestock producers. https://t.co/tJlhutO94D
— OSU DASNR (@okstate_ag) January 27, 2021
Looking to developing a savings plan and not sure where to start? Cindy Clampet, @okstate Extension assistant family resource management specialist, has put together some tips to get your personal finances in order. https://t.co/JPPfQnwuYC
— OSU DASNR (@okstate_ag) January 27, 2021
With gardening season slowing down into the winter months, many people are eager to get back outdoors.
Starting seeds indoors not only provides a jumpstart on spring, it also is a relatively inexpensive way to grow a wider variety of plants. https://t.co/gxtLrcMYLg
— OSU DASNR (@okstate_ag) January 23, 2021
Congratulations, Sonya! 🎉🏅🎉 @okstate Extension named Pottawatomie County Family and Consumer Sciences and 4-H Educator Sonya McDaniel its 2021 Distinguished Educator Award recipient.https://t.co/QaD80T1YzV
— OSU DASNR (@okstate_ag) January 21, 2021
“Learning is a life-long process beyond reading, writing and arithmetic classes in school. It also includes money management skills.” – Cindy Clampet, @okstate Extension assistant family resource management specialist. https://t.co/EnT2To749I
— OSU DASNR (@okstate_ag) January 13, 2021
Ranchers have been reaping the benefits of feed cost and overall animal wellbeing by having cover crops available as forage resources heading into winter. Cover crops are not a viable option for every livestock operator.@okstate Extension can help! https://t.co/q2id5JXYRh
— OSU DASNR (@okstate_ag) January 5, 2021
Studies have shown Bovine Respiratory Disease (BRD) generates an estimated $800 – $900 million annually in economic losses from death, reduced feed efficiency and veterinary treatment costs within the U.S. cattle industry. https://t.co/k7qhYuW4kQ
— OSU DASNR (@okstate_ag) January 1, 2021
— OSU DASNR (@okstate_ag) December 23, 2020
The ice storm in October broke many tree limbs. While large limbs do need to be taken care of, consider building a small brush pile that will shelter birds from bad weather and predators. #okwx https://t.co/NyVIDVwoTp
— OSU DASNR (@okstate_ag) December 9, 2020
“Keep a watchful eye out and provide sufficient amounts of hay if adequate grazing resources are not available, thereby reducing the likelihood of cattle wanting to eat oak leaves or acorns.” – Dave Lalman, @okstate Extension beef cattle specialist. https://t.co/FtQU0vBfRx
— OSU DASNR (@okstate_ag) December 6, 2020
”We need to be able to limit it because undoubtedly, we will have significant interruptions in our supply chain here in the United States. Our export markets will undoubtedly cut us off.” – Rosslyn Biggs @okstate extension beef specialist.
— OSU DASNR (@okstate_ag) December 2, 2020
During these difficult times, @okstate Extension is working hard to help Oklahomans.
Our county offices may be closed, but you can reach us through phone calls, email and online.
— OSU DASNR (@okstate_ag) May 1, 2020
IEM is about solving real-world problems in real-time, and we are passionate about giving our students the opportunity to do just that! Dr. Sunderesh Heragu (@sheragu) participated in the analysis of a drive-through vaccination clinic!https://t.co/oRXtx1xKzY pic.twitter.com/doJdP0NFd3
— Oklahoma State Industrial Engineering & Management (@OkStateIEM) January 8, 2021
Myth: I won't need to wear a mask after I get vaccinated for COVID-19.
Fact: Once you get the COVID-19 vaccine, you still need to keep your mask on, and stat at least 6 feet from people outside your household, until further notice. #CowboysVaxUp pic.twitter.com/QAuR12mXxS
— OSU Medicine (@OSUMedicine) February 26, 2021
Dr. Holly Woodward Ballard, associate prof of anatomy and paleontology, was a keynote speaker at the Natural History Museum of Utah Polar Dinofest. She did a live Q&A session talking to science enthusiasts about histology, polar dinosaurs & the T. rex. https://t.co/WdenNwINMU
— OSU Medicine (@OSUMedicine) March 7, 2021
— OSU Medicine (@OSUMedicine) March 3, 2021
“Building a new veterans hospital in Tulsa is more than a construction project to me, it’s a mission, a passion and a debt we must repay to these men and women who gave their youth, their vitality and their best to our country." – Dr. Kayse Shrum https://t.co/HwjwS5h4kP
— OSU Medicine (@OSUMedicine) January 26, 2021
New #COVID19 cases are down across the state, but the share of active cases in rural Oklahoma is slowly creeping back up.
~41% of all active cases are in rural counties, highest since early October 2020.
— OSU Rural Health (@osururalhealth) March 5, 2021
— OSU Rural Health (@osururalhealth) March 5, 2021
Known for his activism in the fight for racial equality, J.B. Stradford was a prominent resident in the Historic Greenwood District who defended the area during the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.#BlackHistoryMonth | @Greenwood1922https://t.co/fsjDQqH4fV
— OSU-Tulsa (@osutulsa) February 22, 2021
Craig Mauldin credits Oklahoma State with teaching him how to become a successful petroleum geologist – a career he worked in for 18 years – but he also learned lessons that weren’t included in his lectures.https://t.co/o5S1IWFUh9
— OKState College of Arts and Sciences (@OkstateCAS) February 28, 2021
— OKState College of Arts and Sciences (@OkstateCAS) January 28, 2021
— OKState College of Arts and Sciences (@OkstateCAS) February 24, 2020
Construction on the new @okstateferguson world-class agricultural facility is scheduled to begin this spring.
The facility will include innovative and flexible teaching and research labs, dynamic classrooms and space for students and faculty to interact.https://t.co/wT5e8JNNMe
— Oklahoma State Univ. (@okstate) January 30, 2021
— Oklahoma State Univ. (@okstate) January 20, 2021
Pfizer Vice President and Chief Scientific Officer of Viral Vaccines Dr. Philip Dormitzer spoke during OSU’s inaugural INTERACT Eminent Speaker Series, verifying that the vaccine protects against #covid19 variants.
— Oklahoma State Univ. (@okstate) March 7, 2021
As we prepare to mark the Tulsa Race Massacre centennial, many questions remain unanswered.
On this #InsideOSU podcast, #okstate assistant history professor Dr. Brandy Thomas Wells discusses the rise and fall of America's #BlackWallStreet. 📲 https://t.co/Y0bZzt4DLi pic.twitter.com/WmAf2uqxFM
— Oklahoma State Univ. (@okstate) March 5, 2021
📲 What you need to know about online dating
On this episode of #InsideOSU, listen to some great tips about online dating safety and the interesting history behind online dating.
— Oklahoma State Univ. (@okstate) February 24, 2021
While the term "herd immunity" is commonplace in the medical field, chances are these words rarely graced the dinner table prior to 2020.
— Oklahoma State Univ. (@okstate) February 18, 2021
Face masks are still required on campus, even if you've received the vaccine or recovered from #COVID19.
All OSU students, staff, faculty and visitors must wear a face covering in campus buildings and when social distancing is not possible.
— Oklahoma State Univ. (@okstate) February 3, 2021
#okstate has been recognized for its environmental responsibility as the only college in Oklahoma named to @ThePrincetonRev's 2021 Green Colleges list.https://t.co/q8iydlNsOF pic.twitter.com/grXuLFGuUC
— Oklahoma State Univ. (@okstate) January 24, 2021
We celebrate the teachers across our country who have adapted to new methods of teaching during #COVID19.
— Oklahoma State Univ. (@okstate) January 13, 2021
#okstate is reaching teachers around the world! 🌎👩🏫
Faculty in @okstate_ehs are connecting with teachers in Thailand and Nepal through two outreach programs. The programs are laying the foundation for future international partnerships and opportunities.https://t.co/rMiQOZ2HRD
— Oklahoma State Univ. (@okstate) January 10, 2021
Is a healthier lifestyle one of your New Year's resolutions? On this #InsideOSU podcast, @OSUWELL Employee Wellness Coordinator Scarlett Ruppert shares tips for you to achieve your health and wellness goals.
— Oklahoma State Univ. (@okstate) January 5, 2021
Racing Toward a Cure 🏃♀️🔬@OKCMarathon winner and #okstate alumna Dr. McKale Montgomery researches cancer cells’ response to nutrients like iron, an interest she developed while training for the marathon trials for the U.S. Olympic team.
— Oklahoma State Univ. (@okstate) January 3, 2021
A new veterans hospital is coming to #Tulsa!
— Oklahoma State Univ. (@okstate) December 28, 2020
— OSU Cowboy Wrestling (@CowboyWrestling) January 9, 2021
Proud to see Addie Kline earning her @okstate degree in animal science/business with a minor in ag economics and agribusiness! Best of luck to Addie as she heads to @SDState for grad school and to continue her soccer career! pic.twitter.com/uqGIXE5HWT
— OSU Cowgirl Soccer (@CowgirlFC) May 10, 2019
— Avery Anderson Fan Account (@OSUMBB) February 23, 2021
The ninth episode of the Oklahoma City University Esports Playmakers premiered last evening! Oklahoma City University Esports Coach Paul Vaughan talks with Chad Ford, President of Equinox Esports. Check it out! https://t.co/O5r2RHZt20
— Oklahoma City Univ. (@OKCU) March 6, 2021
With as many as 50 shows and productions each year, all of our theatre and music students have the opportunity to gain invaluable performance experience. To learn more about performing arts degrees at OCU, click here: https://t.co/RxQVn3qsuT pic.twitter.com/tt1j8Kw37E
— Oklahoma City Univ. (@OKCU) February 23, 2021
OCU added a computer science program in 1981 as computers became an important part of business and society. Students could add computer emphasis to their degree programs. This image shows one of the first computers on campus. pic.twitter.com/ODF49e3h7Z
— Oklahoma City Univ. (@OKCU) February 20, 2021
Travel Oklahoma featured Leona Mitchell (BM ’71, HDM ’79) on its Music Trail, an initiative that highlights successful Oklahoman musicians. https://t.co/JyKr11priY
— Oklahoma City Univ. (@OKCU) February 14, 2021
Matt Redmond (BFA Acting ’16) joined the New York Theatre Barn board of directors. Congratulations, Matt! https://t.co/TyXq3z1oyQ
— Oklahoma City Univ. (@OKCU) February 12, 2021
Sleepless in Altus, this retired architect got a nudge one night on how to help the needy through his unique talents. Featuring OCU's Morgan Young!https://t.co/zmbHlVtGtm
— Oklahoma City Univ. (@OKCU) February 10, 2021
Jay Wadley (BM Composition ’05) shared his experience composing the score for Charlie Kaufman’s Netflix original, “I’m Thinking of Ending Things.”https://t.co/Z5R6ZVkITo
— Oklahoma City Univ. (@OKCU) February 9, 2021
.@OCULAW has been working to conserve and protect two large Olinka Hrdy murals located in the historic Central High School building in downtown Oklahoma City. Read more about Hrdy here https://t.co/dI7djLlrih
Images: The Oklahoma City Foundation for Architecture pic.twitter.com/RPlynuVSET
— Oklahoma City Univ. (@OKCU) February 9, 2021
In January of 1970, Dr. Dolphus Whitten was named president of OCU. He was the first president to take up residence in the Wilson House. He served as president until 1978, when he transitioned to the role of chancellor. #OklahomaHistory pic.twitter.com/7V6k3HZ5d0
— Oklahoma City Univ. (@OKCU) February 6, 2021
The sixth episode of the Oklahoma City University Esports Playmakers series has dropped. Oklahoma City University Esports Coach Paul Vaughan talks with Ben Feferman, the CEO of Amuka Esports. Check it out!https://t.co/vXCW0cexmP
— Oklahoma City Univ. (@OKCU) February 5, 2021
OCU’s Nonprofit Leadership program has partnered with The Right Horse Initiative, a program of the @ASPCA. The partnership will help promote equine welfare across the country.
Read More: https://t.co/J37nRWYGyD
— Oklahoma City Univ. (@OKCU) January 31, 2021
🚨 ALERT: Talbi of @OKCU broke the #NAIATrack Indoor men’s championship meet record in the 5000-meters with a time of 13:44.13. Previous record was set by Misoi of Life (Ga.) with a time of 13:52.15 in 1999!#PlayNAIA pic.twitter.com/mOfPbgd9Jj
— NAIA (@NAIA) March 6, 2021
— Petree College (@PetreeCollege) February 16, 2021
The second episode of @OCUMassComm's Star Beat podcast is now available! Episode two features a conversation with @OKCU SGA President Reid Powell. Check it out! https://t.co/TWuur6zFwB pic.twitter.com/cuge46YsP9
— Petree College (@PetreeCollege) February 1, 2021
IU Professor of English and Jewish Studies Alvin H. Rosenfeld is set to give three virtual presentations this week for @OKCU’s Wimberly School of Religion.
— The College at IU (@IUCollege) February 8, 2021