After 4,941 shows, we are phasing out the Ag First radio program series as Sam Knipp takes early retirement from the microphone. In his last show, he emphasizes the importance of telling the farm story. OPEN: â€œ4,940….â€ CLOSE: â€œâ€¦for the Oklahoma Farm Bureau.â€ TIME: 1:28
He was once an outspoken critic of GMOs, but now British author and environmentalist Mark Lynas says we need GMOâ€™s to feed the world. OPEN: â€œBritish author and…â€ CLOSE: â€œ….for the Oklahoma Farm Bureau.â€ TIME: 1:57
This is the last Focus on Ag commentary as Sam Knipp takes early retirement…
Famous animal scientist Temple Grandin explains why she would like to see more emphasis on animal welfare.
Close to 1,000 Oklahoma youth learned valuable life skills during the annual youth livestock judging contest at the state fair. It was sponsored by the OKFB Young Farmers and Ranchers committee, chaired by Zac Harris, Hobart, Okla. OPEN: â€œClos to 1,000…â€ CLOSE: â€œ….for the Oklahoma Farm Bureau.â€ TIME: 1:47
Visitors to this yearâ€™s Oklahoma State Fair learned about agriculture when they visited the fictional town of Agtropolis. Local FFA chapters took care of the exhibit each day. OPEN: â€œVisitors to the …â€ CLOSE: â€œâ€¦.for the Oklahoma Farm Bureau.â€ TIME: 2:03
MBA 2.0 great opportunity for beef producers
Mark Snowden, CEO of Cimarron Rural Electric Cooperative, Kingfisher, Okla., describes a new solar garden planned for his area that will help customers tap into the renewable energy market. OPEN: â€œThe Cimarron….â€ CLOSE: â€œâ€¦for the Oklahoma Farm Bureau.â€ TIME: 2:00