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‘Godzilla’ El Niño has Oklahoma Farmers Excited But Guarded

The forecast for the fall and winter is especially important for Oklahoma’s number one crop: winter wheat.


Why Thawing Relations With Cuba Could Be A Boon To Oklahoma Wheat Farmers

The decades old embargo on trade with communist Cuba cuts U.S. goods off from what would be one of their nearest international destinations.


Closed Shipping Lanes Pose Yet Another Problem For Oklahoma’s Wheat Farmers

Slow moving storms that dumped record amounts of rain on Oklahoma in April and May killed the five-year drought, but damaged wheat crops in western Oklahoma.


Oklahoma Farmers and Ranchers Flooded With New Problems As Drought Ends

Flooding has becoming a big problem for the agriculture industry.


Record Drought Gives Oklahoma Wheat Farmers a Glimpse of the Future

Scientists turned the four-year drought into an opportunity to study what the future might be like for the state’s wheat farmers.


This Year’s Wheat Crop Could Be the Worst In Oklahoma’s History

Parts of southwest Oklahoma are in their fourth year of drought.

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