WFF Program * Voluntary program * Provides a uniform set of minimum requirements for hay and mulch. * Provides access to new markets. *Reduces the spread of noxious weeds. *Provides continuity between states
Foresters and other professionals are doing a good job of managing the pine-oak forest lands of southeastern Oklahoma, according to my personal observations and photographs over a period of more than 65 years.
Oklahoma. Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry--Officials and employees--Periodicals.; Affirmative action programs--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
In accordance with Merit Rule 530:10-3-33, Affirmative Action Plans, the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food, and Forestry sets forth in the following pages an Affirmative Action Plan for Division Directors and departmental supervisors to...
Oklahoma and U.S. Inventory Oklahoma's sheep producers had 75,000 head of all sheet and lambs on hand January 1, 2013, up 7 percent from last year. The 2012 lamb crop was 49,000 head, up 7 percent from the previous year.