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Extension agricultural programs are focused on farms and ranches with concern for environmental stewardship, consumer health and farm safety. The program builds public awareness of the economic, social and environmental benefits of agriculture. Subject matter is based on research.
Educational programs are provided in livestock and dairy management, pasture and grazing management, food safety, and environmental stewardship.
There are 19,600 head of beef cattle in Coos County and breeding cows make up 10,000 of this number. The 10,000 head of sheep in the county include 6,400 breeding ewes. More than 88,000 acres of hill land are used for grazing cattle and sheep; over half of this is improved to some extent.
- Calf Track - step-by-step calf care instructions
- 2010 Beef Research Report
- Beef Grazing Management of Improved Pastures
- Estimated Value of Cranberries as a Livestock Feed
- Selenium Fertilization on Southwestern Oregon Pastures
- Fertilizing Early with Nitrogen for Increased Pasture Growth "T-Sum 200"
- Guide to Pasture & Grazing Management for Southwest Oregon
- OSU Agriculture Program
- OSU Beef Extension
- OSU Sheep Extension
- OSU Swine Extension
- Oregon Small Farms
- Video market data for calves and yearlings confirms price discounts for Western cattle