Dewey County Conservation District

Soil Conservation - Equipment rental

2019 Farm Bill Meetings schedule: For more information go to: www.agecon.okstate.edu/agpolicy

Register at: http://okla.st/2Q4cMAK


Meetings close to Dewey County:

Clinton

October 21-8:30 am - noon

Custer County Fairgrounds

Ron Wright (580-323-2291)


Enid

October 22, 8:30 am till noon

Garfield County Extension Office

Rick Nelson (580-237-1228)


Woodward

October 23, 2019--8:30 am  till noon

8:30 am  till noon

Woodward County Fair Grounds

Dana Bay (580-254-3391)


Schedule overview

Registration

Oklahoma USDA-FSA Farm Bill programs updates

JD Elwood, USDA-FSA, Stillwater

County FSA and NRCS Updates

County FSA and NRCS agents

Break

Market Outlook Update

Area Agriculture Economists

Overview of the KSU/OSU Farm Bill Decision Tool and Guided Scenario

Amy Hagerman, Assistant Professor , Ag and Food Policy

Flood Recovery Programs or Producer Perspective on ARC/PLC

Varies by location, please contact the local Extension office for details.


Sponsors: Farm Credit Associations of Oklahoma, USDA, Southern Extension Risk Management Education, OSU Extension




Oklahoma State Cost Share Year 21

Soil Health Initiative

                                  Application period: October 1-November 15, 2019

Sign up at your local conservation district

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Practices available: Conservation cover, conservation crop rotation, residue and tillage management-no-till, cover crop, prescribed grazing, range planting, and nutrient management

  

85% cost share

Maximum cost share per producer: $5,000


 

Dewey County Conservation District

PO Box 36, 306 S. Broadway, Taloga, OK 73667

580-328-5366

deweyccd@conservation.ok.gov


SOIL HEALTH

Things are changing in the way producers should look at their farms. The soil is a living organism, just as our bodies are.  We have no problem with feeding and drink water for us. So what about your soil on your farms.  There are three demonstations being done around the state on soll health.  They are in Dewey County, Kay County and Greer County.  We will be monitoring these sites with the assistance of NRCS. Be watching for further information to be posted as the projects progress along.

USDA Statement

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