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OSU Field Day Events Deliver Research Directly to Oklahomans
Oklahoma State University Ag Research and OSU Extension are strengthening their ties to each other and communities statewide by broadening the scope of field days. The educational events are open to the public and designed for all Oklahomans.

“There is an interconnectivity between ag research and Extension, and we want to build on that interconnectivity,” said Scott Senseman, associate vice president of OSU Ag Research. “Our field days programming highlights OSU’s land-grant mission by bringing Extension and research together.”

Chris Richards, director of the Field and Research Service Unit, said OSU Agriculture uses field days at its experiment stations to showcase targeted developmental and applied research conducted across the state.

“The work we are doing in all our locations is often designed for specific application to the livelihoods of people living and working in those regional areas,” Richards said. “These events give us opportunities to showcase agricultural methods and products that have stemmed from our research, so people can apply it to their own homes and businesses.”

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