Each week, in addition to regular standing segments, SUNUP includes several news features on timely topics.
Each week, in addition to regular standing segments, SUNUP includes several feature stories on timely topics. (Please visit SUNUP TV's YouTube channel for shows predating August 4, 2012.)
SUNUP starts with Bob Hunger explaining the importance of scouting for rust in wheat.
Dave Lalman explains why it is important to pick up all of the twine from a bale of hay.
SUNUP looks at a unique partnership that brings locally sourced meats to Oklahoma students and communities.
SUNUP starts with David Marburger explaining Oklahoma State University’s research study on dual-purpose wheat yields.
Dave Shideler explains why famers markets play an important role in the community and provides information about the upcoming Oklahoma Farmers Market and Agritourist Conference.
Brian Arnall discusses some of the new apps for farmers and ranchers.
SUNUP starts with Josh Lofton explaining why canola plants may die if planted after certain wheat varieties in no-till fields.
Dave Lalman tells us why cattle may have a sweet tooth and can benefit from some candy in their feed.
SUNUP travels to Noble County to learn why prescribed burn associations are trying to change the perception of fire in Oklahoma.
SUNUP starts with Dave Lalman explaining the basics of cattle production. It’s a good starting point for anyone wanting to build a ranching operation.
SUNUP travels to Collinsville to see how the pecan crop fared in 2016.
Brian Arnall tells us how producers can improve yields with basic experiments and record keeping.