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 a wheat update from David Marburger.
SUNUP learns from Harper County ranchers, what it takes to rebuild when fire has taken most of their livelihood.
SUNUP gets an update from Josh Lofton on the canola crop and how much of it was impacted by winterkill.
Tom Royer shows producers insects to look for in wheat and canola fields.
SUNUP learns how wheat researchers gather information about first hollow stem and we get an update on the crop from David Marburger.
SUNUP revisits a story with Brian Arnall explaining a little scientific method that can help a grower's bottom line.
SUNUP learns from Kelly Seuhs about the potential impact of alfalfa weevils on Oklahoma’s alfalfa crop.
Damona Doye shares farm management resources for producers needing help streamlining their finances
Irrigation Conference March 1, 2017, in Altus Oklahoma.
SUNUP travels to Noble County to see how a Smithsonian exhibit is highlighting the way they work.
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.