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From the editor
Through the support and dedication of individuals such as A.C. Magruder, the first professor of agriculture at Oklahoma A&M College, the developement of the land -grant concept forever changed the future of agriculture.
Since its inception on December 25, 1890, as Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, Oklahoma State University has contiued a strong tradition in agriculture research and development.
As the new generation of agriculture and as agricultural communicators, it is our responsiblity to share with the world the new visions of agriculture.
The Cowboy Journal is our new vision of agriculture at Oklahoma State University. It is produced by agricultural communications seniors and focuses on the research, innovative ideas and accomplishments of the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.
After many hours of hard work and dedication by the Cowboy Journal staff, we are proud to present to you this inaugural issue- a new vision for agriculture.
Cowboy Journal is provided for online viewing by the Department of Agricultural Education, Communications, and 4-H Youth Development, Division of Agricultural Science and Natural Resources at Oklahoma State University.