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In 1895, on land provided by James J. Hill , the Northwest Experiment Station was founded to maximize the agricultural potential of the Red River Valley. Through many changes in the business of farming, the experimental farm continued to provide data on the most effective and efficient crops, livestock, and farming methods in the fertile land around Crookston. The facility was renamed Northwest Research and Outreach Center in 1999.

Since its inception, the station has tested, researched, and provided valuable insight into the farming practices of the Red River Valley. The area’s potential was seen from the beginning, with former superintendent Conrad Selvig noting, “What a heritage. Do you know the potent powers of this soil and the wonders it can perform?”

Less than twenty years after the incorporation of Crookston, the plentiful agricultural opportunities in the Red River Valley were already known around the state. Even Great Northern Railway magnate James J. Hill saw that the Crookston area held promise for farmers, with the right amount of research and experimentation. In the late 1890s, Hill donated 476.61 acres of land two miles north of Crookston to the state, with the provision that it be used for agricultural research and education.

An agricultural experiment station ( AES ) is a scientific research center that investigates difficulties and potential improvements to food production and agribusiness . Experiment station scientists work with farmers , ranchers , suppliers , processors , and others involved in food production and agriculture .

Station scientists study biological, economic, and social problems of food and agriculture and related industries in each state. They investigate such areas as crop variations , soil testing , livestock , processing and animal technology , and other advanced technology in food and agriculture. They also work with specialists called extension agents . These specialists help inform famers about developments in agriculture. Most agricultural experiment station scientists are faculty members of the land-grant universities.

In Canada , about 50 per cent (1988) of the experiment stations are controlled by the Canadian government. The Central Experimental Farm in Ottawa is the headquarters of the federal system. Private industries, universities, and agricultural colleges control the remainder of the stations. Each province has a number of provincial stations. [ citation needed ] The University of Saskatchewan has extensive agricultural experimental land.

In 1895, on land provided by James J. Hill , the Northwest Experiment Station was founded to maximize the agricultural potential of the Red River Valley. Through many changes in the business of farming, the experimental farm continued to provide data on the most effective and efficient crops, livestock, and farming methods in the fertile land around Crookston. The facility was renamed Northwest Research and Outreach Center in 1999.

Since its inception, the station has tested, researched, and provided valuable insight into the farming practices of the Red River Valley. The area’s potential was seen from the beginning, with former superintendent Conrad Selvig noting, “What a heritage. Do you know the potent powers of this soil and the wonders it can perform?”

Less than twenty years after the incorporation of Crookston, the plentiful agricultural opportunities in the Red River Valley were already known around the state. Even Great Northern Railway magnate James J. Hill saw that the Crookston area held promise for farmers, with the right amount of research and experimentation. In the late 1890s, Hill donated 476.61 acres of land two miles north of Crookston to the state, with the provision that it be used for agricultural research and education.

In 1895, on land provided by James J. Hill , the Northwest Experiment Station was founded to maximize the agricultural potential of the Red River Valley. Through many changes in the business of farming, the experimental farm continued to provide data on the most effective and efficient crops, livestock, and farming methods in the fertile land around Crookston. The facility was renamed Northwest Research and Outreach Center in 1999.

Since its inception, the station has tested, researched, and provided valuable insight into the farming practices of the Red River Valley. The area’s potential was seen from the beginning, with former superintendent Conrad Selvig noting, “What a heritage. Do you know the potent powers of this soil and the wonders it can perform?”

Less than twenty years after the incorporation of Crookston, the plentiful agricultural opportunities in the Red River Valley were already known around the state. Even Great Northern Railway magnate James J. Hill saw that the Crookston area held promise for farmers, with the right amount of research and experimentation. In the late 1890s, Hill donated 476.61 acres of land two miles north of Crookston to the state, with the provision that it be used for agricultural research and education.

An agricultural experiment station ( AES ) is a scientific research center that investigates difficulties and potential improvements to food production and agribusiness . Experiment station scientists work with farmers , ranchers , suppliers , processors , and others involved in food production and agriculture .

Station scientists study biological, economic, and social problems of food and agriculture and related industries in each state. They investigate such areas as crop variations , soil testing , livestock , processing and animal technology , and other advanced technology in food and agriculture. They also work with specialists called extension agents . These specialists help inform famers about developments in agriculture. Most agricultural experiment station scientists are faculty members of the land-grant universities.

In Canada , about 50 per cent (1988) of the experiment stations are controlled by the Canadian government. The Central Experimental Farm in Ottawa is the headquarters of the federal system. Private industries, universities, and agricultural colleges control the remainder of the stations. Each province has a number of provincial stations. [ citation needed ] The University of Saskatchewan has extensive agricultural experimental land.

Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station 
139 Agricultural Hall
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK 74078

The Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station (OAES) conducts research on agriculture, natural resources, rural economies and social issues to address the needs of Oklahomans. 

Our research is a collaborative effort between farmers and ranchers, agriculture commodity groups, industry, state agencies, and federal competitive grants. OAES research expenditures account for more than $50 million annually and directly support Oklahoma’s agricultural industry. 


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