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Grass tetany is related to mineral imbalances in cattle and if not prevented can lead to sickness and death. “This is the time of year to begin proper management to reduce grass tetany … more
JOHNSON COUNTY — Missouri Farm Bureau and county Farm Bureaus across the state are joining forces to celebrate the importance of agriculture from Sunday, Feb. 28 to March 6, during Celebrate … more
University of Missouri Extension Regional Livestock Field Specialist Patrick Davis says the time for frost-seed clovers and lespedeza is now. “They grow well with cool season grasses in … more
University of Missouri Extension has begun accepting applications from farms to be recognized as 2021 Century Farms. “Amidst every kitchen, behind every faded barn door and in every soiled … more
Barton County University of Missouri Extension Center and Council is providing an MU Extension workshop discussing Missouri’s complicated fence law from 6:30 to 9 p.m. March 8 at the Barton … more
The Missouri Department of Agriculture is now accepting proposals for anticipated funding through the Specialty Crop Block Grant Program.  Interested individuals, community organizations and … more
Many livestock producers know of the animal production issues associated with toxic Kentucky 31 (KY-31) tall fescue.  The endophyte fungus that grows between infected plant cells produces … more
KINGSVILLE ━ The Missouri Cattlemen's Association presented Rick Anstine of Kingsville with its "Pioneer Award" at its 53rd Annual Missouri Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show on Jan. … more
University of Missouri Extension, the Missouri Small Business Development Center for Agriculture, Food and Forestry and NRCS+MU Grasslands Project are working together to provide a two-night online … more
The Missouri Cattlemen's Association recognized Rick Anstine, of Kingsville, and Leon Kleeman, of Miller, with its "Pioneer Award" at its 53rd Annual Missouri Cattle Industry Convention and Trade … more
Agricultural commodity producers who need to obtain or renew a private pesticide applicator license can attend a training session provided through the University of Missouri Extension.  This … more
Frost seeding, sometimes referred to as overseeding, establishes legumes in existing grass pastures.  Legumes are broadcast on grass pastures in late winter or very early spring when the … more
STOCKTON ━ “Bull management outside of the breeding season prepares the bull for success in the next breeding season,” MU Extension Regional Livestock Field Specialist Patrick Davis … more
Three Johnson County 4-H members earned the Outstanding County Dairy Goat award at the 2020 Missouri State Fair. more
Johnson County 4-H recognized outstanding 4-H members and volunteers during its annual 4-H Recognition Banquet Oct. 19 at the Johnson County Fairgrounds. The following youth were recognized for … more
WARRENSBURG — Every year, National 4-H Week sees millions of youth, parents, volunteers and alumni come together to celebrate the many youth development opportunities offered by 4-H. The 2020 … more
SEDALIA — Riley Edmunds of Warrensburg had her “How to Prepare a Dairy Goat For Show” Poster selected as one of fifty exhibits for a Best of Show award in 4-H Building at the Missouri State … more
WARRENSBURG — Rebekah Papasifakis of Warrensburg was selected as a West Central Regional Representative to the Missouri State 4-H Council and was selected to represent Missouri at the 2021 National … more
HERMITAGE — Winter wheat has always been a major part of the overall farming operation on Missouri farms. Growing a high yielding and profitable crop will require planning on the part of the … more
SEDALIA — Within a few weeks, many beef producers will be weaning spring born calves. They will need to make the decision whether to sell the calves at weaning, sell 45 to 60 days after weaning, … more
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