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COLUMBIA — The University of Missouri Office of Extension and Engagement has assembled a state advisory committee to support the university’s reach and mission across Missouri. Holden’s … more
“The key to using a calf creep feeding program is make sure that it is profitable,” MU Extension Livestock Field Specialist Patrick Davis said. “Calf cost of gain during the creep feeding … more
SEDALIA — To help sort out changes in ingredient price or availability, MU Extension specialists have developed the MU Beef Supplement Comparison Calculator. The MU Beef Supplement Comparison … more
JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri Department of Agriculture announced federal approval of the state’s Industrial Hemp Plan, which sets the regulatory framework through the 2021 growing season and … more
COLUMBIA — Chezney Early of Leeton placed fifth in the category of Hampshire Gilt in the MPA Youth Show Pig Circuit. Missouri junior swine exhibitors traveled to jackpot shows throughout the … more
STOCKTON — “Fall calving season will be coming soon and preparation time is here,” MU Extension Regional Livestock Field Specialist Patrick Davis said. “Heifers are the most susceptible to … more
The Johnson County Junior Livestock Carcass Contest took place the week following the Johnson County Junior Livestock sale. Animals sold by Johnson County 4–H and FFA members during the sale on … more
STOCKTON — “Forage seeding and management now will affect fall, winter and spring cattle grazing,” MU Extension Regional Livestock Field Specialist Patrick Davis said. Forage management and … more
WASHINGTON — To assist Farm Storage Facility Loan (FSFL) borrowers experiencing financial hardship from the COVID-19 pandemic and other challenges in production agriculture, USDA’s Farm Service … more
WASHINGTON — USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) announced that organic producers and handlers can apply for federal funds to assist with the cost of receiving and maintaining organic certification … more
WASHINGTON — U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced Tuesday, Aug. 11, that additional commodities are covered by the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) in response to public … more
MU Extension will offer a variety of webinar classes in its Horticulture Lunch and Learn series. Each class takes place from noon to 1 p.m. The dates and topics are: Aug. 27 — Lawn … more
JOHNSON COUNTY — Local youth competed in a variety of contests during the horse show at the Johnson County Youth Fair July 8 — 12. The results are listed as the participant, the color of … more
JOHNSON COUNTY — Local youth participated in the ham show at the Johnson County Youth Fair July 8 — 12 for the opportunity to take home ribbons. The results are listed as the participant, the … more
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Risk Management Agency announced Wednesday, Aug. 5, it will authorize Approved Insurance Providers (AIPs) to extend deadlines for premium and … more
JOHNSON COUNTY — The Johnson County Livestock Committee is the latest community group to receive funding through the West Central Electric Cooperative Round Up Foundation. “Members of the … more
STOCKTON — “Now is the time to develop a forage management plan to graze your cattle through the fall and winter,” MU Extension Regional Livestock Field Specialist Patrick Davis said. MU … more
JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri Department of Agriculture has received reports from residents of unsolicited seeds being delivered from foreign countries such as China and surrounding … more
JOHNSON COUNTY — Local youth competed for ribbons in the sheep show at the Johnson County Youth Fair July 8 — 12. The results are listed as the participant, the color of ribbon(s) received, … more
JOHNSON COUNTY — Local participants competed for awards and ribbons during the goat show at the Johnson County Youth Fair July 8 — 12. The results are listed as the participant, the color of … more
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