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NEVADA — Alfalfa 101: Establishing a Stand, Starting Production, Harvesting, Feeding and Economics will be offered online via Zoom. The workshop, from 4 to 8:30 p.m. on June 2, will give … more
STOCKTON — “Hay harvest management will influence supplementation needs for cattle next hay feeding season,” Patrick Davis, MU Extension regional livestock field specialist, said. Davis … more
The Johnson County Extension Master Gardeners resumed the Hot Line Answer Desk the week of May 11. At this time, horticulture questions including lawn and garden questions can be emailed to … more
HERMITAGE — Curly dock is a broadleaf, single erect upright stocked, perennial springtime plant which can grow as tall as 5 to 6 feet. It is primarily a weed found in pastures and hayfields as … more
STOCKTON — “Calf processing prior to sale that reduces work for the buyer after sale potentially makes that calf more valuable at sale time,” Patrick Davis, MU Extension regional livestock … more
The Healthy Yards for Clear Streams course is now open for registration. Healthy Yards for Clear Streams is designed to help attendees be environmentally responsible with lawn and landscape … more
Whereas many have taken time off from work and learned a new skill or figured out how to do things differently during the stay at home order, farmers have been busy growing food and raising livestock … more
Whereas many have taken time off from work and learned a new skill or figured out how to do things differently during the stay at home order, farmers have been busy growing food and raising livestock … more
COLUMBIA — University of Missouri Extension and its partners recently released a Together We Can toolkit to help rural Missourians access mental health resources. “This presents the resources … more
COLUMBIA — University of Missouri Extension agricultural engineers and economists recently released emergency mortality management recommendations to help producers forced to depopulate swine … more
STOCKTON — The spring time of the year is when cattle are spending time in wet, muddy places which can increase the incidence of foot rot. “Foot rot can lead to cattle lameness resulting in … more
MU Extension will host a Home Gardening Webinar Series from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Wednesdays from May 5 to June 23 via Zoom. This is a webinar series that provides research based horticulture … more
STOCKTON — “Grass is greening up and cattle are being turned out to pasture,” Patrick Davis, MU Extension regional livestock field specialist, said. Grass is the cheapest feed resource, so … more
Although the majority of COVID-19 cases reported by the Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services (DHSS) are in the St. Louis and Kansas City metro areas, rural Missouri plays a vital role … more
Although the majority of COVID-19 cases reported by the Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services (DHSS) are in the St. Louis and Kansas City metro areas, rural Missouri plays a vital role … more
SEDALIA — In spite of pandemic interruptions, some things in agriculture need to happen in sort of a clockwork fashion and breeding season for spring calving cows is one of those annual … more
STOCKTON — "Proper identification is key to management of cattle for optimum production and profitability,” MU Extension Regional Livestock Field Specialist Patrick Davis said. Identification … more
STOCKTON — “Weaning time will be upon us soon and proper management at this time is important for optimum health and performance of the calves,” MU Extension Regional Livestock Field … more
JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri FFA Association will honor fellow members for outstanding achievements from April 20 through 24 utilizing video releases accessible through social media and … more
STOCKTON — The University of Missouri Extension will host a pasture and forage management workshop online on April 30. Weeds invade pastures and reduce the available acres for cattle to … more
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