The University of Missouri Extension is offering “Town Hall” meetings for producers in various areas of agriculture.
HARRISONVILLE — The University of Missouri Extension in Cass County is offering an eight session “Parenting the Second Time Around (PASTA)” webinar series beginning April 20 online via Zoom.
HARRISONVILLE — The University of Missouri Extension is offering an eight-session “Boost Your Brain & Memory: Brain Fitness Class” beginning April 13 online via an application called Zoom.
STOCKTON — Patrick Davis, MU Extension livestock field specialist, recommends shortening the breeding season for cattle as this leads to improved herd value and profit potential.
As COVID-19 continues to spread, many farm families and agribusinesses are working to navigate the crisis and manage their operations the best they can.
COLUMBIA — In light of the COVID-19 situation, the Missouri Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency approved two alternative methods for completing Private Pesticide Applicator Training (PPAT).
Preparations are being made for the upcoming breeding season and Patrick Davis, MU Extension regional livestock field specialist, urges cattle producers to make sure replacement heifers are ready for the breeding season.
JEFFERSON CITY – In Wednesday's, March 25, press briefing, Gov. Mike Parson assured Missourian’s that the state’s food supply remains strong and emphasized the important role of the food and agriculture industry in Missouri’s COVID-19 response efforts.
STOCKTON — “Whether cattle producers keep calves for 60 days after weaning prior to sale or graze the calves as stockers prior to feedlot entry, cheap gain is key to operation profitability,” Patrick Davis, University of Missouri Extension regional livestock specialist, said.
STOCKTON — MU Extension announced it has decided to change the MU Extension Regional Hay School scheduled for the evenings of March 31, April 2 and April 7 to an online format as it monitors the ongoing national response to the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
STOCKTON — MU Extension announced it has changed the Sheep and Goat Workshop scheduled for April 9 in Stockton, Missouri, to an online format as it monitors the ongoing national response to the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
The University of Missouri Extension will host Ag Entrepreneurs: Resources for Success on April 1 at Centennial Hall at the Vernon County Fairgrounds.
This year’s Annual Hickory County Agricultural Conference will take place March 26 at the McCarty Senior Center in Wheatland, Missouri.