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Feed hay first, graze stockpile later to lower toxin in both fescue forages

To reduce fescue foot, a long-used plan to feed winter hay after grazing down fall pastures should be changed. A University of Missouri Extension forage specialist says it’s backwards. Feed hay first; then graze stockpiled winter pastures.

Missouri S&T to host Blasters Training Seminar in January 2020

Missouri University of Science and Technology will host a Blasters Training Seminar Jan. 8-10, 2020 at its Experimental Mine. Missouri S&T’s Experimental Mine location will provide access to activities and demonstrations in underground workings and small-scale quarries, including magazine facilities.

Annual school audit report looks good

    During its meeting on November 25, the Cuba School Board accepted the district’s annual audit report as presented by Catlett and Associates, of St. Peters, Mo. The audit did not report any problems.

Ag students making special metal work with plasma cutter

    High school Agriculture and FFA students are getting hands-on experience working with a CNC plasma cutting table, creating custom metal works for the community. Projects began with creating and selling wreaths for the holidays, but has expanded to other custom metal works as well.

Voting for tree decorating contest underway

    The St. James Chamber of Commerce is again holding a tree decorating contest, with community members to select the winning tree. Ten businesses have entered a tree in this year’s contest, and the winner will be decided through a Facebook vote.

Most of 2019 was spent in the Missouri Ozarks

By Bill Cooper
    Another great year in the outdoors has come and gone. With its passing comes new opportunities in the world of outdoor media.
    One of the grandest things about working in outdoor media is the opportunity to travel to incredible outdoor destinations and meet outstanding outdoor types who are at the top of their game in hunting, fishing, guiding, touring, boating, paddling and a host of other outdoor activities.