University of Missouri Extension will host a Management Intensive Grazing School September 26-27 at the MU Hugo Wurdack Research Center near Cook Station. The two-day program will include guest speakers covering the topics of grazing system layout and design, watering systems, fence systems, soil fertility, livestock nutrition, and forage growth and quality. Additionally, extensive farm tours will be included to allow participants to receive training on grazing system utilization.
Narconon New Life Retreat would like to remind families to stay educated on the signs and dangers of drug abuse.
University of Missouri Extension dairy specialist Ted Probert says this is a good time to review management practices to harvest good quality silage.
The president and founder of FarmHer shares her story at the Farm, Family & ME! Summit for Women Sept. 5-6, 2019.
Late planting puts Missouri crops at risk of insect infestation this year, says University of Missouri Extension entomologist Kevin Rice. He gave growers tips on what to look for at a recent field day at Bradford Research Center in Columbia.
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Tall fescue, Missouri’s most used pasture grass, provides fall and winter grazing with proper management.