Getting financial aid for college can be stressful for many people. There are many forms to fill out, and it’s not always clear what scholarships and grants you are eligible for. Plus, there are lots of deadlines!
By attending one evening of in-person training, farmers become certified in Beef Quality Assurance. BQA, a voluntary national program, is now offered in east-central Missouri.
The Crawford County Farm Bureau Board of Directors are hosting a Legislative briefing on Tuesday, September 17. It will be held at the Bourbon Community Center in Bourbon, Missouri at 7 p.m.
St. John’s United Church of Christ at Bem, Missouri is hosting an important community forum on September 15 for local leaders, churches, first responders, care providers, educators, residents and neighbors on human trafficking.
“Plant cool-season grasses in September,” says Craig Roberts, University of Missouri Extension forage agronomist. “The earlier the better.”
With volatile livestock market prices, farmers now have more appealing insurance underwritten by the USDA. The federally subsidized protection has been revised and simplified.