As part of its recently concluded National 4-H Week celebration (Oct. 6-12), Missouri 4-H announced a statewide fundraising opportunity, open to all 4-H clubs across the state, in partnership with the Missouri Department of Agriculture and the Office of the Lieutenant Governor’s Buy Missouri initiative.
COLUMBIA, Mo – Not all heifers are created equal when it comes to making replacements for a beef cow herd. Some heifers make better cows than others.
Fruit and vegetable growers can meet training requirements of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Produce Safety Rule at workshops in November through January at several locations in Missouri.
Liz Bennett, who owns and operates Britton-Bennett Funeral Home in Steelville with her husband Bill, approached the city council at their meeting on October 7 to present information about a potentially life-saving app, free to anyone in the community. Bill also serves as an alderman on the council.
A former student at Crawford County R-2 Schools now serving in the US armed forces was seriously injured in Afghanistan recently, when he stepped on an improvised explosive device (IED). Special tribute was paid to the injured soldier and his family during Friday night’s Cuba High School football homecoming celebration at the Wildcat Field of Pride.
Steelville City Council members were asked to consider two potential changes to policies related to paid time off for employees at their October 7 meeting.