Coexist with wildlife while preventing damage

Few things are more enjoyable than watching deer in your backyard or listening to squirrels chatter at dusk or dawn from your patio.
That is, until you find that they have inflicted costly damage to your home, patio furniture, flower bed or garden. In some cases, such as bird droppings, wildlife can even be hazardous to your health.

State Tech ranked the best college in nation by WalletHub for third year

    With the new fall semester just days away, State Technical College of Missouri is proud to announce that we have been ranked the number one college in the nation by WalletHub (a personal finance website) for the third straight year.

Show-Me-Select lowers enrollment fees

U.S. Marine Corps recruiters used to say they were “looking for a few good men.” University of Missouri Extension livestock specialist Eldon Cole says he is “looking for a few good heifers” to help beef producers through the Show-Me-Select Replacement Heifer Program.
To help, SMS recently changed its fee structure. The enrollment fee, formerly $5 per head, now stands at $2 per head.

Farm lease program being held in Rolla

Submitted by Rachel Hopkins, Ag Business Specialist
    Issues such as when should my tenant pay me part of the rent, how and when can my current lease be terminated, who pays for fertilizer or lime and how much rent should I receive for my farm are some of the questions that will be discussed at the Missouri Farm Leases Program to be held on Thursday evening, September 2.

‘Earn While You Learn’ is nursing program expanding

    The East Central College Nursing Program’s “Earn While You Learn” (EWYL) initiative has been leading the way in Missouri as a successful partnership among the college and its health care partners.

Missouri Steer Feedout accepting entries through Oct. 10

Entries will be accepted through Oct. 10 for the next Missouri Steer Feedout, with weigh-in on Nov. 2, says University of Missouri Extension livestock specialist Eldon Cole.