At the Kirksville Show-Me-Select Replacement Heifer sale, 133 heifers averaged $1,716. It wasn’t the strong sale expected, said Zac Erwin, sale coordinator. A lot of things worked against bidder enthusiasm.
On Tuesday, the Missouri Department of Agriculture announced it will not pursue Special Local Needs (24c) labels for the use of Engenia, FeXapan and XtendiMax for the 2019 growing season. This announcement follows the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) decision to extend the registration of these three Dicamba products for another two years with additional safeguards.
If you’re hosting a holiday meal, make food safety a priority or you might end up with ungrateful guests.
You have probably heard it’s a bad idea to eat uncooked dough because it contains raw eggs. But raw flour can also make you sick, says Londa Nwadike, Extension state food safety specialist for University of Missouri and Kansas State University.
Missouri beef herd owners learn profits and risks of sending their calves to a feedlot. They’ve entered 50 Missouri Steer Feedouts run by University of Missouri Extension.
An upcoming program on Drone Technology on the Farm will be held on Wednesday, November 28. The program will begin at 10 a.m. at the Wurdack Farm Research Center on 164 Bales Road in Cook Station, Missouri.