After the whirlwind of the holiday season, the season of resolutions takes over. Many people to resolve to live healthier, and they may not have to give up their favorite foods to do so.
Free biosecurity workshops across Missouri will discuss emerging livestock diseases and how to manage them.
Producers who want more cows and heifers calving in daylight hours should try to delay putting out hay and cubes until late in the day.
Throughout January, TOPS 0434, St. James is hosting an Open House and Membership Drive. Each Tuesday evening, there will be a meet and greet 5-5:30 p.m., weigh-in if you'd like to join, followed by a program at 5:30 p.m. Meetings are held at First Baptist Church at 132 Aida in St. James.
Agriculture leaders from across Missouri will receive high honors in front of hundreds of farmers, ranchers and agriculture leaders during the 48th Missouri Governor's Conference on Agriculture. During the Missouri Agriculture Awards Luncheon, Gov. Parson and Director of Agriculture Chris Chinn will present recipients of the Missouri Agriculture Awards with their awards.
Holiday plants will live to bloom another year with proper care, said University of Missouri Extension state horticulturist David Trinklein. Now is the time to start that care.