Livestock producers often hear there is no silver bullet for fescue toxicosis.
For about a year, Delores Wagner had an itch in her ear that would not go away – no matter what she did.
Hay producers can learn how to grow forage and harvest quality hay at University of Missouri Extension’s upcoming Hay Production School 6-9 p.m. on March 4-5 at the Washington County Ambulance District.
Bring on Spring! The sixth annual "Growing Green" regional garden series hosted by Phelps County Master Gardeners and Missouri University Extension runs from 6:30pm to 8:30pm on the five Mondays in March, at First Baptist Church, 801 N Cedar Street, across from Rolla High School.
The series targets beginning and advanced gardeners; youth and adults. The cost is $5 per evening, or $20 for all five evenings.
By Rachel Hopkins, , Ag Business Specialist
Farm women are generating a cultural tide in American agriculture that is moving management, assets and opportunities to a new wave of farmers across the country.
East Central College is offering Community Education courses at no cost to help people understand Social Security and other benefits.
The classes are offered by the Social Security Administration. Sessions are free but registration is required.