University of Missouri Extension wants to know how row crop farmers and others in the Missouri agricultural industry prefer to receive their agricultural information.
A program to discuss Missouri’s Complicated Fence Law will be held on Monday evening, March 8 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Gasconade County Extension Office, 1106 West Hwy. 28, Owensville, MO 65066. There is a $15 charge for this meeting and that covers the program and materials. Pre-registration is required, with a classroom limit of 12 people.
University of Missouri Extension Human Development & Family Science Field Specialists are offering statewide virtual childcare provider trainings via Zoom.
A global pandemic illustrates how agriculture impacts our lives now more than ever. Thanks to farmers in Missouri and around the world consumers have food choices, clothing, transportation, shelter and so much more!
Researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology say that until a COVID-19 vaccine is readily available, a high-efficiency furnace filter used along with other precautions could help protect people from the virus while they spend time together indoors.
Add legumes to grazing pastures to improve cattle performance and forage production, says University of Missouri Extension regional livestock specialist Patrick Davis.