Agriculture

Cutting waste is even more important during a pandemic, says MU food safety specialist. KANSAS CITY, Mo. – With the COVID-19 pandemic causing disruptions in the food supply chain, it’s more important than ever to reduce food waste, says a University of Missouri Extension food safety specialist. “In...
Show-Me-Select fall-calving heifer sale draws first-time buyers PALMYRA – The Northeast Missouri Show-Me-Select Bred Heifer Sale at Palmyra’s F&T Livestock Auction May 30 saw a large turnout and active bidding on most lots, according to University of Missouri Extension livestock specialist...
This orange goo is a fungus that can be found growing on trees and other plants. Photo courtesy Twitter user @swt_karoline.
Gooey, orange tree slime grows after wet, cool days COLUMBIA, Mo. – Some Missouri trees are producing a gooey, orange slime that seeps and grows. Bright orange tree slime brings wonder to the woods after cool, wet spring days, says University of Missouri Extension horticulturist Tamra Reall. This...
“Hay harvest management will influence supplementation needs for cattle next hay feeding season,” says Patrick Davis MU Extension Regional Livestock Field Specialist.  Davis urges cattle and hay producers to harvest and bale hay properly to get the best quality possible because this will lead to...
A University of Missouri Extension food safety specialist offers safety suggestions for volunteers delivering food to those in need during the COVID-19 era. “Many people at high risk of being severely affected by COVID-19 due to age or underlying health conditions depend on the generosity of...
Beginning Fall 2020, North Central Missouri College will be offering a new certificate option for students who are interested in pursuing a career in agribusiness. NCMC’s newest one-year Agriculture Operations Technology Certificate is endorsed by MFA Inc. and allows students the opportunity for an...
COLUMBIA – As work at meat processing plants slows during COVID-19, hog producers may want to feed pigs cheaper diets and hold them longer. University of Missouri Extension swine nutritionist Marcia Shannon says producers can feed more fiber and less fat to slow growth. “This is a good time to move...
We hope everyone has been practicing the rules set by our government during this coronavirus/ COVID-19 pandemic. By not gathering in groups larger than 10 and the 6-foot distancing. Please use the internet to get some ideas on what projects you are enrolled in so you can work on them separately....

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