Agriculture

Morale boosters for the empty-handed morel seekers MDC says morels illusive for some, but spring woods are always interesting Kansas City, Mo. – Late April is a peak season for morel mushrooms in western Missouri, to the delight of people who like to cook them and find them in the freshly greening...
In the early 1840’s in what is now Nodaway county, a  hunter sighted down his rifle barrel on a large brown animal.  He skilfully  pressed the trigger and the rifle bucked. A few minutes later he stood over his kill. It was an elk, or Wapiti and it would  provide a lot of meat for his family, and...
COLUMBIA, Mo. – University of Missouri Extension is offering online town hall meetings led by agronomy, livestock and horticulture specialists. “MU Extension has long served as a trusted and necessary resource to help Missourians get food on the table and gardens in the backyard,” says Lee Miller,...
To Missouri’s Grocery Retailers: We all have an important role in keeping Missouri’s food supply strong. From farm to fork, the agriculture industry has risen to the challenge of historic food demand created by COVID-19. As a grocery retailer, you and your team members are on the front lines...
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Farmers and ranchers face unique safety risks as COVID-19 continues to spread. The predicted peak of the COVID-19 outbreak likely will hit as spring planting season shifts into high gear, says Rusty Lee, University of Missouri Extension field specialist in agronomy. Physical...
COLUMBIA, Mo. – In the final month of the second annual 4-H Feeding Missouri statewide food drive, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have put unprecedented demand on food banks and pantries across the state. “With school and workplace closures, many vulnerable families will face an even greater...
I was introduced to spring turkey hunting many years ago, and I still haven’t fully recovered. I found it to be very exasperating. The turkeys, despite being low on the wild game intelligence list, got the best of me every time. Spring turkey hunting requires wearing camouflage clothing covering...
The last three weeks have been anything but normal with the impacts of a pandemic impacting us all. Everything that was normal to many folks is now suspended. No spring sports, no baseball on the radio, no church services. Even the best Fish fry around, put on by the Knights of Columbus in Cameron...
The April issue of The Conservationist showed up in my mailbox this week, and one of the articles was about bats, their benefits and attracting them to your property.  The author referred to Bat Conservation International or BCI and the type of houses they recommend.  “BCI recommends two different...

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