Flames shoot more than 50 feet in the air from a propane truck as a band of firefighters move slowly toward it. The only thing between them and the fire is a wall of water. Watch the video.
As part of its centennial, MU Extension partnered with Mizzou Alternative Breaks, a group of students who donate weekends, holidays and spring break to go into a community to serve a need. Watch the video.
Farmers should be on the lookout for two emerging weed pests in 2015. Burcucumber could reduce soybean yield as much as 48 percent. The toothed spurge is found in pastures and along roadsides.
People try many different methods to avoid catching a cold or flu during the winter months. One thing to remember is that simple diet choices can boost our immune system.
Jenny Doan joined 4-H and learned to sew and quilt. Decades later, in 2008, she and her husband and children stitched together Missouri Star Quilt Co. of Hamilton.
There are many steps to creating a beautiful, productive garden. Our new publication helps both beginning and experienced gardeners. Watch the video.
The woolly bear caterpillar often called the “weather worm,” is said to predict what Old Man Winter has in store. Folklore says the narrower the reddish-brown band on the caterpillar, the more severe the winter.
Teng Lim is operating a small-scale anaerobic digester at the MU swine farm in Columbia. The system generates energy and can mitigate hog odor. Watch the video.
Busy lifestyles disrupt family time, with 43.1 percent of meals eaten outside of the home in 2012. Studies show that families that eat together reap many benefits.
Not to upset the apple cart, but not all apples are created equal for pie-making. It’s as American as apple pie to ponder which of the 7,500 varieties is the right pick for your fall dessert.
EnCircle student Jessica, left, working on a laptop with Teri Walden, co-founder. By any standard, autism is growing alarmingly worldwide and vocational options are few and far between after high school.
The class helps people evaluate where they are at and decide what would be best for their situation.
If you don't have insurance through your work or a public program like Medicare, or buy coverage directly, the marketplace might be a good option. But you really need to act quickly because enrollment ends Feb. 15.
An ongoing program with MU Extension helps private companies and public agencies address this impending management vacuum.
Many consider the new year as a chance for renewal, giving us a fresh outlook.
At the Pork Expo trade show, Feb. 10, vendors will have information on genetics, equipment, reproductive tools, feed additives, manure pit management and more.
The song remains the same for the cattle market: tight supplies and high prices.
The free storytelling festival will feature almost 30 culturally diverse storytellers, a youth storytelling concert, faith-based storytelling, ghost stories and family storytelling.
A new way of eating is making its way through the country. It's moving slowly, thoughtfully and mindfully.
Beans are one of the best values around when it comes to the amount of nutrients for your dollar.
Store lighting plays a role in how long meat retains the bright red color that shoppers favor. After price, consumers consider color when buying meat.
Calf scours, the diarrhea seen during the first 30 days of a calf's life, is caused by a variety of bacteria, viruses and parasites.