If you don't work on a farm, a bin full of grain may not look dangerous. But farmworkers who go inside grain bins can quickly find themselves literally in over their heads. Watch the video.
Storyteller Bobby Norfolk celebrates Black History Month every month. He brings to life stories that relate to social justice in a way that is entertaining for all ages.
Yield does not begin to drop until the first week of May, and then only slightly. Given a good growing season, the opportunity for high yields still exists.
The statewide Kids in the Kitchen program teaches kids healthy, tasty food doesn’t have to be boring or hard to make. Little chefs make their own creations after participating in food and safety lessons.
The story of Marshall the Miracle Dog has inspired a book, a movie and a youth mentoring program. The movie features strong anti-bullying and animal rescue themes.
Mention coleus to most gardeners and mental images of shade-loving plants with colorful leaves come to mind. This colorful yet durable plant adapts well to a wide range situations.
While they may look and feel fun, highly concentrated soap pods cause rapid vomiting, wheezing, gasping, sleepiness, eye damage and, in rare cases, death.
A standing tract of timber can bring anywhere from $300 to $700 per acre. Harvesting is a selective process of removing mature trees. About half of the volume can be removed in a sustainable manner.
Retirees Joyce Huber and Bob Dolliver are among the growing number of adults who are in committed relationships but live apart. They’re known as LATs, which stands for living apart together. Watch the video.
The nonprofit organization America Saves suggests a 30-40-30 plan for the past, present and future: Designate 30 percent of your refund to pay off debt and catch up on outstanding bills. Watch the video.
This firm is probably the country’s largest producer of chemical and biological protective shelters and equipment for our military and allies. These shelter maker tackles Ebola — and the future.
The most important rule of mushroom hunting is to know precisely and positively what you're after.
Actors, filmmakers, stagehands and film lovers will gather in St. Louis for the fifth national FilmFest 4-H, June 14-17.
The open house, May 13, at 105 E. Ash St., celebrates serving more than 1,000 people since its grand opening in May 2014. The two most popular services are MedZou and free tax help through VITA.
April showers that drive corn farmers crazy make better grass, and hay, for livestock farmers.
Spring is here, which means it is time to get canning supplies and equipment checked and ready to use. It's also a good time to brush up on safe canning techniques.
On April 30 to May 2, MU Extension partners with the St. Louis Storytelling Festival.
For 36 years and counting, this largest free storytelling festival in the world has been telling tales.
A lot of farmers may be switching to soybeans because of the high cost of growing corn.
You can save water and energy, help the environment and keep money in your pocket with a few simple changes to use water more efficiently.
Nematodes are unnoticed, microscopic roundworms that dominate our living world. While minute, their overall numbers are not. Four out of every five animals on Earth is a nematode.
A one-day workshop in Linn County helps people get out of the dark about growing mushrooms.