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Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2019

Barton County Soils and Crops Conference

When:  Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2019, 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Where:  
105 E 11th Street, Lamar MO map...

Description:

8:30a Registration/ USDA Update

9:30a Hay/Pasture Fertility
Tim Schnakenberg, MUE agronomy

10:15a Soybean Weed Management
Kevin Bradley, MUE State Specialist

11:00a Break

11:15a Dicamba Liability Insurance
Ray Massey, MUE State Specialist

12:00p Lunch– Mary’s Flower Cart

Fitness for Farmers
Lindsey Stevenson, MUE HES

12:30p Air Dehumidification for Grain Drying– Theory or Reality?
Joe Zulovich

1:15p Understanding Soil Health Terms
Todd Lorenz, MUE agronomy

2:00p Micronutrients in Crops
Travis Harper, MUE agronomy

Registration:

call 417-682-3579

Cost:

$5.00

Facilitator:

Jill Scheidt, scheidtjk@missouri.edu
MU Extension in Barton County
phone: 417-682-3579




Cooking Matters for Adults - Stockton -Maplewoods (Session 2 of 6)

When:  Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2019, 10 a.m. to noon

Description:

Cooking Matters is a six week, two hour class that empowers families with the skills, knowledge, and confidence to prepare healthy and affordable meals.

Cost:

$0.00

Facilitator:

Sara Wikoff, wikoffs@missouri.edu
MU Extension in Bates County
phone: 660-679-4167




Building it from the Ground Up (Beginning Farmer Classes) (Session 4 of 5)

When:  Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2019, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Where:  
Location may change, based on availability, please contact Camden County Extension Office for location of each class.
44 Roofener Street, Camdenton MO map...

Description:

Targeted program to address the needs of land owners looking to improve their property as well as their outputs and profitability over the long run of the operation. Realizing finances may be limited and/or restricted we will be working with those individuals trying to make sound economic decisions about their operations.
Targeting both new and old land owners/operators looking to run up to 30-75 breeding cows, 100 stockers, 50-75 breeding goats and/or sheep, or a small registered livestock operation, on farms ranging from 20-160+ acres, operated as a part time and/or hobby farm as well as the full time farmer. This may not be their sole source of income, but a part-time occupation, recreational/retirement farm. It is not only about making a living on the farm, but about living on the farm, raising children on the farm, and having the rural way of life. The farm just needs to pay for itself and if it makes a little money along the way….. Great!
The program inspires increased economic development and social viability in rural Missouri.

Session topic:

Session #5 This class will discuss Stockers and Backgrounders: Selection, feeding, breeding, nutrition, health concerns and issues, vaccinations, worming, etc.

Registration:

Each program will run approximately 2 1/2 hours, with a break in between allowing for questions and refreshments. You may attend only the evenings you want or sign up to attend the entire program. The choice is yours. Classes will run from 6:00 - 9:00 pm. Individuals wanting to attend any of the programs may do so for $15.00 per person or a couple fee of $25.00 a night.

Registration
deadline:

12/31/2018

Class size:

15

Event full:

No

Cost:

$15.00

Facilitator:

William Halleran, halleranw@missouri.edu
MU Extension in Hickory County
phone: 417-745-6767