Pasture Management Workshop and Tour, September 28

Stockton, Mo. – University of Missouri Extension and Raymond and Russell Neill Farm together will be presenting a Pasture Management Workshop and Tour on September 28th at 1:00 p.m. at the Raymond and Russell Neill Farm (16640 S Highway 32, Fair Play, MO 65649) which is the 3rd house south of Bear Creek off of Highway 32.  

The meeting will discuss topics such as pasture management, fertility management, weed and brush control, livestock nutrition on pasture and economics.  University of Missouri Extension speakers discussing these topics are: 

•    Patrick Davis, Regional MU Extension Livestock Specialist
•    Pat Miller, Regional MU Extension Agronomy Specialist 
•    Wesley Tucker, Regional MU Extension Agriculture Business Specialist

The event is free and open to the public.  Please register by September 24.  If you have questions or would like to register for the event please contact the Cedar County MU Extension Center at 417 – 276 – 3313 or by email at cedarco@missouri.edu.  If there is inclement weather and the event needs to be postponed the makeup date is September 29 at the same time.  

Vegetable gardening questions 

As the peek gardening season comes near, here at Extension we get many questions about gardening.  This guide is a section from the Missouri Master Gardener handbook on vegetable gardening.  It provides information from plant and site selection, irrigation and common problems.  There are many other publications available through our website on gardening and other topics as well.  Just click the link at the top of the page titled Publications.

Soil testing 

Soil tests save time and money. Whether you have acres of pasture or have a vegetable patch in the backyard, a soil test will provide you with an analysis of nutrients and a set of recommendations for improvements. Call or visit the Cedar County Extension office for details. Don't guess... Soil test!

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Other popular MU Extension publications

Pasture Weed and Brush Control Guide (PDF)
G427, 2011 Cash Rental Rates in Missouri
G302, 2012 Custom Rates for Farm Services in Missouri
G6201, Vegetable Planting Calendar
Cedar County MU Extension Council bylaws

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