April’s pounding rains likely took tons of topsoil from farmlands across much of northern Missouri. An inch of soil loss in a corn-soybean rotation translates into a financial loss of $14 per acre annually.
Cassie Hancock, a 13-year-old member of the Marion County Silver Spurs 4-H Club, recently took fourth place in the youth division of the World Archery Tournament in Las Vegas. Watch the video.
It could be a desire for fragrant flowers. It could be as simple as wanting to shave a bit off your food bill. Whatever the reason, you’ve decided to plant your first-ever garden. Listen to the audio.
Time to take a closer look at safe rooms. Until recently, many viewed them as a luxury for safety-conscious homeowners willing to pay an extra $3,000-$5,000. Watch the video.
Sodium can contribute to high blood pressure and high blood pressure can contribute to the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, congestive heart failure and kidney disease.
White-tailed deer are one of Missouri’s most valuable resources, and many Missouri landowners, hunters and deer enthusiasts are interested in managing their properties to improve habitat conditions for them.
Osher @ Mizzou delivers courses designed to complement the interests, concerns and lifestyles of the over-50 adult. Classes start on Monday, June 3. Enroll today.
Adolescence is a time filled with many changes for a family. A typical teen deals with issues of identity formation by spending much of his or her time moving away from parents.
Each year, many people buy their first home and join the ranks of millions of American homeowners. The home buying process can be intimidating. Here's how to navigate it.
Seth Ritter’s studio is tucked away in a rehabbed 1850s-style grocery store building in historic Lexington. Bare light bulbs cast a dim light over a workbench scrawled with an artist’s random sketches.
Gary Walker had some hard-earned experience with cleaning during his service in the Air Force. Those long nights were the start of something remarkable. It's not easy being green, but it can be profitable.
MU Extension can help you produce a bounty of fruits, vegetables and flowers.
The Missouri Department of Agriculture has relaxed licensing requirements for those who sell eggs at farmers markets and roadside stands.
“Nitrogen Watch 2013” identifies danger areas that are on track to have widespread problems with nitrogen loss.
Recent studies suggest that sitting at a desk all day can cancel out the health benefits of regular exercise. Watch the video.
Here are some specific steps that all graduating seniors should take. Actually, this is good advice for everyone, no matter when or if you've graduated from college.
The free event offers landowners, farmers and wildlife enthusiasts an opportunity to learn about habitat-management for northern bobwhite quail and using native plants for landscaping.
Osteoporosis is a disease that causes your bones to become weak and brittle and break more easily.
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