Redbooks are still available

They are handy to carry with you or in your vehicle as you keep track of calving, breeding, health, fescue observations, pasture rotations, rainfall, temperatures and mileage. The latter item was mentioned by a user of the Redbook. Cost is $6.

Results 2018 Ozark Empire Fair Hay Show 

Calendar of Upcoming Events

Weather challenges to Missouri agriculture

An MU Extension task force has developed a website with information for farmers, ranchers, fruit and vegetable growers, gardeners, landowners and others affected by the wet weather. Topics include row crops, forages, cover crops, livestock impacts, horticulture, crop insurance, nutrient management, trees and turfgrass, and monitoring and control of pests, diseases and weeds.



Pesticide application

Ag business


Beef Newsletter

Production and management for beef producers written by Eldon Cole, livestock specialist, Lawrence County

Newsletter can be found here