Agricultural Outlook Round Table
Interested in learning more about the state of the agricultural economy? Then this is the program for you. Professionals from Missouri and Kansas will be discussing important topics related to the state of the agricultural economy on July 14th. To learn more about the program, click below.
Overview | Brochure/Registration Form
Food Preservation Party
The University of Missouri Extension will be presenting a Food Preservation Party beginning at 8:30 am June 18, 2016. Lunch will be provided to those pre-registered for the workshop. The one-day event will be held in the Johnson County Extension Center at 135 W. Market St., Warrensburg, Missouri. Must be preregistered and registrations should be returned to the Johnson County Extension Center. To read more about this event or to access the registration form, click below.
Press Release | Registration form
Stay Strong Stay Healthy Classes
Would you like to feel better about yourself and your ability to stay active and engaged as you age? A Stay Strong Stay Healthy class will be offered in Johnson County to help you Kick It Up. Stay Strong Stay Healthy classes help participants build strength and balance through non-strenuous weight bearing exercises. Men and women are encouraged to attend this hour long program to increase balance, strength and flexibility. Stay Strong Stay Healthy classes will be held in Kingsville from 8:30 to 9:30 am Monday and Wednesday at Kingsville Seventh Day Adventist Church. The twice a week sessions begin June 13 and continue through August 10, 2016. Participants above age 69 will need to have the two Physicians forms filled out and returned for the class.
Press Release | Flyer
Registration forms: Contact Information | Consent Form | Physicians Form | Physicians Authorizations Form
Clean, Separate, Cook and Chill!
The FightBac.org websites states to Clean, Separate, Cook and Chill our foods. These four words are packed with meaning when preparing foods for your family and friends. Food safety is a topic we hear a lot about. But until we know someone who becomes ill we really don’t think it will happen to us. For the full article by Holly Jay, click here.
Soil Testing Services
It's that time of year to get in your soil samples for testing. Basic soil testing analyzes nutrient content and fertility status. Results include fertilizer and lime recommendations. Additional tests are available for nutrient management plans, environmental issues, potting mixes, compost, manure and water usage. Each sample should contain about 1½ cups of dry soil from 6 to 7 inches deep. Consult our soil testing publications for specific instructions. Results are typically provided within two to three weeks.
There is a $15 per sample fee for testing soil. Results are normally returned within two weeks. Soil samples should be dry. Wet samples will delay results.