Missouri Woodlands Institute will be

held on Saturday, February 10

Learn how to manage your woodland

for health and productivity.

More information here:

woodlands (PDF)

 

 

Private Pesticide Applicator's Training

MU Extension will hold a Private Pesticide Applicator’s training
Thursday February 8 at 1 pm at the Pineville Community Center,
201 Jesse James Road, in Pineville, Missouri. Cost for materials
is $25. This training is for producers of agricultural commodities,
18 years or older, wishing to renew or receive their private pesticide
applicator’s license in order to buy and apply restricted use chemicals
on their own land. License holders need to renew their license every
5 years. Call the McDonald County office at 417-223-4775 to register. 

Please register by February 5th.

 

KOMA Beef Cattle Conference
January 16, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.
Springfield Livestock Marketing Center
6821 West Independence Drive Springfield, MO 65802

More Information Here (PDF

 

Missouri Land Grant Compact
NEW GRANTS FOR FALL 2018 TO FULFILL THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI’S LAND-GRANT
MISSION TO OFFER AFFORDABLE EDUCATION TO MISSOURIANS

Scholarship Information Here (PDF)

 

Truman learns about Extension

Ever wonder why the University of Missouri Extension was established?

https://youtu.be/oDbjJOQY9Yc

 

Hay Testing

Do you know the nutrient value of your hay or are you just guessing? Knowing the nutrient value of your hay supply allows producers to make informed decisions on how much supplemental feed is necessary to meet the nutritional needs of your animals. The University of Missouri Extension in McDonald County offers forage testing as a fee based service to our clients. Mailing materials and probes, or hay samplers, for forage testing by commercial labs are available in the office.

 

Don't guess . . . Soil test!

Soil tests are essential for productive gardens and fields.     
Fee: $20.00 per soil sample

 

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