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Event date: Aug. 24, 2021
Event time: | 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Face-to-Face workshop giving an overview of raising sheep and goats. Topics covered will range from management, nutrition, health, fencing, predator control and marketing.Cost: FreeContact: Kendra Graham, [email protected], 573-756-4539
News & articles
- Published: Wednesday, May 27, 2020
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Poison hemlock, a poisonous plant that can cause death in livestock, is especially toxic in spring, says Gatlin Bunton, University of Missouri Extension field specialist in agronomy.It can also cause birth defects in the offspring ...
- Published: Monday, Oct. 21, 2013
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Goats are curious animals and their gregarious social skills and healthy appetites know no boundaries, or fences.However, new types of fences make it easier for goat owners to dissuade their “don’t fence me in” bleating, ...
- Published: Friday, June 7, 2013
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – There’s a new guard dog in town. And it’s more likely to bray than bark.A growing number of sheep and goat farmers are using donkeys to keep predators at bay, says Charlotte Clifford-Rathert, small-ruminant specialist at ...
- Published: Wednesday, March 20, 2013
NEW LONDON, Mo.– Spring is here, but parts of Missouri still aren’t through with winter weather.A University of Missouri Extension livestock specialist notes that snow makes it harder for animals to find available forage, and cold weather ...
Publication date: Oct. 1, 2020
The meat goat budget is designed to reflect the economic costs and returns of a 50 doe, spring kidding flock (March and April) with kids marketed between 50 to 60 pounds in July/August. This management system takes advantage of spring forage ...
Publication date: Oct. 1, 2020
p>This meat goat budget is designed to reflect the economic costs and returns of a 50 doe, winter kidding flock (December and January) with kids marketed between 50 to 60 pounds in April. This management system takes advantage of seasonally high ...
Publication date: Aug. 1, 2018
The extreme drought of 2018 in the Midwest region has forced livestock producers to be concerned with drought effects such as high levels of nitrates in forage and drought-damaged crops for silage and baleage. Many producers are now searching for ...
Publication date: Dec. 1, 1996
A constant supply of clean fresh water is essential to an efficient livestock operation. A system providing water that is neither too cold in winter nor too warm in summer will promote increased consumption and result in better animal performance.The ...
Publication date: Feb. 1, 1995
Livestock judging consists of carefully analyzing animals and measuring them against a standard that is commonly accepted as being ideal. Livestock judging also has been defined as a study of the relationship between an animal's form and ...
Publication date: Oct. 1, 1993
Sound feeding practices and good housing facilities result in optimum growth and high milk production and contribute to the good health and comfort of dairy goats.Feeding the dairy goatWhen feeding dairy goats, keep these objectives in mind:Feed a ...
A budgeting tool to estimate economic costs and returns of 50 doe, spring kidding flock (March and April) with kids marketed between 50 to 60 pounds in July/August.
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- Kendra Graham FIELD SPECIALIST IN LIVESTOCK View Profile
- Amie Schleicher FIELD SPECIALIST IN LIVESTOCK View Profile
- Brenda Schreck COUNTY ENGAGEMENT SPECIALIST IN LIVESTOCK AND 4-H YOUTH DEVELOPMENT View Profile
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