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  1. MU Extension to host country cured ham workshops

    • Nov. 30, 2021

    MARSHFIELD, Mo. – University of Missouri Extension in Webster County is holding country cured ham workshops for youths and adults in mid-January 2022.Before refrigeration, many Missourians cured hams and pork bellies as a method of preserving food.... Read more ...

  2. MU Extension offers free produce safety class for gardeners

    • Nov. 30, 2021

    COLUMBIA, Mo. – University of Missouri Extension will hold a free online class on produce safety for gardeners 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2022.MU Extension horticulturists Patrick Byers and Justin Keay will offer tips on growing, harvesting,... Read more ...

  3. Plan to kill toxic perilla mint this spring or summer

    Plan to kill toxic perilla mint this spring or summer

    • Nov. 30, 2021

    MOUNT VERNON, Mo. – University of Missouri Extension livestock specialist Eldon Cole said he received a report recently of cows in southwestern Missouri being killed by perilla mint, a toxic plant. Cole urges producers to plan to destroy the... Read more ...

  4. Free training for Missouri produce growers set for early 2022

    • Nov. 29, 2021

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Free online and in-person workshops in early 2022 will help Missouri growers sell safer produce while opening new opportunities to market their goods, said University of Missouri Extension food safety specialist Londa... Read more ...

  5. 'Having Nothing, Possessing Everything' topic of Dec. 16 Neighboring 101 session

    • Nov. 23, 2021

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Michael Mather, author of "Having Nothing, Possessing Everything," will be the live online guest for the next session of University of Missouri Extension's Zoom class, Neighboring 101.Mather has spoken all over the nation about how... Read more ...

  6. Garden strengthens community across differences

    Garden strengthens community across differences

    • Nov. 22, 2021

    NOEL, Mo. – Food is a bridge that brings people together. That conviction was the seed for a garden that now flourishes on what was once a rocky hillside plot in Noel, a town of 1,800 in the southwest corner of Missouri.A meat-packing plant has... Read more ...

  7. Tigers United: Mascots set aside rivalries to help save relatives in the wild

    Tigers United: Mascots set aside rivalries to help save relatives in the wild

    • Nov. 17, 2021

    Missouri families and educators! Truman has something important to share with you. As any loyal fan knows, Mizzou’s mascot, Truman, is a Bengal tiger. Sadly, the number of tigers in the wild has declined sharply over the last century.Today, there... Read more ...

  8. Sweet potato a recent guest at Thanksgiving

    • Nov. 17, 2021

    COLUMBIA, Mo. –Though sweet potato is one of the most widely served side dishes at Thanksgiving dinner today, it probably wasn’t on the menu at the first Thanksgiving in 1621, said University of Missouri Extension horticulturist David... Read more ...

  9. Calving clinics rescheduled for Dec. 14 and Dec. 16

    • Nov. 16, 2021

    FAYETTE, Mo. – University of Missouri Extension will hold calving clinics Dec. 14 in Salisbury and Dec. 16 in Clark.MU Extension livestock specialist Heather Conrow says the clinics include classroom sessions and hands-on training. She also... Read more ...

  10. Missouri SBDC receives grant to help businesses in underserved communities

    Missouri SBDC receives grant to help businesses in underserved communities

    • Nov. 11, 2021

    The Missouri Small Business Development Centers received a $125,000 award for specialized training, business counseling and technical assistance for R&D-focused small businesses under the Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program.FAST... Read more ...

  11. Cook and freeze now to avoid holiday stress

    • Nov. 8, 2021

    BUTLER, Mo. – One way to reduce holiday stress is to prepare some of the food ahead of time and freeze it. From casseroles to cookies, you can have a large portion of your holiday food ready before the actual day arrives.“But some things freeze... Read more ...

  12. Helpful hints on cooking turkey

    • Nov. 8, 2021

    BUTLER, Mo. – Cooking a large Thanksgiving turkey can seem daunting, especially to a novice cook, but it’s not that difficult, says a University of Missouri Extension nutrition specialist.The first question: to stuff or not to stuff.“We don’t... Read more ...

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