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  1. MU hires food processing specialist

    MU hires food processing specialist

    • Aug. 3, 2021

    COLUMBIA, Mo. – Lakshmikantha H. Channaiah joins the University of Missouri as a state extension specialist in food processing and an assistant professor in the MU College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (CAFNR).He will coordinate and... Read more ...

  2. Enrollment open for Show-Me-Select Heifer program

    • Aug. 2, 2021

    COLUMBIA, Mo. – Enrollment is open for the Show-Me-Select Replacement Heifer Program. Deadline to sign up is Sept. 1.These heifers will be bred in the fall of 2021 and sold in spring 2022 sales, says University of Missouri Extension livestock... Read more ...

  3. American Outdoor Brands and Missouri 4-H partner to support youth development programs

    • July 30, 2021

    COLUMBIA, Mo. – American Outdoor Brands Inc., an industry-leading provider of products and accessories for rugged outdoor enthusiasts, and Missouri 4-H, part of the nation’s largest youth development organization, announced on July 30 that they... Read more ...

  4. Hitchhiking spotted lanternfly threatens state's wine industry

    Hitchhiking spotted lanternfly threatens state's wine industry

    • July 28, 2021

    COLUMBIA, Mo. – Your mother probably warned you about picking up hitchhikers.University of Missouri Extension entomologist Kevin Rice says your mom was right, especially when it comes to spotted lanternfly, an invasive species that creates severe... Read more ...

  5. Cereal rye as a cover crop can reduce waterhemp

    Cereal rye as a cover crop can reduce waterhemp

    • July 28, 2021

    COLUMBIA, Mo. – Cereal rye as a cover crop may reduce waterhemp populations without yield loss in soybean, according to a three-year study at the University of Missouri.MU Extension weed specialist Mandy Bish and a team of researchers studied how... Read more ...

  6. Grow now, graze later to reduce winter feed costs

    • July 26, 2021

    COLUMBIA, Mo. – Grow now and graze later to get the most out of tall fescue pastures.Winter stockpiling cool-season grasses carries cow-calf operations through the winter, the costliest time to feed cattle, says University of Missouri Extension... Read more ...

  7. Youth anglers compete at 2021 State 4-H Sportfishing Event

    Youth anglers compete at 2021 State 4-H Sportfishing Event

    • July 26, 2021

    COLUMBIA, Mo. – 4-H members practiced their angling skills July 24 at the Little Dixie Lake Conservation Area during the University of Missouri Extension 2021 State 4-H Sportfishing Event.Nearly 20 registered 4-H youths competed to catch the most... Read more ...

  8. Cattle losing adaptations to environmental stressors, MU researchers find

    Cattle losing adaptations to environmental stressors, MU researchers find

    • July 23, 2021

    As a fourth-generation cattle farmer, Jared Decker knows that cattle suffer from health and productivity issues when they are taken from one environment--which the herd has spent generations adapting to--to a place with a different climate, a... Read more ...

  9. Q&A with Sam Polly

    • July 23, 2021

    What do you do in your current role with the University of Missouri?I work as the Pesticide Safety Education Program (PSEP) coordinator. This entails working with various extension specialists to build the pesticide safety program, along with... Read more ...

  10. Weed electrocution research sparks interest as herbicide resistance impedes current methods

    Weed electrocution research sparks interest as herbicide resistance impedes current methods

    • July 22, 2021

    COLUMBIA, Mo. – Move over, herbicides. There’s a new sheriff in town. And he’s toting some powerful guns loaded with electricity to kill weeds. This shocking new method of weed control was demonstrated at the 2021 Pest Management Field Day at... Read more ...

  11. Q&A with livestock specialist David Hoffman

    • July 21, 2021

    What do you do in your current role with the University of Missouri? I consult with livestock producers of all ages and all sizes of operations to provide unbiased, research-based information for their everyday questions or concerns that impact... Read more ...

  12. August pasture walks to showcase native grass projects

    August pasture walks to showcase native grass projects

    • July 21, 2021

    GALENA, Mo. – University of Missouri Extension will hold a pasture walk of two successful native grass projects in Barry County 4 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 10.Richard Asbill of Cassville and Gene Cowherd of Butterfield were among the first participants in... Read more ...

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