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Resistant marestail, waterhemp require producers to adopt new control strategies, says MU Extension agronomist

  Resistant marestail, waterhemp require producers to adopt new control strategies, says MU Extension agronomist CORNING, Mo. – The crop pests marestail and waterhemp are difficult to control. Both are prolific…

Farm Bureau Files Circuit Court CAFO Motion

Farm Bureau Files Circuit Court CAFO Motion Today, Missouri Farm Bureau Federation filed a motion to intervene and a proposed motion for reconsideration of a Cole County Circuit Court ruling…

MORE THAN $8 MILLION IN MISSOURI FLOOD AID APPROVED

 MORE THAN $8 MILLION IN MISSOURI FLOOD AID APPROVED JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.— More than $8 million in disaster aid has been approved in Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grants and…

HEALTH DEPARTMENT WARNS OF RABIES RISKS IN UNVACCINATED PETS

HEALTH DEPARTMENT WARNS OF RABIES RISKS IN UNVACCINATED PETS An official with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) today reminded Missourians to do all they can to…

“Professional Timber Harvester Program Starts in Macon October 8”

“Professional Timber Harvester Program Starts in Macon October 8” Jefferson City, MO–Today, anyone can buy a chainsaw, walk into the woods, and cut down a tree, but does this make…

Is Hypermiling Safe?

 “Hypermiling” or “ecodriving” are terms that describe techniques used by some motorists to increase the miles per gallon of their vehicle. These tactics come in a wide variety of actions,…

Profitable Landownership Topic of St. Louis Workshop

Profitable Landownership Topic of St. Louis Workshop The stakes of farmland ownership have never been higher with record land values, stronger rents, biofuel’s influence, changes to the government Farm Program…

Lewis County REC to Sponsor Second Light Bulb Blitz

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Patrol Reports On 15-Mile Trooper Operation

Patrol Reports On 15-Mile Trooper Operation Colonel James F. Keathley, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, announces a special enforcement project took place over the Labor Day holiday weekend…

Missouri’s Minimum Wage Projected to Increase by 6.1 Percent on Jan. 1, 2009

 Missouri’s Minimum Wage Projected to Increase by 6.1 Percent on Jan. 1, 2009 Hourly Wage to Increase from $6.65 to $7.05 per Hour JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Missouri’s Minimum Wage…

State health department urges Missourians to get cholesterol checked

State health department urges Missourians to get cholesterol checkedLess means more when it comes to your cholesterol and your health Less cholesterol in your blood means you’re more likely to…