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Graziers from five states heading to Columbia for “Heart of America” conference, Jan. 7-8

Graziers from five states heading to Columbia for “Heart of America” conference, Jan. 7-8   COLUMBIA, Mo. – A five-state “Heart of America” grazing conference returns to Missouri, Jan. 7-8,…

Missouri Tourism Releases 2008 Vacation Planner

Missouri Tourism Releases 2008 Vacation Planner New Travel Guide Features Dream Vacations, Fish and Game, Wow Town-KC, Missouri Murals, Border War and Ethnic Sites Jefferson City, Mo., November 30, 2007…

Not so bright turkeys are afraid of a lot more than Thanksgiving ax

Not so bright turkeys are afraid of a lot more than Thanksgiving ax COLUMBIA, Mo. – Turkeys fear a lot more things than an ax this time of year.  Turkeys…

Food safety tips help keep unwelcome guests from Thanksgiving dinner table

Food safety tips help keep unwelcome guests from Thanksgiving dinner table   COLUMBIA, Mo. – Thanksgiving is a great time to get together for a special dinner, but the last…

MEAT GOAT PRODUCERS CAN EXPECT TO HEAR USEFUL INFORMATION AT 2007 MISSOURI LIVESTOCK SYMPOSIUM

MEAT GOAT PRODUCERS CAN EXPECT TO HEAR USEFUL INFORMATION AT 2007 MISSOURI LIVESTOCK SYMPOSIUM         “Meat goat production is up and with the number of goat producers rising it is…

Beef Cattle Producers to be Treated to an “Informational Smorgasbord”

Beef Cattle Producers to be Treated to an “Informational Smorgasbord” At 2007 Missouri Livestock Symposium November 30 and December 1         Doors to the popular Missouri Livestock Symposium open at…

William B. Wilson and Adolphus Busch inducted

William B. Wilson and Adolphus Busch inducted  into Labor Hall of Fame U.S. Secretary of Labor Elaine L. Chao presides over ceremony   WASHINGTON – U.S. Secretary of Labor Elaine…

An Easy Click Takes You Back to Missouri Cities in the 1880s

An Easy Click Takes You Back to Missouri Cities in the 1880s Maps from 1880 to 1920 of Missouri Cities Are Now Digitalized at University of Missouri Library’s Website By…

Lock failure on rivers would have major impact on corn and soybean producers

Lock failure on either the Mississippi or Illinois rivers carries with it the potential economic damage that could exceed more than half a billion dollars for corn and soybean producers,…

Eyeglasses transformed to allow those without speech capability to communicate

Eyeglasses transformed to allow those without speech capability to communicate  COLUMBIA, Mo. – They look like a pair of everyday eyeglasses, but University of Missouri students have turned them into…

Soybean rust arrives in Missouri

Farmers should check fields…