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The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is accepting applications until April 24 for technical and financial assistance to help conservation partners and landowners protect, restore and enhance critical wetlands on agricultural lands. Restored wetlands...
Stash some of that cash in an emergency fund.
Income tax refunds are ready to roll out. You might want to hold on to some of that cash. Refunds are wages you earn throughout the year and should be thought of as hard-earned money rather than found money, says Andrew Zumwalt, personal finance specialist with University of Missouri Extension. For...
Many outages from last night's storm
Electric cooperative employees suffered through a tough night Monday and into Tuesday as a long line of powerful storms rolled across Missouri causing widespread damage to power lines. At the peak of the storm, approximately 25,000 members were without power. The damage began near Kansas City in...
Farmer's Workshop scheduled March 29 in Cameron
Farmers’ Markets are a great way for produce growers to sell their fruits and vegetables at retail prices. Many farmers’ markets also allow the sale of other products, such as eggs, meat, crafts, and additional items. Extension specialists all around Missouri have been working on a special project...
Be sure to attend the "Colors of the Heartland"
The Heartland Troupe is putting together another show to support the Disabled American Veterans of Missouri. The cast and guest singers will be presenting a variety show entitled “Colors of the Heartland” on Friday March 31st and Saturday April 1st, (7:00 PM) and Sunday April 2nd  (2:00 PM) at the...
Senator Denny Hoskins
As a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) by trade, I consider the label “bean counter” a term of endearment. As your state senator, you better believe I make it my mission to be the best steward of your taxpayer dollars as I can possibly be – and that includes uncovering new ways to generate revenue...
Applications are being accepted for the second annual University of Missouri Division of Animal Sciences Youth Leadership Academy. Twenty high school students with an interest in agriculture and the livestock industry will attend the May 31-June 3 event at MU’s Animal Science Research Center. “The...
Learn how to farm with little or no equipment at the “Bringing Back the American Small Farm” conference, March 8-9 at the West Plains Civic Center. Small-acreage and backyard farmers can learn how to grow food and make money, says University of Missouri Extension business specialist Bronwen Madden...
Chili and Soup Supper this Saturday
A Chili and Soup Supper will be held Saturday, February 25th, at 5:00 p.m., at the Hamilton American Legion building. Live music will be provided by the Stanley Steamers. Free will donations accepted to benefit Northwest Missouri Steam & Gas Engine Association.
Re: Steven W. Landers, et al v. Monsanto Company, Case No. 1:17-cv-00020 Monsanto Company is currently being served with a class action filed on behalf of farmers in ten states for illegal dicamba spraying to protect its Xtend cotton and soybean seeds. Steven W. Landers, et al v. Monsanto Company,...

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