It is a limited schedule for road crews during the slow season, but their are work zones you need to be aware of this week.
Certified crop advisers have an extra incentive to attend the conference, as there are continuing education units available for attending and participating in the events.
WOTUS and the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act are still at the forefront of producers minds despite recent tax breaks.
Palmer amaranth is an even bigger threat than most weeds for soybeans, causing soybean yield losses up to 80 percent.
Tim Baker from the University of Missouri Extension provides this week’s horticulture tip.
Given the recent cattle market trends, market development is a key factor moving forward for members of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association.
The 2016 Wing Report released this week expects fans to eat three percent more wings than last year on game day.
Missouri Department of Conservation is hoping for public comment on the hunting of feral hogs on MDC land.