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Measuring And Monitoring Pasture Growth

Measuring And Monitoring Pasture Growth

| May 8, 2015

The spring flush of cool-season grass growth has begun. University of Missouri Extension Livestock Specialist Gene Schmitz says he has recently noticed some tall fescue seed heads emerging

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Groups Want USDA Investigated

Groups Want USDA Investigated

| May 7, 2015

Several Organizations Charge USDA Suppressing Scientists Over Neonic Research

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Crop Progress, Condition Improving

Crop Progress, Condition Improving

| May 5, 2015

The state received limited precipitation last week which provided ideal conditions for spring tillage and planting.

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Carrollton FFA Hosting Petting Zoo

Carrollton FFA Hosting Petting Zoo

| May 4, 2015

The Carrollton FFA Chapter will be hosting their annual “Petting Zoo” event this Tuesday.

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Corn Planting Running ‘Far Behind’

Corn Planting Running ‘Far Behind’

| April 30, 2015

The latest round of numbers from the USDA crop progress report shows only 20 percent of the state’s corn crop planted, compared to 44 percent last year at this time.

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2015 Dairy Markets Stable

2015 Dairy Markets Stable

| April 29, 2015

The dairy industry is as steady and profitable as it has been in many years, and the outlook is for the trend to continue.

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Crop Progress, Condition Report

Crop Progress, Condition Report

| April 28, 2015

The cool, wet weather limited planting progress in many areas of the state, and progress is well behind last year as well as the five year average pace.

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Interviews from the 87th Missouri State FFA Convention

| April 27, 2015

During the most recent State FFA Convention, Some Interviews were conducted by area FFA students, speaking with other students about their experiences at the convention in Columbia.

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KMZU’s FFA Day

| April 27, 2015

The 87th Missouri State FFA Convention was full of award winning students from the area and with the importance of youth in agriculture, KMZU recognizes the hard work in the students successes.

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