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On Saturday, July 8, people of all ages from near and far competed in the annual Halfway Antique-Farm Stock-Classic Tractor Pull at the Lions Club grounds. more
Most of Missouri is experiencing drought conditions, which have extended almost a full year, putting enormous pressure on cattle producers. University of Missouri Extension specialists have five top action items for producers to do now: more
See what’s going on in Polk County! Mark your calendars for these upcoming events. Some events may require registration or admission fees; please contact the organization for more details. more
Wild Carrot (Daucus carota), also known as Queen Anne’s Lace, is a biennial plant in the parsley family. It is often found growing in pastures, hayfields, along roadsides, and in abandoned areas this time of year. Wild carrot prefers well-drained to dry soils but can grow in most of our soil types here in Missouri. It is usually found in full sun to partially shaded areas. more
According to the Missouri Department of Agriculture, the Show-Me State is home to 95,000 farms that span almost 70% of the state’s land and produce a variety of commodities, including soybeans, corn and cattle. As stakeholders make management decisions and gauge the future of the agricultural economy, the University of Missouri’s Rural and Farm Finance Policy Analysis Center (RaFF) and Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute (FAPRI), in partnership with Farm Journal, have launched The Ag Economists’ Monthly Monitor survey — a valuable resource to empower stakeholders with timely insights about agricultural markets. more
Forage producers can convert tall fescue pastures to nontoxic novel-endophyte fescue without incurring the main expense usually associated with pasture renovation through mid-July. more
Morrisville FFA Chapter recently partnered with Agriculture Education on the Move™ (AEOTM) to help build agricultural literacy for local third-grade students this year at Morrisville Elementary. more
A new option for agricultural equipment is now available in Moberly. more
Come on down to the Polk County Fair, where people from all around the surrounding area will enjoy livestock shows, tractor pulls, auctions, contests, and so much more. more
The Polk County Fair’s Pie Contest will take place on Saturday, June 17. The pies will need to be delivered to the youth building at the Polk County Fairgrounds between 12 p.m. and 1 p.m., with judging to follow at 2 p.m. more
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