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The Missouri Department of Agriculture and Missouri State Veterinarian Steve Strubberg announce updated biosecurity protocols for dairy cattle exhibiting at the 2024 Missouri State Fair, scheduled for Aug. 8 through 18 in Sedalia. more
Heritage Tractor, a local John Deere dealership with 21 locations in eastern Kansas, western Missouri and northern Arkansas, plans to donate to 21 different charitable organizations during its summer Traveling Tractor Tour. more
Fulton County Fair officials in Salem, Ark., have announced a new time for their Junior Livestock Auction. more
Grayson Hale, a member of the West Plains FFA Chapter, and Connor Clay, Alton FFA, were selected to be among 100 high school sophomores from across Missouri to complete the 12th annual Helping Youth Maximize their agriculture experience (HYMAX) FFA Academy June 14 through 16 at Camp Rising Sun in Kaiser, Miller County. more
Through a mail and electronic ballot, the stockholders of FCS Financial elected three directors who will be installed during the June board of directors meeting, officials announced this week. more
State Representative Travis Smith of Dora, a Republican representing House District 155 currently campaigning for the 33rd District seat held by retiring Sen. Karla Eslinger, announces he has received the endorsement of the Missouri Cattlemen's Association, a grassroots organization dedicated to promoting and protecting the beef-producing industry since January 1911. more
MFA Oil Company, a farmer-owned energy cooperative, announces its 10th annual Charity Golf Scramble and Concert raised $150,000 in donations for Feeding Missouri to provide hunger relief across the Show-Me State. Over 240 golfers attended the event, which was held on June 3 at The Club at Old Hawthorne in Columbia. more
Most of Missouri has transitioned out of drought conditions for now, said University of Missouri Extension state climatologist Zack Leasor. more
A fundraiser benefit to help pay for a child’s cancer treatment will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. June 19 at the Alton Fire Department, with giveaway drawings, craft and bake sales and face-painting. more
Beautifying county fairgrounds, painting bleachers and picnic tables, and community park improvements are a few of the community projects that 4-H and FFA youth will be doing this summer as recipients of a Shaping Rural Missouri Grant from FCS Financial. more
Long before plug-in air fresheners and scented candles, people used plants to make their homes more livable by masking unpleasant odors. more
The Missouri 4-H Foundation marks its 75th anniversary this year with plans to highlight impacts from decades of dedication to nurturing young leaders and fostering community development across the state. more
A nutrition program aimed at helping low-income senior citizens have access to fresh fruits and vegetables will be offered in June. more
The Ozarks Small Business Incubator’s EPIC: Nurturing Growth in Agriculture event held May 2 to celebrate annual National Small Business Week drew about 70 area residents. more
As public awareness grows about the harmful effects of invasive plants, the Missouri Invasive Plant Council (MoIP) seeks to recognize individuals and groups performing outstanding work detecting and controlling invasive plant species in Missouri with its Invasive Plant Action Award Program. MoIP is accepting award nominations through June 15. more
The 15th annual Focus on Missouri Agriculture photo contest hosted by the Missouri Department of Agriculture is underway. Submissions are due June 7. more
The Missouri FFA Association awarded the West Plains FFA Chapter a Gold Emblem and a Top Chapter Award once again during the 96th annual state convention held April 17 through 19 in Columbia. West Plains placed 16th out of 362 chapters. Only 10% of state chapters receive a top chapter designation annually, officials pointed out. more
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