Midwest House and Senate lawmakers say it’s time to finally fund locks modernization on the Upper Mississippi and Illinois Rivers was first authorized a decade ago. Lawmakers from Illinois, Iowa, Missouri and Wisconsin have written House and
University of Missouri Extension will partner with an area veterinarian to provide tests and exams for bulls ahead of breeding season. Regional Livestock Specialist Patrick Davis says clinics will take place April 23rd and 25th at the
Implementation of the new Farm Bill factors into this year’s baseline outlook from the University of Missouri’s Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute. Director Pat Westhoff says with new signup periods approaching, FAPRI predicts a noticeable change
A symposium Wednesday hosted by the University of Missouri will provide the latest findings on research undertaken in the state on soybeans. Greg Luce, research director with Missouri Soybeans, says the symposium will show how university researchers
A new premium contest for 4-H and FFA Exhibitors at the Missouri State Fair will showcase the future of the state’s dairy industry. The fair will debut a dairy steer show the afternoon of Thursday, August 15th.
USDA’s Rural Development Agency has announced the awarding of a significant loan for a group of electric cooperatives in Missouri to upgrade their electric systems. The Central Electric Power Cooperative will receive a $72 million loan to
The U.S. is seeking to impose tariffs on another 11 billion dollars’ worth of goods from Europe, but this time they’re seeking the blessing of the World Trade Organization. The BBC reports that’s because the tariffs are
Farm income is expected to increase slightly over the next decade, according to baseline projections released Monday afternoon by the University of Missouri’s Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute.
A pair of singer-songwriters will take to the Pepsi Grandstand Stage on August 14th, during the Missouri State Fair. Director Mark Wolfe announced Monday that Tyler Childers (pictured) will headline the Wednesday evening concert, with Brent Cobb
It’s another damp start to the planting season, but corn appears to already have improved on last year’s string of troublesome conditions. The weekly USDA Crop Progress report indicates that two percent of Missouri’s corn crop is