Tug-of-war was a popular new addition to the 10th Missouri Chestnut Roast Saturday, Oct. 8, at the Horticulture and Agroforestry Research Center, New Franklin.
Gregory Ormsby Mori, education and outreach coordinator, department of forestry, talks to attendees of the Wurdack Research Center Field Day, which took place Friday, Oct. 7, in Cook Station. Guests heard educational presentations throughout the day.
Kids loved practicing cow roping at the 10th South Farm Showcase, Oct. 1, at South Farm Research Center.
Amy Dooley, director of Jefferson Farm and Garden, speaks to attendees of the farm's grand opening, which was held before South Farm Showcase Oct. 1. This is the second year activities at Jefferson have been part of Showcase.
CAFNR Ambassadors helped out at the CAFNR Family Breakfast, Saturday, Sept. 24, at Eckles Hall.
Thompson Research Center Superintendent Rodney Geisert talks to attendees of the Thompson Research Center Field Day, which took place Tuesday, Sept. 20, in Spickard.
The CAFNR Week Bonfire brought CAFNR students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends out to beautiful Bradford Research Center Sept. 18 for pumpkin painting, washer's tournament, roasted hot dogs and marshmallows, and hay rides. The MU Ag Alumni Association hosts the bonfire as a kick-off to CAFNR Week each fall.
Vice Chancellor and Dean Tom Payne speaks to the crowd at the Steak Fry, following the Tiger Ag Classic Golf Tournament Sept. 16.
Raymond James Financial of Columbia had the winning team in the Championship Flight at the 2016 Tiger Ag Classic golf tournament, held Sept. 16, at Lake of the Woods Golf Course in Columbia. Pictured here representing the winning team are Rob Rush and Brent Marcks. The tournament raised more than $20,000.
Aaron Palmer, farm worker at FSRC, talks to attendees of the Forage Systems Research Center Field Day, which took place Tuesday, Sept. 13, in Linneus. Nearly 400 guests attended the event.
An attendee of the Southwest Research Field Day enjoys the fistulated cow. The event took place Saturday, Sept. 10, in Mt. Vernon. Nearly 400 guests attended.
The 12th annual Tomato Festival took place Thursday, Sept. 1, at the Bradford Research Center in Columbia. More than 1,000 guests attended the event.
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