CAFNR alumni and friends gather at the Mizzou tailgate in Baton Rogue, Lousiana, prior to the MU vs. LSU game Oct. 1.
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.
The Peterson Farm Bros, a YouTube sensation, spoke and performed at the CAFNR Week Bonfire. The siblings farm together with their parents near Assaria, Kansas, and produce entertaining and educational videos about farming and agriculture as a whole.
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.
CAFNR True Tigers hosted their first meeting ever Sept. 14 at the Mizzou Student Center. This student group is made up of CAFNR students who are or become members of the Mizzou Alumni Association. Thirty-eight students attended the first meeting. Organizers hope the group will foster Mizzou pride and involvement while students are still on campus, rather than waiting until after graduation.
The Mizzou Ag Alumni Association hosted a booth at the CAFNR Fall Round-Up event Aug. 31, at the Bond Life Sciences Center Plaza. The event introduces new students to the many student clubs and organizations in the College. The focus of the Ag Alumni Association booth at this year's event was to promote the CAFNR True Tigers. Here Deanna Thies, ag teacher at Boonville High School and part of the Student Impact Committee for the Mizzou Ag Alumni Board of Directors, speaks to students.