Serving all of Missouri
$1 billion +
annual impact of agriculture and environment programs
for extension and education across the state to extend MU expertise to the community
Animal Health & Production
- Animal diseases & pests
Plant Production & Technology
- Field & forage crops
- Commercial & consumer horticulture
- Weeds, insects & pathogens
- Soil & water
- Agricultural engineering
Agricultural Business & Policy
- Agricultural business management
- Policies & taxes
- Marketing & risk management
- Value-added agriculture
- Forest ecology & management
- Wildlife ecology & management
- Weather & climate
Jefferson Farm and Garden Extension and Education Center
Jefferson Farm and Garden is a 67-acre educational farm designed to engage the community in experiences about food and agriculture. Visitors learn about common Missouri crops, pollinator habitats, water and energy conservation initiatives and experience hands-on interactions with livestock, and a display of over 100 different plants and trees grown in Missouri.
Wurdack Extension and Education Center
Nestled along the Meramec River near Cook Station in the northeast Ozarks, this Center conducts demonstrations and research in integrated livestock, forages, forestry, agroforestry and wildlife management practices that are economically viable, environmentally sound for the Ozark Region of Missouri.
Hundley-Whaley Extension and Education Center
Projects at this Center focus on the best management practices and economics for corn and soybeans. The property is noted for excellence in pesticide evaluations and comparisons. Projects with a regenerative agriculture focus are emphasized.
Graves-Chapple Extension and Education Center
Located near Rock Port near the Loess Hills, this Center’s mission is to provide research and teaching in the specific soil and climatic conditions of extreme northwest Missouri.