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Showcasing Research

Wurdack Research Center Field Day centered on forages, livestock

The Wurdack Research Center Field Day featured numerous discussions centered on forages and livestock, and provided local farmers and producers with information to help them improve their farming operations. The event, which took place Friday, Oct. 4, included a free lunch that was sponsored by First Community National Bank (FCNB). The Field Day included several University of Missouri Extension specialists…

Interacting with Experts

Southwest Research Center Field Day offered opportunity to meet with MU faculty and experts, local businesses and organizations

The Southwest Research Center was packed with Field Day attendees and Career Exploration students, who each had the opportunity to meet with various University of Missouri faculty and experts, as well as local businesses and organizations. The event, which was held Thursday, Sept. 12, included more than 30 speakers, numerous activities and three afternoon educational tours. More than 1,500 local…

Fielding Questions

Forage Systems Research Center Field Day focused on beef cattle and forages

University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources’ researchers, MU Extension experts, and business owners answered numerous questions throughout the morning during the Forage Systems Research Center (FSRC) Field Day. The event, which took place Tuesday, Sept. 10, featured presentations on beef cattle and forages, as well as weather, industrial hemp and beekeeping. “It’s always great to see…

Interacting with Researchers

Fisher Delta Research Center Field Day featured presentations related to soybean, cotton and weeds

The tour wagons were packed throughout the morning, as guests enjoyed a variety of presentations related to soybean, cotton and weeds during the annual Fisher Delta Research Center Field Day. The event, which took place Friday, Aug. 30, featured more than 10 stops and allowed attendees to interact with numerous researchers. The Field Day included an honorary breakfast with several…

An Evening of Learning

Hundley-Whaley Research Center showcased various projects during Twilight Tour

The Hundley-Whaley Research Center showcased various presentations related to a variety of agricultural topics during its annual Twilight Tour on Tuesday, Aug. 27, at the Center in Albany. Precision agriculture, Japanese beetles and industrial hemp were just a few of the topics covered during the event. A meal followed the two tour options, one that featured agronomic crop decisions and…

A Perfect Morning for Presentations

Graves-Chapple Research Center showcased research during annual Field Day

Attendees of the Graves-Chapple Research Center Field Day had the opportunity to enjoy informational and educational presentations, as well as wonderful weather, during the event on Tuesday, Aug. 27. The Field Day focused on integrated pest management, crop management and technology in agriculture. Guests were treated to a free breakfast and lunch and heard from numerous University of Missouri College…

Important Interactions

Greenley Field Day featured discussions on beef, crops and integrated pest management

A wide variety of agriculture topics were presented on during the Greenley Research Center Field Day, which took place Tuesday, Aug. 6. Guests heard presentations related to beef, crops and integrated pest management. There were several new discussions during the event, including talks related to industrial hemp and precision agriculture. “We made sure to feature projects that our local farmers…

Wurdack Research Center Showcases Projects During Field Day

Field day focuses on forage management

The Wurdack Research Center featured a variety of topics during its annual field day, which was held on Friday, Oct. 5, at the Center near Cook Station. A big focus of the presentations was on forage management. Along with the research presentations, attendees were served a free lunch, sponsored by First Community National Bank. “We had a great lineup of…

Noticing Signs of Stress

Good animal husbandry key to understanding animal needs

Good animal husbandry is having an understanding of what the animal needs on a day-to-day basis. For cattle, that can mean finding ways to reduce stress, such as good forage, easily accessible and clean water, and shade. Noticing signs of stress can be extremely important for cattle owners, as those signs can be the beginning of a much bigger problem,…

Diverse Research Highlighted Thompson Field Day

MU Division of Animal Sciences showcased strong research, programs during Thompson Research Center field day

The University of Missouri Division of Animal Sciences showcased its diverse research and strong graduate student programs during the Thompson Research Center field day, which was held on Monday, Sept. 17. The presentations throughout the evening were primarily led by graduate students, each of whom shared their research and work. “At the Thompson Research Center, we have a great opportunity…