2018 Schedule

 April

 

MU Extension Nutritionist, Stephanie Johnson, will join our group from 10-2 on:                                                                           

April 11th: Fruit Experiment Station
9740 Red Spring Rd, Mountain Grove, MO 65711

Come to learn about inflammation reducing foods, and ways your diet can impact your mood. In addition to sharing research based information on the best way to fuel your family's body, we will also will share samples of recommended recipes over lunch. Please RSVP by clicking: TAKE TIME TO BALANCE YOUR DIET or call 417-847-3161.

 

Women In Dairy - Visiting the Foster Dairy to learn about Robotics in Dairy

 

 

PAST MEETINGS -

February 14th:
ABC's of USDA programs


Do you get confused by all the acronyms when you walk through the USDA door? 
Join us at this meeting where you can learn all the "alphabet soup" of USDA offerings

Greene Co. Extension office
2400 S Scenic Ave, Springfield, MO 65807

 

 

January

Visit us at the Heart of America Dairy Expo Friday, 19Jan @ 11am
How to have a SUCCESSFUL social media presence

Presented by Sami Jo Freeman, Communications splst for MO dpmt of Agriculture
SEE THE PRESENTATION

Addtitional recommended reading:
http://www.toprankblog.com/2017/05/successful-social-media-marketing-strategy/
http://www.jeffbullas.com/5-essential-steps-to-success-in-social-media-marketing/

 

December -
What a great time - Wreath Making!


 

2017 Dairy Science meetings

Click to download the poster pdf

WID - In the News

Dairy Farmer carries on family tradition
Only 1% of nation's dairy farms are run by women

Dairy farmer carries on family tradition

Only 1 percent of nation’s dairy farms are run by women

- See more at: https://www.morningagclips.com/dairy-farmer-carries-on-family-tradition/#sthash.9wg4xX5i.dpuf

https://www.morningagclips.com/dairy-farmer-carries-on-family-tradition/

Gunters adapt dairy farm until the cows come home
Webster County family defies dairy trends and expands.

http://www.dairyherd.com/news/industry/missouri-farm-family-defies-dairy-trends-and-expands