Growing Local Food Economies Workshop on February 21st in Springfield, MO

The cost is $25 and to register, please visit https://extension2.missouri.edu/events/growing-local-food-economies-good-food-good-business!

 

MU Extension Hay Workshop on February 21st in Lamar, MO

The cost is $35/person or $60/couple and you must register by February 18th! Contact the Barton County Extension Office at 417-682-3579 for more information or to register!

 

Missouri's Complex Fence Law Workshop on February 21st in El Dorado Springs, MO

The cost is $15/person and you must register by February 19th! For more information or to register, contact the Cedar County Extension Office at 417-276-3313!

 

35th Annual Spring Forage Conference on February 26th in Springfield, MO

To register go to www.springforageconference.com or call 417-532-6305 ext.3!

 

MU Extension ReproGene Workshop rescheduled for March 4th in Neavada, MO

The cost is $25/person if you register by February 26th or $35/person at the door on the day of! For more information or to register, contact the Cedar County MU Extension Office at 417-276-3313!

 

Farmers' Market Manager Training on March 8th in Springfield, MO

For more information and registration, go to http://missourienterprise.org/events!

 

Novel Tall Fescue Renovation Workshop on March 18th in Mt.Vernon, MO

Advance registration is $70/individual or $100/couple and is due by March 8th! Registration at the door is $85/individual or $120/couple! For more information and registration, contact Jendel Wolfe at 417-466-2148 or wolfejl@missouri.edu!

Master Gardener Core Training

 

FREE Pesticide Collection Event on May 18th in Mt.Vernon, MO

 

Fall and Winter Grazing Options Following a Drought

Need more information on Fall and Winter Grazing Options? Click the link below!

Fall and Winter Grazing Options Handout (PDF)

 

Truman learns about Extension

Ever wonder why the University of Missouri Extension was established?

https://youtu.be/oDbjJOQY9Yc

Don't guess . . . test!

Soil Testing 

Soil tests are essential for productive gardens and fields.     
Fee: $20.00 per soil sample

Hay Testing

Do you know the nutrient value of your hay or are you just guessing? Knowing the nutrient value of your hay supply allows producers to make informed decisions on how much supplemental feed is necessary to meet the nutritional needs of your animals.

Fee: begins at $25.00 per sample for basic hay test.

 

 

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