Disaster Assessment for Businesses - FEMA Resources

Saline County can now receive FEMA Disaster Funds - intended for business owners, individuals, or families throughout the county affected by our flooding. Businesses are highly encouraged to fill out the Disaster Assessment for Missouri Businesses (email to Mary Rajek at Mary.Rajek@ded.mo.gov or bring into the Extension Office).

FEMA Resources

Disaster Assessment for Missouri Businesses

Disaster Recovery Information

 

 

Resources to Help with Flood Recovery

Flood Recovery info

Top 10 Questions about Forages after the 2019 Flood

Possible Alternative Crops for Late Planting Situations

Missouri Farm Bureau Flood Rescources

Secretary Perdue on Disaster and Trade-Related Assistance

 

Vegetable Planting Guide

MU publication G6201

 

Japanese Beetle Control

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How to Deal with Severe Weather in Your Area

Floods

Tornadoes

 

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2018 Cash Rental Rates

Missouri Fencing and Boundary Laws

November 2018 Negotiation Farmland Lease Rates;/

 

 

 

Search for Missouri Century Farms Continues - Forms Are Available Now!!!

If your farm has been in your family for 100 consecutive years or more as of Dec. 31, 2019, you can apply to have it recognized as a Missouri Century Farm.

To qualify, farms must meet the following guidelines: The same family must have owned the farm for 100 consecutive years. The line of ownership from the original settler or buyer may be through children, grandchildren, siblings, and nephews or nieces, including through marriage or adoption. The farm must be at least 40 acres of the original land acquisition and make a financial contribution to the overall farm income.

“It is important to honor and respect our history,” said Dr. Marshall Stewart, director, University of Missouri Extension. “These farms represent both Missouri’s cultural heritage and the good stewardship that our farmers strive for.”

In 2008, the Missouri Farm Bureau joined MU Extension and the MU College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources as a program sponsor.

“Missouri Farm Bureau is a proud partner in the recognition of century farms,” said Blake Hurst, president. “We applaud the hard-working farm families that have kept us fed and clothed for generations. They represent an important part of our heritage and laid a foundation for the bounty Americans enjoy every day.”

Applicants certified as owners of a 2019 Missouri Century Farm will be recognized by the MU Extension center in the county where the farm is located. Applicants are presented with a sign and a certificate.

Since Missouri began the program in 1976, more than 8,000 century farms have been recognized.

For applications received by May 1, a $55 fee covers the cost of a certificate, farm sign and booklet for approved applicants. If the application is received between May 1 and May 15, the cost is $65. Applications must be postmarked by May 15, 2019, to be considered.

For application forms and information, call MU Extension Publications toll-free at 1-800-292-0969, contact your local MU Extension center or visit the program website at http://extension.missouri.edu/centuryfarm

 

 

 

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Focus on Kids

Saline County is not able to offer the Focus on Kids class until further notice. Please contact the Lafayette County Extension Office at (660) 584-3658.