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2014/04/21 17:02
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... Jack Horner sat in a corner, Eating a Christmas pie; He put in his thumb, And pulled out a plum, And said, “What a good boy am I!” Like the nursery rhyme character, Missouri lawmakers...
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2014/04/19 03:57
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Missouri’s Secretary of State is making a splash about a drop in the state budget bucket, drained by House Republicans. Jason Kander is upset with the Missouri House of Representatives vote to strip...
2014/04/18 17:20
2014/04/18 17:20
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Strong cattle prices open door to performing management practices Spring and summer weather may be unpredictable but everything else associated with beef cattle production looks optimistic for 2014...
2014/04/17 22:57
2014/04/17 22:57
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A shot of cold air this week is taking a toll on the fruit crop across the Ozarks. At Sunshine Valley Farm east of Springfield, they're busy taking care of the apple trees, but there's nothing they...
2014/04/17 20:22
2014/04/17 20:22
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NEWS RELEASE FROM THE MISSOURI EXTENSION OFFICE Wait 3 to 5 Days Before Assessing Freeze Damage LAMAR, Mo. –Wheat in the jointing stage becomes sensitive to freeze damage at 26 to 27 degrees...
2014/04/17 17:02
2014/04/17 17:02
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Providing locally produced food to Missouri students is a good idea. The good idea was implemented in Missouri in 2010. Now a Missouri lawmaker believes he can make it better. We don’t necessarily...
2014/04/17 16:32
2014/04/17 16:32
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January gave the windiest start of the year to Missouri in almost 30 years. “Those who think winds are chillier than usual are right,” said Pat Guinan, state climatologist with the University of...
2014/04/17 16:32
2014/04/17 16:32
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The lamb forgot to show up in March, which followed the long-term trend of cool weather and was on the heels of Missouri’s 10th coldest winter on record. By Debbie Johnson, Special to the Rolla Daily...
2014/04/11 21:23
2014/04/11 21:23
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COLUMBIA - A swine virus spreading throughout the US is causing the price of pork to rise. The Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus, which was first recognized in England in 1971, came to the US in May of...
2014/04/11 21:19
2014/04/11 21:19
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Pork producers step up biosecurity Missouri pork producers are stepping up biosecurity measures to keep the porcine epidemic disease virus, or PEDv, from spreading. University of Missouri Extension...
2014/04/11 16:19
2014/04/11 16:19
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Prices at bull sale follow trends, shatter previous records The 83rd Southwest Missouri Beef Cattle Improvement Association’s bull sale March 31 at Springfield Livestock Marketing Center followed the...
2014/04/10 18:22
2014/04/10 18:22
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NEWS RELEASE FROM THE University of Missouri Extension OFFICE Careless Mowing and Weed Trimming Can Cause Trees to Die a Slow Death SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Homeowners might be their trees’ worst enemy...
2014/04/10 05:57
2014/04/10 05:57
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It something most farmers would like to forget, but the drought of 2012 is impossible for most to put out of their minds. Just ask Rick Davis; his family farm took a huge hit. "We lost 11 head within...
2014/04/10 04:57
2014/04/10 04:57
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... Farm Bill offers help to farmers hit by drought The 2014 Farm Bill allows farmers to recoup some losses incurred during the 2012 drought. The University of Missouri Extension is making it easier...
2014/04/07 15:43
2014/04/07 15:43
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NEWS RELEASE FROM THE MISSOURI EXTENSION OFFICE Master Gardener Helpline CARTHAGE, Mo. – Do you have a problem with your lawn or garden and don't know where to turn for help? Then contact the...
2014/04/05 16:32
2014/04/05 16:32
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There are three open seats on the Rolla Rural Fire Protection District Board of Directors in Tuesday’s municipal election, and six people are vying for the spots. Lenox Jones, Douglas Gall, Ray Cook,...
2014/04/04 23:20
2014/04/04 23:20
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Controlled burn on pasture grass jump-starts grazing for cow herds A blackened pasture warms faster on a cold spring day. That starts early grass growth. “Fire is the most underused grass management...
2014/04/04 18:19
2014/04/04 18:19
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Delayed 2012 drought-loss aid on the way Farmers who lost forages or livestock in the drought of 2012 should prepare to document those losses. The 2014 farm bill includes livestock disaster aid going...
2014/04/04 17:19
2014/04/04 17:19
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Feed delivery trucks need biosecurity to control PEDv University of Missouri Extension swine nutrition specialist Marcia Shannon advises pork producers to take extra precautions with feed and...
2014/04/02 00:40
2014/04/02 00:40
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The city of Chillicothe began its fiscal year today (April 1) with a budget that was formally approved by the city council following a public hearing Monday evening at City Hall. The budget calls for...
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