Tips to Reduce Metal Fatigue

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“You cannot prevent fatigue; we can only delay it.”

Biosecurity on the Farm

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If you have spent time in and around the agriculture business, chances are that you have heard the phrase “biosecurity” used before.

Keeping on Top of Records

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If your farm is more than just a hobby, you’ve probably been educated on the importance of record keeping. To prepare your income tax return, your tax professional will need a summary of income and expense; to evaluate the growth of your operation over a period of years, you will need accurate financial reports; and to plan for the transition of your farm to the next generation, you need reliable information to show your heirs what’s at stake.

Tick Season Tips

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Creepy crawlies are out in full force, and a mild winter has this tick season shaping up to be a real doozy. Doctors across the...

Planning for Fall Productivity

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Now is the time to think about establishing fall forages. That’s according to Tim Schnakenberg, University of Missouri Extension agronomy specialist for the Southwest Region, who says many pastures and hay fields in the region have not recovered from the droughts of 2011 and ’12. “In many cases we have plant material there, but it’s not necessarily productive plant material,” Schnakenberg told Ozarks Farm & Neighbor.

The Refi Dilemma

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Refinancing can be beneficial  Given the highly publicized info regarding “historically low” interest rates, the obvious question for many of us is “Should I refinance?” Clearly,...

Post Flooding Water Problems

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Water sources can become contaminated after prolonged flooding issues Flooding creates many problems for farmers and homeowners, one of which is water quality. Flooding can cause...

Cover Crops Serve Several Functions

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Organic crop farmers have traditionally relied on cover crops to address a number of resource concerns.

Local Views of NAIS

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Where do you stand on the NAIS issue?

Tailoring Your Grazing System

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“I wish I would have done this years ago,” was one of the many positive comments overheard recently at the Regional Intensive Grazing School hosted by the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), the University of Missouri Extension Office, and the Webster County Soil and Water Conservation District in Marshfield, Mo.

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