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Several power outages reported across Mid-Missouri; severe weather causing damage

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives is reporting power outages in several Mid-Missouri counties. Resident currently affected by outages are: Camden County - 977Benton County - 1,345Morgan County - 654Pettis County - 358Boone County - 1Miller County - 15Howard County - 1Cooper County - 3 Severe weather is reported in several counties currently The post Several power outages reported across Mid-Missouri; severe weather causing damage appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
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Lincoln, MOSedalia Democrat

DNR hosting free pesticide collection event

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources will host a free pesticide collection event from To noon, Saturday, June 5 at Producers Exchange No. 84, 21127 Highway 65 in Lincoln. The event is open to all Missouri farmers and households. To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, all participants are...

Hands-on farm experience

Bailey Marriott, center, answers questions posed by kindergarten students and allows them to pet a horse during a recent petting zoo organized at Rocking M Ranch near Stover. Animals on hand for the kindergarten class field trip were a mare and foal, two show steers, and a puppy. Joe and Stephanie Holsten brought in their daughter Emily’s bottle calf and the Homan family brought in goats and a pony. (submitted by Bailey Marriott)
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Stover Hatchery Awarded Honorary State FFA Degree

The Missouri FFA Association named Stover Hatchery an Honorary State FFA Degree recipient during the 93rd Missouri FFA Convention April 30 and May 1 in Sedalia. Stover Hatchery, owned by the Phillips Family, hatch Cornish-cross broiler chickens. They provide fertile hatching eggs for FFA programs. Stover Hatchery said they are proud to help educate younger generations about hatching chicks.
Morgan County,

Produce safety training offered to fruit and vegetable growers

Fruit and vegetable growers can meet training requirements of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Produce Safety Rule at an online training or an in-person workshop this month. The online workshop is offered as two half-day sessions, 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 18, and Tuesday, May 25. The in-person...
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Sedalia Area Farmer’s Market to Begin 13th Year on Friday, May 7

Locally grown vegetables, fruits, eggs, meats, homemade baked goods, a variety of ethnic foods, handmade soaps, and other products will be available as the Sedalia Area Farmers’ Market starts its thirteenth season in a new location. The market will open from 3 to 6 p.m. on Friday, May 7th, in the new Nucor Pavilion at the Missouri State Fairgrounds just across from Kehde’s BBQ.
Windsor, MOSedalia Democrat

Livestock market reports April 20

Windsor livestock auction market report for April 14. Receipts, 2,042 HD; 10% cows. Compared to last week, steers and heifers sold mostly $4 to $8 lower. Slaughter cows and bulls sold mostly $2 to $4 lower. Steers medium and large frame, 300 to 400 pounds, $180 to $216; 400 to...
Pettis County, MOKMZU

Prescribed Grazing: Advanced Management School

Landowners and livestock producers will learn more about enhancing their grazing management and view practices that are utilized by grazers to extend the grazing season and improve the productivity of their grazing systems. Topics discussed included pasture weed control, alternative forages, fescue stockpiling, soil health in forage systems, forage quality and supplementation and pasture/forage/range insurance. In addition, field and farm activities include pasture assessment, pasture allocation, body condition scoring, soil sampling, forage sampling and plant/wed identification.
Rocky Mount, MOKRMS Radio

Power Restored To Residents In Rocky Mount

Power is restored in Rocky Mount after a tree knocks down lines off W-12. Ameren officials started working on the issue 10PM Sunday evening and power was restored a little at 9AM Monday. At one time, more than 20 customers were without power.
Harrisonville, MOKMZU

Native Warm Season Grass Management Workshop- Harrisonville

With proper management, grassland pastures that provide high quality forage for livestock can also furnish good habitat for wildlife. Cattle producers can learn more about how the use of native warm-season grasses can benefit livestock and native wildlife. You may choose to attend at:. April 21, 2021 @. 29868 MO-5.

A lesson in grapes

Jesse Dale, of Dale Hollow Winery in Stover, center, speaks with Glenn White, left, and Dean Thieman Saturday, March 20 about techniques for properly pruning and tending grape vines. The pruning workshop is an annual event organized by Ozark Prairie Master Gardeners and other local horticulturists. The group partnered with the local Stover winery for the educational hands-on event. The Ozark Prairie Master Gardeners chapter is a University of Missouri Extension program in which the trained members enjoy learning and sharing with others on various levels ranging from hobbyist to professional. (photo by Sharon Tausch)
Windsor, MOSedalia Democrat

Livestock market reports April 6

Windsor livestock auction market report for March 31. Receipts, 2,306 HD; 12% cows. Compared to last week steers and heifers sold mostly steady. Slaughter cows and bulls sold mostly steady to $3 higher. Steers medium and large frame, 300 to 400 pounds, $180 to $203; 400 to 500 pounds, $170...
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Farmer’s Market 2021 Vendor Training Set

Current and prospective vendors are invited to the Sedalia Area Farmers’ Market vendor interest and food safety training to be held online at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 8. Due to the ongoing pandemic, the interactive training will be presented live via Zoom, with opportunities to ask questions, but will also be available for on-demand viewing. All vendors must attend and/or view the current training prior to selling at the market.