Photo by MDC Staff, courtesy Missouri Department of Conservation.  Noppadol Paothong
People in the Cameron area are very familiar with the sight of turkey vultures soaring in our summer sky. Turkey vultures (sometimes called buzzards) are nature’s garbage disposal. They feed almost exclusively on carrion. Contrary to common belief, they do not kill their prey. They do prefer...
Agriculture Page for June 25th PDF attachment
Ag page pdf attached 
My grand kids and I  have a tradition at my house of paddling around the edge of our pond in a pirouge.  All of them started when they were one year old or so. As they have grown, they have progressed from just setting between my knees and observing to now trying to catch bugs and frogs with their...
Osborn Livestock Market Report from June 12th
MU Extension helps with feed mill training COLUMBIA, Mo. – University of Missouri Extension, in cooperation with the Missouri Department of Agriculture, offers Missouri feed mill operators training to help them comply with federal Food Safety Modernization Act guidelines. MU Extension state swine...
Cutting waste is even more important during a pandemic, says MU food safety specialist. KANSAS CITY, Mo. – With the COVID-19 pandemic causing disruptions in the food supply chain, it’s more important than ever to reduce food waste, says a University of Missouri Extension food safety specialist. “In...
Show-Me-Select fall-calving heifer sale draws first-time buyers PALMYRA – The Northeast Missouri Show-Me-Select Bred Heifer Sale at Palmyra’s F&T Livestock Auction May 30 saw a large turnout and active bidding on most lots, according to University of Missouri Extension livestock specialist...
This orange goo is a fungus that can be found growing on trees and other plants. Photo courtesy Twitter user @swt_karoline.
Gooey, orange tree slime grows after wet, cool days COLUMBIA, Mo. – Some Missouri trees are producing a gooey, orange slime that seeps and grows. Bright orange tree slime brings wonder to the woods after cool, wet spring days, says University of Missouri Extension horticulturist Tamra Reall. This...


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