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MU Collegiate at Ag Day

Breanne Brammer and Lydia Manson, University of Missouri Collegiate Farm Bureau officers, meet with Representative Sam Graves in Washington D.C. on National Ag Day, March 25. Breanne serves as president of the MU Collegiate Farm Bureau chapter. [Submitted Photo]

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North Daviess FFA Stays Busy

The North Daviess FFA has been busy these last few weeks. On March 12 Jacob Loftin competed in the FFA Creed Speaking contest. Joey Loftin served as an Area Voting Delegate and Brooke Dustman interviewed and was elected to the Area 2 officer team. She is the first Area Officer from North Daviess in recent memory.

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Two from Knee-Hi Show at Milan

On March 22, 63 youth from 15 North Central Missouri counties including two Knee-Hi 4-H Club members from Daviess County, attended the Milan Showstock clinic hosted by the University of Missouri Extension at the North Missouri Livestock Auction-Milan. Speakers covered meat goats, market lambs, market swine, beef and bucket calves. Topics included: selection, showmanship, nutrition, housing, handling, health concerns and show ring ethics. Pictured left to right are Lane Dowell

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A Daffodil By Any Other Name Still Pops

by Tim Baker, Horticulture Specialist

One of the sure signs that winter is almost gone is found in those bright yellow flowers that pop up from the ground every spring. You see them all around town in people’s yards where they have been intentionally planted, and even along roadsides, where they have escaped cultivation years ago from some long-forgotten homestead.

But what are they called? Their most common name is

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FSA Celebrates American Agriculture Producers

On National Ag Day, March 25

Daviess County USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director Kirby Payne encourages everyone to take a moment to appreciate the hard working farmers and ranchers in Missouri on March 25, National Ag Day. This year’s theme is “Agriculture: 365 Sunrises and 7 Billion Mouths to Feed.”

USDA is proud to stand behind the producers who rise before dawn 365 days a year in order

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North Daviess Has Best Day Yet

The North Daviess FFA capped off another busy week March 7-8. At Brunswick the Livestock, Floriculture and Horse judging teams competed. All students had a great day individually with the highlight being Brooke Dustman’s high score in oral reasoning.

The following day R-3 students went to the University of Missouri at Columbia for the Annual Judging/Grading Clinic. North Daviess FFA had their best team effort yet tying for first in

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NCMC Students Participate in National PAS Conference

NCMC students participating in a national ag conference are pictured, left to right are, front row, Jacob Roth and Lane Aldrich; back row, Shelby Lowrey, Megan Beck, Sara Miles, and Britney Adam. [Submitted Photo]

Six agriculture students from North Central Missouri College in Trenton, including Megan Beck of Gallatin, participated in the National Postsecondary Agriculture Student (PAS) Organization Conference March 12-15. Megan earned recognition as a national finalist in a

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Springtime: Master Gardeners to Meet

by Tim Baker, regional horticulturalist

We’ve seen some pretty cold temperatures this past winter, and I’m ready to see the mercury moderating a bit. About this time of the year, I start having hopeful anticipation of the nice, warm, sunny spring days ahead. And for many of us, that means gardening activities are already on our horizons.

It also means, for those of us in Extension, that it is time,

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Learn All About Pests at Workshop in Jamesport

University of Missouri Extension will be holding an Integrated Pest Management workshop and update at the North Missouri Produce Auction in Jamesport on Tuesday, Feb. 25, starting at 9:30 a.m.

This meeting will update horticultural growers on new insects and diseases, disease prevention, food safety, and more.

For more information call 660-663-3232. Extension programs are open to all.

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