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CATTLE AND HORSES IN THE HEAT

Summer temperatures can stress livestock as they try to keep cool. Dr. Cliff Miller with the Green Hills Veterinary Clinic says anything over 78 degrees, once you factor in humidity, can alter an animal’s metabolic rate and

MISSOURI CROP PROGRESS REPORT

Ideal temperatures and adequate rain is keeping crop growth moving along at a good pace. Temperatures last week averaged 80.5 degrees, 2.4 degrees above normal. Precipitation averaged 0.85 inch statewide, 0.03 inches above normal. There were 5.5

FARMERS HEAD TO SOY SCHOOL

The Missouri Soybean farmers Checkoff program provides funding for research and late last week Missouri Soybeans sponsored the Show-Me Soy School at Bay Farm Research Center in Columbia. Greg Luce, research director for Missouri Soybeans says the

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